415 George St. North in Peterborough, Ontario

705-743-8828

Experience The Best Thai
Cuisine In Peterborough

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Experience The Best Thai
Cuisine In Peterborough

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Experience The Best Thai
Cuisine In Peterborough

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Discover the Thai culinary delights at Real Thai Cuisine! Located at 415 George St., North in Peterborough, Ontario, formerly the iconic HiTops that was in business for over 100 years! This landmark location in downtown Peterborough was owned and operated for four generations by the Hum family, before the grand opening of Real Thai Cuisine 3 years ago.

Welcome To Paradise

Thailand is labeled “paradise” not only for its breathtaking beauty and inspiring culture, but also for its culinary brilliance. From adrenaline-rush Bangkok to serene seaside towns in the South and tranquil villages located along the Mekong River, Thai cuisine is as rich and diverse as its culture. Uniquely crafted to appeal to all tastes, Thai food combines the best flavours, textures, colours and presentations. Adding this to the country’s liberal supply of ancient cooking secrets and Thai hospitality, you’ll find a culinary treasure trove that offers an enriching and memorable dining experience.

Celebrating Our Local History

In 2013 the iconic hiTops sign in downtown Peterborough was removed and replaced with the new Real Thai Cuisine. hiTops had been a landmark of downtown Peterborough, locally owned and operated for four generations by the Hum family and in business for over 100 years. Committed to providing Peterborough with the finest and tastiest of combinations, excellent cuisine, friendly services and the best prices, hitops made it to #8 of 38 most nostalgic places in Peterborough making us very sentimental about having chosen this location for Real Thai Cuisine in this city we love.


Additional historical facts about our fine city

  • “The Electric City” derived from the long association with Canadian General Electric Corporation, Peterborough became the first city in Canada with electric street lighting on May 24th, 1884
  • In 1892 Peterborough showcased many innovative products, including streetcars. It was the site of some of the first hydro-electric generating plants in Canada along the Otonabee River.
  • Stompin’ Tom Connors got his name here for the way he pounded out the beat on the old wooden floors of the King George Hotel.
Peterborough is a beautiful place. Both visitors and residents enjoy the quality of life in this safe, secure environment. Celebrating its unique qualities blending the creative energy of a city in the pace of a rural community.

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