Busaba Eathai


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Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Busaba Eathai 106-110 Wardour Street
    W1F 0TR

  • Venue phone:

    020 7255 8686

  • Venue website:


  • Opening hours:

    Meals served noon-11pm Mon-Thur; noon-11.30pm Fri and Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Leicester Square or Tottenham Court Road

  • Price:

    Main courses £9.50-£10.50

  • Map

    1. Busaba Eathai
      • 106-110 Wardour Street
        W1F 0TR
      • 020 7255 8686
      • www.busaba.com
      • 51.513775,-0.134031

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Average User Rating

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  • 2 star:1
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I went to the one on the Wardour Street. We waited 5 minutes for seat of two. When we got in, the seats were set as one big table with 10 people. It was terrible. You have to blend you arms and close/cross your legs tightly, just like a thief, in order to avoid touch with someone you do not know but sat next to you. The food was not too bad, but the environment let you want to leave as soon as possible.


If you want a quick thai meal this is the place to go. A variety of choices on the menu, great curries!


Busaba Eathai is a favourite eatery of mine, with its delicious meals, modest prices and central locations. It is a casual, informal place with communal tables, promising a relaxing atmosphere with candles, flowers and incense scent welcome you in. The menu is diverse enough. Food is both healthy and tasty, not a combination we see often! I would recommend chicken satay as a starter, char-grilled duck (or beef) or pad thai as a main course, and asparagus fried rice as a side dish. But the legendary food here for me is tom kha chicken, with lemongrass and coconut. Perfect for chilly winter weather! Busaba is known with its quick service and kind, friendly waiters with a smiling face. They don’t take bookings, so you have to queue in the evenings, but most of the time you are inside quickly. It does not come as a surprise that here is voted Londoner’s favourite restaurant by Time Out.


good food - duck massaman is tasty, rich and meaty. Coconut rapsberry water was lovely, if a little pricey. Great for a sociable, affordable meal however service is a little ropey when busy.