Food was absolutely delicious with an excellent menu to choose from. My friend and I sat outside and serving staff were attentive and helpful. We took advantage of the special offer, as well as a bottle of wine (which was priced very reasonably). Couldn't believe the total cost when the bill arrived- truly excellent value for the best Thai meal I have had outside of Asia.
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Thai cuisine fused with the very best of pan-Asia. Chaijunt is a dynamic venue situated in the heart of Soho.
Chaijunt offers daily specials including the 'Chaijunt Coconut Beef' and 'ChuChi Seabass', both of which have already developed an enthusiastic following.
Chaijunt's specialties however are its noodle dishes. Notable among them are the Ribbon Noodles, the Rad Nhaa (Thai Ho Fun in an aromatic gravy sauce), it's Vietnamese influenced Pho noodle soup and the Malay Nasi Goreng. Updated continuously, Chaijunt celebrates spice with its large selection of curries. From the staple Keaw Whan (Green Curry) to the Persian influenced Massaman.
Bright and breezy and located on the ever quirky and eclectic Brewer Street (in between Piccadilly Circus and Wardour Street) Chaijunt is ideal for a quick noodle soup lunch or a more intimate a la carte dinner.
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Having been based in London for the past two years I've noticed a distinct lack of decent, and more importantly, authentic Thai restaurants. So far the only two that have stood out have been Busaba and Patara for their cuisine and value for money. We can now however add Chaijunt to that list. It gets the little things right, from the rich texture of the green curry to the creamy but not too oily coconut beef. It seems that Soho is becoming a bit of hub for Thai food, and Chaijunt has certainly emerged at the top of that niche pyramid.