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Restaurants

London has a massive selection of some brilliant restaurants. Londoncity.com has compiled a comprehensive review of a large number of outlets in London from British, Japanese, Italian, French and much more. Check out the reviews below for the perfect meal.

Thai


The Mango Tree

The Mango Tree

Address: 46 Grosvenor Place, London SW1X 7EQ

Telephone: 020 7823 1888

This restaurant is situated close to Buckingham Palace and it is a real find. The interior gives a warm and welcoming atmosphere and their authentic, world renowned Thai service gives you a great first impression. The menu is innovative but classic, and that might be the reason they won the Thai Chef of the Year 2003.

Thai Thai

Thai Thai

Address: 110 Old Street, EC1V 9BD

Telephone: 020 7490 5230

This restaurant gives you great value for money! The Thai chefs here all have good experience in Thai cooking techniques, which gives you great food, for a good price! The menu is varied and interesting, well worth a visit.

Café de Thai

Café de Thai

Address: 29 All Saints Road, London W11 1HE

Telephone: 020 7243 3001
 

Their secret is the fresh ingredients daily bought from the market. Their menu is well set up but simple; get the popular green chicken curry or the BBQ duck. The bright colours in the meals will amaze you. And with just a few minutes’ walk from the Portobello Market, Notting Hill, this is a good place for a break on that long shopping trip.

Pu’s Brasserie

Pu’s Brasserie

Address: 10 Gate Street, London WC2A 3HP

Telephone: 020 7404 2126

Located near Covent Garden, Pu’s Brasserie provides an authentic Thai Food menu. Their simple philosophy is to give you the best of Thailand, which they seem to be succeeding in.

Busaba Eathai, Panton Street

Busaba Eathai, Panton Street

Also have restaurants in Bloomsbury, North of London and Marylebone as well.
 

Address: 35 Panton Street, London SW1Y 4EL

Telephone: 020 7930 0088
 

With their Eathai, a mix of Eat and Thai, Busaba tries to get rid of the restaurant term; they want to make it less of a hassle to eat out and therefore focus on good food and minimum fuss. The menu is simple but still offers a good range of Thai Food. Well worth trying.