Best Thai Restaurants Leeds. 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 Leeds.
Chaophraya Thai Restaurant, Leeds
20A, Blayds Court, Swinegate, Leeds LS1 4AG
Thai Edge Restaurant, Leeds
7 Calverley St, Leeds LS1 3DB
Zaap Thai Street Food
22 Grand Arcade, Leeds LS1 6PG
Zaap Thai Street Food in Leeds, “When you step inside a Zaap restaurant you will feel like you have been transported into a Bangkok street food market, with all its magical hustle and bustle, neon lighting, funky tuk tuks and, of course the most amazing Thai street food you will ever taste!
With over 80 of the most authentic Thai dishes on the menu, your taste buds will rock to the Bangkok vibe and you’ll feel like you are in the street food capital of the world, Thailand.
At Zaap we don’t have a booking policy, we are a walk-in restaurant only. All you need to do is turn up, and we’ll take care of the rest!”
15 S Parade, Leeds LS1 5QS
Sukhothai Restaurant in Leeds, “Our flagship site in Leeds City Centre, on South Parade, is the perfect place to enjoy authentic Thai food in the heart of Leeds; be it for business or pleasure.
Now featuring a fabulous lower dining floor and VIP room (available for hire) it’s the best place to enjoy all the usual Sukhothai quality and excellence; including our acclaimed 200+ dish à la carte menu.
The chef ran a successful restaurant in Bangkok for 8 years, before relocating to the UK to head up a well-known Yorkshire restaurant for a further 4 years. She opened the original restaurant in the heart of Chapel Allerton in 2002 and puts Sukhothai’s success down to super-attentive service, an imaginative yet authentic menu and flying the most amazing, fresh Thai ingredients in to our kitchens every week.
Nan’s Thai Malaysian Cafe
225 Hyde Park Rd, Leeds LS6 1AH
Nan’s Thai Malaysian Cafe in Leeds, “Authentic street food of Thai and Malaysian dishes. We use the best quality ingredients with exceptional friendly staffs. All dishes are commonly cook and eat in the family.
The restaurant has a homely and relax atmosphere. Whatever the occasion, we can accommodation you. We are not a licenced restaurant, you can bring your own drink with a little charge as a pound per person. “
A special of their is the “Gaeng Dang” Thai red curry with coconut milk.
The Parade, 2 North Ln, Headingley, Leeds LS6 3HP
Thai Sabai in Leeds, “We are a fully licensed and air conditioned restaurant located in the heart of Headingley on North Lane opposite Trio’s Bar, close to the Headingley Carnegie Stadium and just a few minutes from Leeds city centre. The menu is extensive with two full pages of vegetarian options, we also cater for gluten free diets and many of our dishes would be suitable for vegans. We have a good selection of homemade ice cream sand alternatives to the more traditional Thai desserts. You will find the menu prices surprisingly reasonable and the wine list has been carefully chosen to compliment and compete with the food.
A journey where old East meets new West in a blend of Thai cuisine and culture. Perfect for any occasion, from a quick bite to an evening meal with friends, our restaurant provides an experience you’ll want to enjoy again and again.