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Launched by Wagamama's Alan Yau, the Busaba (it's the name of a Thai flower) Eathai (that part is self-explanatory) chain has followed the former noodle bar's success. It focuses on a diverse but simple menu (stir-frys, salads, noodles, Thai curries) in a casual environment that attracts a largely young clientele. Asian-inspired juices and smoothies complement the food and seating is at large, wooden communal tables.
Venue name: Busaba Eathai
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Address: 358 King's Road
London
SW3 5UZ
Opening hours: noon-11pm Mon-Thur; noon-11.30pm Fri, Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Fulham Broadway tube

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2.7 / 5

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ari

Although the waitron who served us was a pleasure, the drink size, and food portions were for someone with a diminutive thirst and hunger. The drink was a small water glass size, and the chicken wings only consisted of the one thin bone of the each wing, and not the whole wing. On top of that the ice-cream only filled half a shot-glass. Ouch!!!!

sbu

Although the waitron who served us was a pleasure, the drink size, and food portions were for someone with a diminutive thirst and hunger. The drink was a small water glass size, and the chicken wings only consisted of the one thin bone of the each wing, and not the whole wing. On top of that the ice-cream only filled half a shot-glass. Ouch!!!!

Rodrigo Barroso

Really nice food, the duck is still really nice the last time one was there the duck was not that good thou.. the sauce was watered down... still recommend it the food is really nice and reasonably priced, The staff is always nice and friendly.