Cats Café Des Artistes

79 Stroud Green Road , London, N4 3EG

SquareMeal Review of Cats Café Des Artistes

From the panther snarling above the doorway to The Beatles shrine on one wall & a signed picture of Lennox Lewis, this brilliantly barmy Thai restaurant is a showcase for the owner’s passions; thankfully, these also include a belief in the pleasure of good food shared with friends in relaxed surroundings. Sit at a carved wooden table imported from Thailand as helpful, friendly staff weave through the crowds to bring you a selection of fresh, inexpensive dishes. Standouts include the ‘ocean special’ seafood soup, zingy with lemongrass & chilli, & ‘volcano chicken’ – a whole bird marinated in turmeric, coriander & garlic & flambéed. Wines (all under £20) include a party-perfect Prosecco at £15.45. Puddings are just as fun, with knickerbocker glory & banana split taking their place alongside the lychees & rambutan.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Crouch Hill Station 526m

Finsbury Park Station 530m

Address

Address: 79 Stroud Green Road , London N4 3EG

Area: Finsbury Park Station

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-12M

Nearby Landmarks

Odeon Cinema Holloway 1km

St. George's Theatre 1km

Details

Telephone: 020 7281 5557

Website:

Cuisine: Thai

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Food & Drink: 5.0

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sweeney t. 07 October 2017

from the starters to the main to the sweets good beers good wine try before you go any were else. you will love it .....

Food & Drink: 5.0

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charles t. 22 November 2015

good good food at a good price try it for yourself

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

charles t. 08 October 2010

The best Thai food west of Bangkok quaint place grate food not pushed out in the cold after dinner wood tables and chairs from Thailand a must in London eating experience even a real tuktuk for the kids to play on average meals cost from £8 to £13 per head £20 good beer good food lovely place Gordon Ramsay missed this one thank god. a must try place