9 Thai London Restaurants near Tottenham Court Road Tube Station view bookable view recommended
Banana Tree is a trendy Thai chain grown steadily over the last 20 years. ‘‘Tasty food at a reasonable price’’ is enough to keep punters queuing up, squeezing in & sharing tables. ‘‘Indochina’’ is the culinary inspiration & dishes from Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore and Thailand all make an appearance on the menu. Dishes include Mix Cracker Basket, Nyonya Achar, Aromatic Pho, Char Grilled Chicken Jawa, and Tamarind Spicy Aubergine. Desserts include Banana Frotiteroles, Coconut Stuffed Green Thai Pancakes. Other branches are at Angel, Bayswater, Clapham Junction, West Hampstead, Maida Vale.
A 2002 LondonEats.com Award Winner and 2001 Moet And Chandon Restaurant Award Nominee. Busaba Eathai is owned by Amin Ali of The Red Fort and Soho Spice and Alan Lau who founded Wagamama. The large tables which you share with strangers (or friends you don't know yet) is a similar format to Wagamama. The menu stretches beyond the norm and was based on dishes the Thai Royal Family used to eat. No bookings taken - just turn up.
Tucked away in Fitzrovia, recommended by the most renowned dining guides including Via Michelin and Hardens, the restaurant at Crazy Bear offers a sense of oriental spice with daring sophistication in both the cuisine and ambience. The extensive wine list offers a fine selection just waiting to be discovered, whilst the irresistible flavours of the food are as enticing and elegant as the decor. Downstairs, the Crazy Bear appeals to a variety of aesthetic tastes with leather walls and an art deco chandelier inspiring an environment that is truly unique, whilst the bar is commended for satisfying even the most demanding bon viveur. Combined with a smoking lounge for aficionados, the Crazy Bear makes any rendezvous just that little more intimate and imaginative.
Ideal for a working lunch or food en route to and from the theatre, this drop-in eatery in the heart of Soho buzzes with the atmosphere of its working community. In Thai-inspired surroundings, Thai Square Soho uses only the most authentic Thai ingredients, which are freshly flown in from Thailand every day. These are used to create the wide range of exquisite dishes served by the charming and attentive Thai staff. The appeal of Thai cuisine lies in the fresh flavours, not to mention the select dishes that are enhanced by the inclusion of chilli. Diners with a more European taste simply need to ask for their favourite dishes with a less spicy flavour and the staff will be happy to oblige.