Monday 29th of February 2016
Looking for a delicious Thai meal in London? Then look no further, here at Easirent, we have narrowed down the huge list of London’s Thai eateries, to just a select few. Pick up your Easirent hire car from our London Gatwick Airport branch, and take a drive to some of the capital’s best Thai restaurants.
1. Champor Champor
Located in the much visited tourist destination of London Bridge, Champor Champor is becoming ever more popular with locals and tourists, who happen upon it as they take a stroll along the River Thames. Once a hidden gem, Champor Champor is a tiny little Thai eatery overlooking London’s famous waterway, and the interior is decorated with colourful Thai masks. Specialising in Thai and Malay food, we recommend that you book a table in order to avoid disappointment.
2. Begging Bowl
Pick up your Easirent hire car from our London Gatwick Airport branch and head to Peckham, East London, where you’ll find the Begging Bowl. Now in its third year of operation, the Begging Bowl has built up a steady stream of regular customers over the years, to become a popular little Thai food joint. Serving up the popular option of Thai Street Food, diners can enjoy a tapas style meal, which has been cooked with some of south east Asia’s more unusual flavours.
3. Thai Thai East
Thai Thai East is situated on London’s Old Street and if you’re looking for a relaxed, laid back atmosphere with lots of space to while away an afternoon, then this is your place. Serving up traditional Thai dishes including Pad Thai and spring rolls, Thai Thai East is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area.
4. Busaba Eathai
Located in the popular and quirky area of Soho, Busaba Eathai has established itself over the course of a decade to truly place itself at the top of its game. This popular and inexpensive little eatery is spacious and welcoming; grab a spot on one of he many shared tables and enjoy some of the spicy seafood soup.
5. Smoking Goat
The Smoking Goat is a tiny little Thai in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. Specialising in Thai BBQ, the Smoking Goat is popular with the locals, and in restaurant etiquette, that’s always a good sign.
6. Nipa at the Lancaster Hotel
The sister restaurant to Nipa in Bangkok, this restaurant certainly offers up a true taste of Thailand. Situated on the outskirts of London’s Hyde Park, Nipa is definitely worth a visit, even if the prices are a little steep.