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Thai Pot

Restaurants Covent Garden
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

This Covent Garden Thai restaurant has been going for more than 20 years. During that time it's garnered a bit of a reputation for serving inexpensive Thai food from its venue right behind the National Opera House. 

The food menu features plenty of well-known Thai dishes, with green, red and massaman curries alongside Thai salads, tom yum soups, pad Thai noodles and gai ta kai - a stir fry of chicken with blended lemongrass, ginger, garlic and fish sauce. Set menus are available, too. 

A short wine list focuses on the old world, with France featuring most. Half bottles are also available. Seven recognisable cocktails also feature, alongside two beers - one of which is Singha, from Thailand.



Address: 1 Bedfordbury
Transport: Tube: Leicester Square or Covent Garden
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4 out of 5 stars

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Recently visited this place for dinner, and it was really good food. Only 2/3 mins away from Trafalgar Square and Charing Cross station made it really easy to find and centrally located in a mostly expensive area. We hadn't booked, yet it was easy to find a table for 2 for dinner. The service was fast, efficient and really friendly. We both had Panang curry and shared a couple of different rices. The food came so fast, and the portions were really reasonable. Especially the rice, usually I find with Thai places - the rice portions are always pretty small, but I was pleasantly surprised! Would definitely go back!

I've eaten in this little Thai restaurant many times over the years. It's particularly handy if you are going to the theatre as the service is fast yet polite. Very well priced for central London and the food is excellent, especially given how quickly it can arrive if you are in a hurry. staff have always been polite and attentive. My only criticism is that they really can't make a champagne cocktail ;) - the ambience can sometimes feel a bit stark, especially if you are there early or there aren't many other customer but this is me really scraping for a fault now. I will happily come back here again and again

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