We’ve eaten a lot of Thai food in London, and we’re comfortably able to say that Singburi is up there with the best of them. Sure, you can get that spicy red curry or pad thai you’ve been craving, but you really want to be getting a few friends together and diving deep on their daily specials. The cucumber salad with prawn floss and mangosteen or whole crab are both great places to start, and the moo krob is basically a class A narcotic masquerading as deep fried pork belly. You definitely should book, as it’s rammed with locals most nights, and it’s BYOB so feel free to bring the finest bottle of plonk you can find in the local Spar.
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