18 "Thai" Restaurants in London.
There are proper waits for Kiln’s high-octane Thai dishes, but it’s absolutely worth the wait. Grab a seat at the bar, get the short-rib curry.
Supawan is an understated but excellent Thai restaurant near King’s Cross. It’s a spot you’ll come back to again and again.
The Begging Bowl is a Thai restaurant in Peckham that serves exceptional dishes from Northern Thailand in a relaxed dining room.
Som Saa was once a pop up in London Fields, and is now a full blown restaurant near Spitalfields that’s become a new London Thai classic.
Spicy Basil in Kilburn doesn’t look like much from the outside, but trust us and head inside for great Thai food.
Farang is a long term pop-up Thai restaurant in Highbury with excellent curries and a whole seabass that’ll make you happy.
Esarn Kheaw is a Thai restaurant in Shepherd's Bush with ‘80s decor and authentic eats.
Come to KaoSarn when you want nice Thai food in Brixton - the curries are good, and the larb salad is a must.
If you can see past the fashion nonsense at Greyhound Café in Fitzrovia, you’ll find some of the best Thai food in Central London right now.
Smoking Goat in Shoreditch serves regional Thai food. It satisfies rather than stuns, but it’s ideal for sharing.
This Clerkenwell pub serves well priced Pan Asian cuisine making it perfect for a quick lunch.
Bang Bang Oriental is a massive Asian food hall in Collindale, that’s worth a visit if you so happen to be in Collindale.
The Prince is part pub, part vast drinking hall, and home to four good street food restaurants.
Oie Thai is a takeaway shop by Liverpool Street station that’s known for its big lunchtime queues, as well as reliably good soups and salads.