Best Thai Restaurants Oxford. 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 Oxford.
Bangkok House, Oxford
42A Hythe Bridge St, Oxford OX1 2EP
Bangkok House in Oxford, “Established since 1992, Bangkok House regularly strives to provide authentic Thai Cuisine. Combining the culinary skills of our Thai chef with locally sourced products. We would like to take a moment to introduce you to the unique taste of Thai cuisine.
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, galangal, ginger, basil leaves, etc. Thai curry paste is prepared by blending at least nine different ingredients, Thailand has long and beautiful coastline as well as wealthy seafood dishes. The traditional way to eat Thai food is with 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 food in order to retain the subtle taste of each dish taste and flavour. To get the best out of your Thai meal, one may also share a variety of starters, salads and vegetables dishes. Over the years we see people from all over the world enjoy the exotic taste of our food.
Now we would like you to do the same.”
36 George St, Oxford OX1 2BJ
Order from our tasty Thai menu for collection, or have it delivered through Deliveroo or Uber Eats – the choice is yours! Simply order online and come and collect. Or if you’re in the area pop in and we can have it ready for you to collect in no time.”
Chiang Mai Kitchen
130A High St, Oxford OX1 4DH
Chiang Mai Kitchen in Oxford, “Choose from a wide selection of traditional Thai cuisine. We now offer a vegan menu as well as separate lunch, dessert and drinks menu and as our main menu which is available all day. For takeaways please fill in our booking form.
Margaret, our lovely manager and her fantastic team take pride in Chiang Mai Kitchen’s unique heritage and ensure each dining experience, no matter how large or small the party, is of a caliber befitting one of Oxford’s most distinct and independent restaurants.”
Banana Tree Oxford
63 George St, Oxford OX1 2BQ
Banana Tree Oxford in Oxford, “Since our humble beginning as a small café called Street Hawker in Maida Vale, not much has changed at Banana Tree -apart from the name! Born out of our founder William Chow’s passion for Southeast Asian cuisine, we’ve been bringing exotic Pan-Asian street food flavours to London, Chelmsford, Oxford and Milton Keynes for over 30 years. We’ve organically grown to 9 restaurants now, fuelling spirits with the same delicious recipes and values that made us such a hit all those years ago.
We hand pick the best dishes from Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia to feature on our menu, from soups and salads, to wok-tossed noodles, stir fries and curries, as well as South-East Asia-inspired desserts and cocktails. Behind the scenes, we are constantly developing plant-based meat alternatives and testing out our recipes so that you’ll love them just as much as the originals. We can all do our bit to consume less meat to help the planet, and we’re proud to say more than 40% of our menu is plant-based!
Experience a Hawker centre for yourself and gather your friends at our communal bench tables with a round of Dead Man’s Fingers cocktails! Available during happy hour, each cocktail pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes from our menu. Take advantage of our late-night opening and continue your festivities into the early hours in our bar area. Have a swing around in our hammock chairs or watch our skilled bartenders prepare your drinks whilst listening to current hits and party classics.”
38 Magdalen Rd, Oxford OX4 1RB
Oli’s Thai in Oxford, “Due to past experience and for the consideration of our other guests, please note that the restaurant is not suitable for children under 12 years of age. The largest reservations we accept are for tables of 6.
Oli’s Thai was opened in August 2013 by Ladd and Ru Thurston. It is a small 5 table restaurant that offers a weekly changing, seasonal menu. Oli’s has held a Michelin Bib Gourmand for the last four years. We have recently opened our new online store, offering you all the wonderful and tasty ingredients for the home.
This lovely little restaurant is set off the beaten track, in an up-and-coming residential area. The weekly changing, concise menu offers fresh, meticulously prepared, vibrantly flavoured dishes.”
Old Tom Pub
101 St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1BT
A literal stone’s throw from Carfax, the crossroads that marks the centre of the city of Oxford, Old Tom has provided a welcome watering hole for Oxford’s town and gown since at least the end of the 17th century.
In its three or so centuries of history, Old Tom has enjoyed many faces. Today it is a unique experience that perfectly combines old world English pub sensibilities with the very best in Thai cuisine.
Old Tom is sister restaurant to the highly successful Monkey and Me in London’s Marylebone. Both restaurants serve delicious Thai food that stays true to its Eastern origin. We source only the best and freshest spices, pastes, vegetables and herbs direct from Thailand, through our partners Thaitana. This way we know that all our dishes are made with the finest quality Thai ingredients to match our fine range of Green King ales. A surprisingly perfect combination.”