This intimate and well-lit restaurant, located just a few minutes away from St Pauls Cathedral, will transport you to the vibrant streets of Thailand (for just a few hours anyway). Covered in Thai artefacts and traditional décor, this restaurant is sure to impress in more ways than one.
Served using authentic Thai cooking utensils, and incorporating the use of banana leaves into the serving experience, you can guarantee the food you get here almost mirrors the home cooking you would get in Thailand. Kick off with a selection of starters including salt and pepper squid (a staff favourite), spring rolls and butterfly prawns. We recommend you order a bunch to share so you can get a taste of as much on the menu as possible.
When it comes to mains, you’re spoilt for choice. Try the Weeping Tiger – chargrilled beef (not tiger) with a spicy herb sauce. Or, if you feel like seafood, you won’t be disappointed with the selection. Opt for the golden soft shell crab, chilli scallops or spicy steamed sea bass. And don’t worry if that doesn’t sound like it will fill you up because there is a huge selection of sides to choose from. Hungry is the last thing you’ll be feeling after a visit to this restaurant.
If you are craving Thai food at lunch but don’t have time for a full three-course meal (who does, eh?), the express lunch menu is ideal. Quick business lunches or a sneaky treat to yourself is easy peasy lemon squeezy. Pick between everyone’s favourites green curry and Pad Thai, for instance, and be back to work in no time.
So whether you’re looking for a relaxed evening meal catching up with friends, or a quick mid-day pick-me-up, Thai Square will satisfy any south-east Asian cravings you may be having.