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RRC was opened in September 2006 by Khun Chay who seels to establish a healthy way of eating Thai food which we aim to use no artifical colours or preservatives, while introducing more vegtables into the meals.

Venue name: RRC Thai Cafe
Contact:
Address: 36 Highgate Hill
London
N19 5NL
Price: £25 and under

Average User Rating

1 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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LiveReviews|4
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Helen M

My family and I have been customers here since it first opened in 2006.  The staff have always been most helpful, friendly, and passionate about the food.  The atmosphere here is always relaxed and welcoming. There is no doubt about the top quality and freshness of the food, as our Thai friends who have eaten with us here over the years can confirm!  Always a five-star experience!   I felt a need to reply, after reading the rude and abusive comments from Giles. An experience such as he reports does not warrant such a rant, referring to the staff as 'cretins' and 'morons' is unacceptable.   I am sure RRC is happy Giles will never return!  Who needs customers like him?!

Kaylee V

Great food! Excellent service!! The server was a young English man who took very great care of me! He suggested some the gang panang and it was awesome! I will definitely be coming back!

Sandra P

I've loved this restaurant for years. It's the best place for noodles with tofu I've tried in London. The people are incredibly friendly, the food is amazing, and there is no way they deserve anything less than five stars.

James S

This place is great. We've been getting thai food from this guy for years. Its always been right up to scratch - tasty and amazing value, especially for London. Where else can you get a belly full of authentic tasting thai food for £6? True the decor is not like 'old style' ancient thai palace, but if it was the food would be three times the price. Still, who's to say that its not authentic for a thai restaruant? Soft toys, wooden toys, plastic dragons, water falls, steam pools - i bet if you went to a restaurant in Bangkok it would be exactly the same. As for the lack of frtiendliness mentioned below by Giles - that guy is talking out of his arse. This place is incredibly friendly. The guy who runs it and his staff bend over backwards to offer a prompt friendly professional service. I reckon that guy Giles just gets offended if he's anywhere else than champneys getting his a hole waxed. 

So 5 stars from me! GIve it a go, you wont be disapointed!

David H

Visited with my wife and very much enjoyed the food. Looks like one gentleman had a bad experience, I agree the music isn't thai music which you would expect in a thai restaurant, however the service this time was very prompt and the atmosphere was very relaxing. We will consider coming again. 

Giles
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Without doubt the worst experience I've ever had in a restaurant in my life. Menacing, unfriendly staff. Terrible pan pipe pops music. Food, reasonably acceptable but arranged on plates as if a toddler had been invited to play at restaurants. Three staff ( in an otherwise empty restaurant- we'd only popped in there to see what the food was like while feeling charitably Xmassy) then proceed to talk about 'what did disease have you just had?' standing next to our table, leading to me stopping eating, paying for half the bill and leaving in some disgust. A bunch of cretins playing at restaurants who I will not allow to ruin my holidays and I can only hope a health inspector is on the way to shut the foul, malodorous morons down.