The Thai - Wandsworth

362 Old York Road Wandsworth , London, SW18 1SP

The Thai - Wandsworth says

Every neighbourhood needs a good little south-Asian restaurant, and the denizens of Wandsworth will know that The Thai, round the corner from Wandsworth Town station, is the place to come for top-notch Thai food. This is a picturesque little dining spot with a classic black and gold shopfront along the Old York Road. Step inside and The Thai is a warm space decorated with exposed brick walls, lots of wood and fresh flowers, and the crisp linens and stylish crowd make this an upmarket choice for business dining and dinner dates. The dining room has an intimate atmosphere, and the menu is filled with old favourites.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Wandsworth Town Station 266m

Clapham Junction Station 1km

Address

Address: 362 Old York Road Wandsworth , London SW18 1SP

Area: Wandsworth Earlsfield

Nearby Landmarks

Cineworld Wandsworth 672m

Wandsworth Park 1km

Details

Telephone: 020 8877 2723

Website:

Cuisine: Thai

8.0

Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 6.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 3.0

Cullinary Kate bronze reviewer 25 February 2013

This cosy little Thai restaurant is perfect for a Sunday evening when a roast just wont hit the spot. Based in adorable Wandworth Town with a fire place and pillows at the back, you couldnt want for a more inviting and homely setting. The food has all the Thai classics such as prawn tempura, chicken satay and sesame prawn toast and they do not disappoint with cooking them to perfection. My favourite starter has to be the dim sum though with its delictable soy dressing. The Som Num Salad is so fresh and zingy I felt like I had arrived back on Koh Pha Ngan and the Thai curry's are as fragrant as they get. If I had to point out room for improvement it would have to be the stir-frys, unfortunately the beef was as tough as old boots and chicken and ginger lacked oomph but they did make up for it with a steamed seabass that was not only delicious but had absolutely no bones in which is a rarity. The prices were a little higher than I would expect from a neighbourhood Thai but if you go for the set menu you get a great deal. Overall I will continue to return to this restaurant and encourage other locals to do so. Korp Khan Ka