Ironically, this ThaiTanium takes silver, for being the second one submitted. Spotted in Naremburn NSW by Ben Pearce, it’s good enough to post again.
I reckon this restaurant, on Wentworth Street in Sydney NSW, is the best Thai in the world. I’ve been there too many times to count, but it only recently occurred to me that this is a rather subtle PSN, based on the former name of Thailand – Siam.
A new addition to our expansive collection of ‘wok-related’ PSNs. This one is pretty Wok ‘n’ Bowl, and was aptly spotted by Ben Pearce at the Soundwave Festival in Homebush Stadium NSW.
‘Wok’.. one of our most popular Pun Shop Name ingredients. Try typing ‘wok’ into the search bar at top right. Here we have Wok On, spotted by first time punster Mario Dreosti in Palm Cove QLD. Wok on!
All the way from Opelika, Alabama USA, comes this rockin’ PSN for a Chinese/Japanese/Thai (oh, and Southern American) Restaurant, spotted by punster extraordinaire, Marc Burns. It’s good.. but certainly not our first Wok/Roll combo.. click here for a few more.
There’s nothing more N’ Thai Sing than a good Pun Shop Name for a Thai Restaurant. This one was found by Joanne Oosterlee in The Entrance NSW, but you can find lots more here.
I’d say this was gold, but it’s Thaitanium, spotted in Queenstown, New Zealand by Jade Ramsey. Check out our enormous collection of Thai Restaurant PSNs here.
Thai One On, Tongue Thai’d, Thai Ranosaurus… the ever-growing list of classic Thai Restaurant Pun Shop Names has a new member, spotted at Maroubra Beach NSW. To see the full list of hilarious Thai PSNs, click here.
Blink and you’d miss this ThaiNY Thai restaurant in New York City. But our old friend and PSN spotter extraordinaire, Marc Burns, did not.
What else would you call a Thai Restaurant and Cocktail Bar? Spotted by first-time punter Laurie Geddes in Auckland NZ.
Why is it that Thai Restaurants have such great Pun Shop Names? This one is in Macquarie Park NSW. For more Thai Restaurants, click here, or check out the Thai Restaurants category in the right hand column.
If you’re near the beach and want want some Thai food, you’ll have to Wok on Water. But if you’re at Sydney Airport, you’ll need to Wok on Air.
I’m Thai-ing to remember a better Thai Pun Shop Name than this. I Thai and Thai and Thai. But no matter how hard I Thai… etc. Spotted by first time pun-ter, Simon Bloomfield on Harris St, Ultimo NSW.
Where would Jesus eat? From Janet O’Brien in Grange, South Australia (by the sea).