Greyhound Cafe Thailand's Greyhound Cafe Launches First Restaurant In Europe
37 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NB
Opens
Now
Open
Budget
Happily Affordable ££
Type of Venue

What they say:

After opening 17 successful branches across South East Asia, Thai restaurant chain Greyhound Cafe brings its authentic and ever so chic dishes to Europe for the first time. Established as a menswear brand in the 80s, Greyhound developed into restaurants in the late 90s. However, style has remained its primary MO as everything from the dishes to the staff uniforms are the epitome of couture. 

Along with a menu that pays homage to traditional Thai cooking, the Greyhound Cafe also brings with it a selection of craft beers from the Full Moon Brew Works in Phuket, and a range of refreshing cocktails. 

What we say:

Spread over two floors, this new addition to the Fitzrovia dining scene might be the most stylish yet. Mixing traditional Thai cuisine with an elegant couture aesthetic, the Greyhound Cafe has become one of South East Asia's coolest restaurant brands. With a cool, laid-back atmosphere and delicious food, this forthcoming location will be the first Greyhound Cafe in Europe.  

The menu boasts authentic Thai cuisine with a modern European twist - Thai-spiced pork knuckle, "angry" seafood and chilli pasta, while the drink choices with include Thai craft beers and solid selection of refreshing cocktails.