Yum Yum

Restaurants, Thai Stoke Newington
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A tasty Thai restaurant in Stokey that has a lot of traditional dark-wood decor and an extravagant entrance. If it's warm enough, you can have a drink in one of their outside Tiki-esque huts or ask to be seated at the sunken booths to add to the experience. They also offer a takeaway service.

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Venue name: Yum Yum
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Address: 187 Stoke Newington High St
London
N16 OlH
Transport: Stoke Newington rail
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Tracey S
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I went to Yum Yum for an 18th birthday celebration as part of a large group (around 25 of us) It was a week day evening so wasn't busy and we had a rather large area to ourselves which was nice. The restaurant was really pretty, particularly the outside which is all lit up. The décor was fitting and I loved that some of the tables had traditional low tables with no chairs, although not sure I could last a whole meal sitting on the floor! We only had one waiter the whole evening so needless to say he was really busy but managed to see to all of our needs. The food was delicious and filling, although I don't eat Thai very often so cant compare. Would definitely visit again to sample some more of the menu.

Sarah R
tastemaker

I went to Yum Yum for my friend’s birthday, looking forward to spicy Thai food. Yum Yum is one of those places that is perfect for these type of celebrations, because the restaurant is very spacious. Quite a lot of people decided to celebrate their birthdays there on that Friday, with few couples trying to have a romantic date.

Staff was attentive, food was good. I wouldn’t say it was the best Thai, but it was good enough. Overall, it left us all feeling full and happy, and sometimes that is all you need.

Daisy H

Yum Yum is a bit of a weird one... the place is absolutely massive so there is a pretty strange atmosphere with a real mix of people. Staff were attentive and service was good, the food wasn't bad but in general didn't feel like authentic Thai food. Its open really late though so I imagine a good place to have late night snacks and drinks.