GRAB Thai Street Kitchen – Old Street

Just a few minutes away from Old Street tube station, down a small side street, is GRAB Thai Street Kitchen. GRAB opened its doors in the summer but it has taken me a few months to finally go visit.

Pu’s Brasserie – Holborn

Down a small side street off Lincoln Inn’s Field is this wonderful Thai restaurant. Pu’s Brasserie is a small, cosy, intimate kind of a restaurant. It doesn’t have a huge dining area so it would be better to make a reservation to¬†guarantee a table. The restaurant looked bigger due to a huge wall mirror.

Orkide – Stockholm (Sodermalm)

Orkide is a great Thai restaurant in lively Sodermalm. As you enter, they have the bar area and then the dining area is on either side.

Esarn Kheaw – Shepherd’s Bush

Thai cuisine is one that I am very fond of and I can never resist a good Thai meal. Unfortunately, Esarn Kheaw was a huge disappointment. Apart from the friendly staff, we really did not enjoy our meal and time at Esarn Kheaw.

Busaba Eathai – Bloomsbury

Busaba Eathai is one of those restaurants where it is like communal dining and you share your table with strangers. There are big wooden tables and long bench like seating. It has a warm decor and atmosphere created with the contrast of the wooden furniture and the orange lighting. The restaurant was decorated with tea lights and Buddha statues.

Reun Thai – Hammersmith

As soon as I entered Reun Thai, I was taken aback by the friendliness of the staff. It is quite a small restaurant and was decorated in earthy tones. The wooden chairs were comfortable as they had seat cushions.

Thai Pepper – Swiss Cottage

This is a cute Thai restaurant, which when you enter looks really small. We thought that it only had the four or so tables/booths. So we were surprised when we asked for a table, we were taken downstairs. I just assumed that the downstairs area would be the whole of the kitchen! On the lower…

Blue Elephant Royal Thai – Fulham Broadway

An amazing Thai restaurant located just by Fulham Broadway tube. As we entered, we were welcomed by the friendly staff. They showed us to the really nice Blue Bar area where we could wait for the rest of our friends to arrive. What is striking straightaway is the oasis that surrounded us. A little river flowing through the restaurant, wooden bridges, lots of greenery, makes you forget that you are in a restaurant in London.

Thai Square – South Kensington

Quite a small intimate Thai restaurant which can get busy at lunchtimes. As the seating area is small, the wooden tables are close together. They do have additional seating upstairs.