Chada Chada

16-17 Picton Place , London, W1U 1BP

SquareMeal Review of Chada Chada

Just off bustling James Street, Chada Chada offers a reliable hit of Thai spice without the touristy overtones. Amid a trim setting of ethnic artefacts & artfully folded napkins, courteous staff serve up a familiar repertoire with due care & attention; try prawns in a rice-paper carapace, lively salads such as laab ped (with roast duck, shallots, chilli & ground rice), rich curries or a decent version of pad thai thick with crushed peanuts. Those wanting a cheap lunchtime fix away from the shops & crowds should go for the great-value set menu (£9.95 for two courses). The owners take on board customer feedback & are in the throes of introducing more vegan & vegetarian options, as well as giving the downstairs room a more opulent Thai theme.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Bond Street Tube Station 150m

Marble Arch Tube Station 639m


Address: 16-17 Picton Place , London W1U 1BP

Area: Marylebone

Opening times

Mon-Fri 12N-4pm 6-11pm Sat 12N-11pm Sun 4-10pm

Nearby Landmarks

James Street 41m

Wigmore Street 96m


Telephone: 020 7935 8212


Cuisine: Thai

Private Dining: 15

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