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London's best Thai restaurants

These mouth-watering Thai restaurants have a whole lot more to offer than a solid green curry

Tricia de Courcy Ling / Time Out

Explore regional specialities as well as a roll-call of classics at our pick of Thai restaurants. Do you agree with the choices? Use the comments box below or tweet your suggestions.

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Nigel M
Nigel M

The Thai Chef in Kenley (near Purley}. The food is 100% authentic and every dish on the menu is superb. The chef is a lady called Eid and she is a charming, wonderful lady.

Colin H
Colin H

Emchai in Barnet High Street. Love the butter prawns!! :)

tej
tej

should try reun thai on fulham palace road,, most authentic thai food i ever had.

Francesco
Francesco

I went to this Restaurant a couple of months ago and I am so happy I did. The fgnifiqueood was "Extraordinaire". I love Thai and unfortunately for various reasons I haven't been to a Thai restaurant for some time but Boy, this compensated for lost time! First they served Thai Chilli Rice Crackers (which were much more flavoursome than the usual Chinese ones) then we had a mixed platter for 2 as a starter plus 2 Pad Thai and a fried Tilapia. I always find something to say flavour wise regarding the food, but in this case the meal was spot on, service very friendly, everything was top notch. And to make things better there is a BYO policy and the delicious food was washed down with a nice bottle of Prosecco brought from home. One tiny criticism maybe was the waiting time and surrounding area outside, but who cares I come for food quality! If I want to please my visual senses, I would go to an Art Gallery! Notwithstanding that, the dish itself is a visual experience!

zcem
zcem

This is a pretty duff selection of Thai restaurants if you're after something vaguely authentic, although I totally agree with Nahm and Esarn Kheaw. Try Addie's or 101 Thai Kitchen, or The Heron for an authentic experience.

benjam
benjam

Hey! You guys should add Tong Kanom Thai. It's near Willesden Junction, on the Harrow Road and it is GREAT! But quite spicy. I've been there several times and it's very good value, plus I think it's BYO too. There's another one in Kilburn too but that's named after the owners son - it's called Alfie's.