A BYOB Thai restaurant.
|Venue name:||Tong Kanom Thai||Contact:|
833 Harrow Road
|Transport:||Tube: Kensal Rise tube|
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Average User Rating
4.9 / 5
- 5 star:14
- 4 star:2
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:0
great place with very nice food. It feels as if you're in Thailand without the flight..it's BYO too!
At least once a week is a must!!! Withdrawals without it! The absolute best and BEER the owner is the coolest cat in town! X
I have eaten in many Thai restaurants in London and none can come remotely close to this place.ive eaten here with many friends and family over the years and haven't found a single person that can say anything negative about the food,very good value for money,would defiantly recommend it here
The best Thai in London!!! There is just no comparison!!!! Friendliest service!! Eat in or take away! Mmmmmmmmmmmm..................
I can't believe Time Out only gave 3 stars. I have been coming here for years, and I bring all my friends, and they bring all their friends. This is without a doubt the best Thai in London! I've been to Thailand 3 times, and this is delicious authentic home cooked cuisine. And it's affordable.
I went to this Restaurant last Thursday and I am so happy I did. The food 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!