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2 August 2014
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Chaophraya Manchester

Chapel Walks, off Cross Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M2 1HN

£30.00 Thai Greater Manchester
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  • Wine: £11.75
  • Champagne: £36.50
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12N-11pm (12M Fri-Sat )

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The snazzy Chaophraya chain has earned a reputation for delivering classy Thai food in elegant big-city settings, with smilingly attentive service keeping things up to scratch. A lengthy menu features staples such as green curry and pad thai alongside more elaborate signature dishes, but the emphasis is always on authentic flavours. A ‘duo of fish’ features sea bass with a punchy tamarind sauce (as good as a memorable local speciality from Phuket), while flaky cod fillet comes in a subtly spiced Panang sauce. Appetisers include perfectly crisp prawn tempura, finger-licking marinated pork and duck salad with a vibrant roasted chilli and lime dressing, while street-food pancakes stuffed with pandan leaves, coconut and sticky rice make a sweet finish. Decent Asian cocktails, international wines and a separate vegetarian menu are further pluses.

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  1. Published : Wednesday, 11th June 2014

    Champagne and Chutney :: Chaophraya Manchester

    This weekend, I decided to try Chaophraya, which is arguably the most popular Thai fine dining restaurant in the city. It’s one of those restaurants I have heard so much about but never got around to trying myself. I thought it was high time I changed that, so I called up in well in advance and booked a table for lunch on Saturday afternoon. The website claims that Chaophraya is ‘a truly special place to dine’ where ‘guests can get a true taste of Thailand complete with first class service and a bustling atmosphere’ – something I was keen to put to the test. Situated in a nineteenth century building on Chapel Walks above Sam’s Chop House bang in the centre of Manchester’s upmarket shopping scene, this place definitely looks the part. It’s got an elegant front complete with big windows that give you a glimpse of the oriental interiors and grand brass lanterns hanging outside the entrance – it’s all very inviting...
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