P’Nut Street Noodles opens restaurant in Penrith

This is the chain’s 12th location.

P’Nut Street Noodles announced the opening of its latest restaurant in Penrith, the Asian street food chain’s 12th location.

Situated within a complex in Batt Street Penrith, the Thai-inspired restaurant features its very own traditional Tuk Tuk and a new fitout.

“We have a lot of customers from Penrith already visiting us in our Rousehill and Norwest stores asking us to open in Penrith, we were just looking for the right place,” P’Nut Street Noodles general manager Petra Orrenius said.

P’Nut offers a range of Asian fusion dishes, including street style noodles, soups and salads.

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