Best Thai Restaurants Edinburgh. Who doesn’t love Thai food? Whether you are looking for Pad Thai, Tom Kha Gai soup, a Panang, Mussaman or Red Thai Curry, here is a great list of the best Thai Restaurants in Edinburgh.
49A Thistle St, Edinburgh EH2 1DY
Dusit in Edinburgh, “Dusit was opened in 2002 by Pom and his team, to great accolades in the local and national press. Pom, originally from Bangkok, worked at the high end of the food and catering industry in the UK for twenty years before developing the Dusit concept. The Dusit team has built an enviable reputation based on fantastic food, attentive service and relaxed ambience.
The cuisine is contemporary Thai, using the best fresh local produce, combined with herbs, spices and Asian vegetables imported from Thailand. This has led to Dusit being recognised as one of the top Thai restaurants in the country. Dusit consistently receives great reviews and has been awarded much coveted Ticks in Pete Irvine’s authoritative book, Scotland the Best.”
Time 4 Thai
45 N Castle St, Edinburgh EH2 3BG
Time 4 Thai in Edinburgh, “Time 4 Thai is a stylish, contemporary Thai restaurant ideally situated close to George Street and a very short walk from Princes Street. Since opening its doors to customers in 2005, Time 4 Thai has successfully established itself as a firm favourite on the Thai dining scene for both residents and tourists alike. Walking into the restaurant will be an immediate pleasure. The interior is a blend of creams, lilacs and greens. The real scene stealer, however, is the large glass wall at the entrance, tastefully lit to enhance the lilac orchids embedded within. All of the crockery and cutlery is made and imported from Thailand giving an air of class and authenticity.
The menu can be described as modern Thai with king prawns and seafood as a speciality. Fresh ingredients are flown in from Thailand every week to ensure all dishes are cooked in authentic Thai flavours. Time 4 Thai has a very metropolitan feel to it being elegant and contemporary. Whereas Time 4 Thai’s sister restaurant, Thai Lemongrass, tends to be more of a homely local eatery, Time 4 Thai is definitely a big city venue. The lunch menu starts from £16.80 which will not be disappointed. Also proving very popular is the special lunch menu the restaurant has recently launched. All the dishes are a meal in itself, reasonably priced and are perfect for customers who don’t have much time on their hand but would still like to enjoy delicious and freshly prepared authentic Thai food.”
Spirit Of Thai Restaurant Edinburgh
44 Grindlay St, Edinburgh EH3 9AP
Spirit Of Thai in Edinburgh, “Spirit of Thai opened to a fanfare of rave reviews in the summer of 2006 and has since established itself as a firm magnet for Thai food lovers. The restaurant is conveniently situated in the heart of Edinburgh’s theatreland, just a stone’s throw away from the Lyceum, Usher Hall and the Film house
Spirit of Thai’s interior décor is a subtle blend of the traditional and the modern, with tiled floors, magnolia walls and wooden ceiling beams creating a calming cottage feel, where customers can enjoy an authentic Thai meal in a tranquil atmosphere. The warmth of the service and surroundings extends to the exotic, aromatic food. Each dish on the extensive menu is clearly and accurately described, and the welcoming staff are on hand to offer customers advice and recommendations if needed.
Its location is perfect for enjoying a relaxing meal before or after shows and concerts to round off an unforgettable evening.”
23, 23a Brougham Pl, Edinburgh EH3 9JU
Passorn Thai in Edinburgh, “Vibrant, chic, and already famed for our delicious food, Passorn has taken Thai dining in Edinburgh into the 21st Century. Passorn Thai has breathed new life into Thai dining and has made a huge impression, swiftly acquiring a well-deserved reputation for being the finest Thai restaurant in Edinburgh and Scotland. Our reputation is such that diners from all over the world come to Passorn to sample its glorious food and enjoy its welcoming ambience.
The aim of Passorn is to bring a true taste of Thailand to Scotland. Passorn is owned by a Thai woman, uses only authentic Thai recipes (many of these being family recipes).
Passorn aims for the highest quality in every area, from the warmth of our welcome through to our expertly prepared and presented dishes.”
Thai Express Kitchen
Unit 103, 105 St James Square, Quarter, Edinburgh EH1 3AD
Thai Express Kitchen in Edinburgh, “Using only traditional family recipes and the freshest available produce, Thaï Express serves up punchy, flavourful Thaï cuisine, cooked only by our specially trained Wok chefs.
Our success is rooted in combining traditional Thaï cuisine with new-world design and flavours. Tailored to your taste and prepared fresh when you order, Thaï Express provides fun, flavourful and healthy meals. We strive for excellence and take great pride in the food that we prepare. It is our belief that great food can only be made from the finest and freshest ingredients.
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38 Clerk St, Newington, Edinburgh EH8 9HX
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