Busaba (it's the name of a Thai flower) Eathai (that part is self-explanatory) is a casual Thai eatery with ten branches across London, each favouring a diverse but simple menu and attracting a generally young clientele. Thai noodles, stir-frys, curries and salads are complemented by Asian-inspired juices and smoothies, and seating is at large, wooden communal tables. This branch in the heart of Covent Garden is, like its siblings, open from 12noon, and takeaway is available.
|Venue name:||Busaba Eathai||Contact:|
44 Floral Street
|Transport:||Tube: Covent Garden tube|
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Average User Rating
4.1 / 5
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The Thai calamari are delicious. Not too keen on the communal tables but usually get some peace and quiet upstairs when I want to have a business meeting.
Can't fault the food at Busaba and with 50% off courtesy of my Time Out card, it's always my first choice for a pre-theatre meal. It can get busy so you may need to wait for a table, but the service is really efficient so people are usually in and out quite quickly.
The interior of this restaurant is nice and cosy.
The cost is average for a central london.
The food is hot and tastes really good.
The service is exceptional, they tried to accommodate extra people and remembered all the additional orders we made later and everyone kept adding new items especially the food was very good. Moderately priced. And good food.
i always love busaba, great atmosphere, food amazing and friendly staff, definetely coming back soon
This place if full of ambiance, the buzz was fantastic! the service was fast and efficient, the food was as exotic and delicious as always, a can't miss experience!
the worst busaba eathai ever!!! i have been waiting for 30 mins, and no one is taking order!!! I am 500% certain the waiters/waitress and even the manager saw me calling them, but they all avoid us!!! all i could see, was staffs are telling each other which customers are leaving, IS CLEARING TABLE MORE IMPORTANT THAN TAKING ORDER