Located just minutes from Notting Hill station, ULI is a firm favourite for Thai bites, from noodles to aromatic curries and fresh salads. Serving up a menu filled with seafood, meat and veggie dishes, you'll find something for every diet, as well as, charming interiors and a cosy vibe.
Thai Restaurants in London
Eastern, eccentric and a spice-proud party on your palate, the draw of Thai cuisine is strong in London, so where are these promising plates hiding? From illicit restaurants and charming cocktail bars, to fine dining and local chains, our city is a haven for Asian food, and this list is here to prove it. Explore out guide to the best Thai restaurants in London and get feasting.
Looking for Thai delicacies in Fitzrovia? Check out Crazy Bear, a high-end Asian fusion restaurant that serves up authentic tom kha hed, featherback Thai fishcakes, chicken wings with spicy dipping sauce and a wide variety of curries that are packed with flavour.
With a menu featuring traditional Thai dishes and twists on classics, this West End favourite is a hit with lovers of authentic Asian eats and modern dishes. Split over two floors, you'll find charming interiors, cosy seating and a striking open kitchen.
Nestled in Stratford, the Asian-inspired Chop Shop is bringing authentic cuisine from China, Thailand, Vietnam and more to the London masses, along with a refreshingly quirky drinks menu, with highlights including watermelon, coconut rum and lychee summer punch and bang bang gin.
This unique eatery offers some of Stoke Newington's best Asian cuisine. Set over three floors, with space for 360 diners, and a private hire room in the basement, Yum Yum Thai also offers a Sunday to Friday happy hour deal to accompany their plates of authentic eating.
With dishes such as Salmon Red Curry, Beef Massaman and Pad Thai, Rosa's - found across London - serves up an incredible mix of Thai food. The tiny little restaurant also has bags of character and charm, perfect for date-night dinner and cocktails.
This restaurant is nestled in the heart of Belgravia, serving innovative takes on traditional plates straight from its home in Bangkok. From MasterChef appearances to JK Rowling's mention in The Silkworm, Mango Tree has earned its place as a firm favourite in the capital.
Krua by Nathong brings the tastes of Thailand to London, with a variety of delicacies inspired by the original restaurant of the same name back in Bangkok. Signature dishes include the crying tiger sirloin steak, marinated duck breast, dried freshwater prawn red curry and cheu-chee salmon.
Inamo is an innovative dinning experience and the first ever interactive ordering system right at your table. Not only that, but they serve dishes that take inspiration from Japan, China, Thailand, Korea and beyond, served as unique tapas-style sharing plates.