Do you love Thai food and you want to try it in London? If so, then you have certainly made an excellent choice because the British capital has several locations where you can try amazingly delicious dishes. Here are some of the best Thai restaurants in London that we highly recommend.
Just down the road from Spitalfields Marke, you will find this lovely Thai restaurant, that doesn’t only serves amazing food but it also looks absolutely wonderful. The atmosphere from here is buzzy and hurrah, and the music extremely cool but not too lous so that you can enjoy to the fullest your dinner. What you should try here is the mu hong, which is a southern style soy-braised pork belly. In case you don’t eat meat at all, then you will also find on the menu various vegetarian dishes. Som Saa is very popular in London, and not only locals but tourists alike love it very much. If you are a single man, then if you want some company you can hire an escort. London is one of those cities where hiring an escort is not tabu anymore. London escorts are simply amazing. They can do lots of things such as keeping you company at dinner, or going with you to an event, or simply chatting and showing you the city and its attractions. The idea is to have someone who you can talk to while you are on vacation in London.
If you love Thai food then Kiln is without a doubt the right place to go while in London. Kiln is one of the most popular restaurants in the city, and it actually won the UK’s best restaurant title in the 2018 National Restaurant Awards. The restaurant was founded in 2016 by Brian Hannon and Ben Chapman, who have chosen a chic and hip decor to their stunning Thai menu. The restaurants provides simple yet satisfying dishes that combine Laos, Burmese, and Yunanese flavors. Some dishes are very spicy, but in case you don’t like them like that, the chefs are able to tone them down on request. Therefore, make sure you don’t forget this detail in case you decide to eat there.
Farang is located in North London, in Highbury, and it has become permanent due to the popular as well as critical acclaim. The restaurant is very busy most of the times, especially on evenings and weekends. The chef, Seb Holmes is specialized in Thai food, as he has worked at Peckham’s Begging Bowl and other famous locations in London before he actually moved to Farang. If you book a table here, then start your dinner with a brilliant version of miang, and then go for gai prik which is basically tasty boneless chicken coated in a salty and sweet fish sauce glaze with lime and various herbs. In case you like beef, then we recommend you gaeng massuman.neau. The menu is quite varied and you will certainly find more than one dish to your liking.