Sorry, we are closed for the holidays
Reopen on Tuesday 11 September
OPEN 6 DAYS PER WEEK (CLOSED ON MONDAY)
TUESDAY TO SUNDAY LUNCH 12.00 – 2.30PM
SUNDAY – WEDNESDAY 5.30 – 10.00PM
THURSDAY – SATURDAY 5.30 – 11.00PM
CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS DAY
13 CHURCH STREET ST. PAULS,
TELEPHONE 01227 471141
TAKE AWAY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE WITH
A 15% DISCOUNT ON COLLECTION
BASED ON RESTAURANT PRICES
LUNCH MENUS ARE NOT AVAILABLE
AT A DISCOUNTED TAKE AWAY PRICE
We would like to take a moment to introduce you to Thailand and it’s unique cuisine. Thailand, the land of smile, is the Buddhist land in south east Asia. The country, whaich was formerly known as Siam, has been renamed to Thailand since 1939 in the era of King Rama VIII. Thailand means the land of freedom. The Thais are proud of their country which has never been a colony of any country. The capital of Thailand is Bangkok.
Thai cuisine ranges from mild and subtly flavoured dishes to hot and fiery ones. The food is flavoured with many different herbs and spices; Garlic, Lemon Grass, Galanga, Ginger, Basil Leaves, etc. Thai curry paste is prepared by blending at least nine different ingredients. Thailand has a long and beautiful coastline as well as a wealth of seafood dishes.
The traditional way to eat Thai food is with a spoon and fork from a flat plate. The plate, filled with Rice, are taken together with main course dishes. The Thais prefer not to mix their foods in order to retain the subtletes of each dish’s taste and flavour. To get the best out of your Thai meal, one may also share a variety of starters, salads and vegetable dishes.
We take great pride in preparing Thai food and that’s why each dish is filled with a work of art. We hope you will enjoy your dining experience with us.