This is a great little food spot.
The menu is not extensive but what they do, they do with style and is full of flavour.
Just had my first Thai green curry from the new shop and was fantastic. Your reopening is the best thing that's happened in London this year and I hope you new location proves to be very profitable. See you soon.
Need a Thai option to fill you up, leave you satisfied, and treat you well? This is probably that place! Great Thai Restaurant serves all the standard dishes you love at Thai restaurants and executes them well. They don't hold back on the spice when you ask for it, either. Spicy actually means spicy, and not in a black pepper kind of way. Get the sugar ready. The pad Thai and fries ríce dishes were good and hit the spot when we needed a late night option. It's a little cramped inside but that's only a minor gripe.
The best central London Thai restaurant I have been, we went there as a recommendation of a Thailand friend and we got the best local food you can have (also he said it was pretty close to original thai there!) we ordered a set of tofu curry, noddles, vegetables, chicken cashew nut, fried rice and more! Service was really kind and desserts were so good! Fried banana 😍 local is a bit tiny and will be better to book in advance!
I just had a meal here. The food was wonderful as well as the service. I had Tom kha, I say it is a must try. Then sweat and sour chicken, pad Thai and fried egg rice. Everything was very delicious, fresh, really great. If I have the chance I will come back.
A tiny little place with Authentic Thai cuisines. Recommend the Tom Yum soup. Duck noodles soup was nice as well. Loved the pink milk. Very sweet.
The interior is designed to replicate the Thai Street Food stalls, and it makes the experience there better. We ordered Basil Leaves Fried Rice and Spicy Noodle Soup. They were quiet spicy, and we enjoyed it immensely. The service is fast and staff are polite. Would definitely go again.
We dropped in for a late dinner at 9pm , they were closing at 10pm . We ordered a chilli squid and gyosas as starters and papaya salad, namtok pork and beef larb with rice for mains. Only negative was they tried to get everything to us at once and their tables are quite small.
However, as it wasn’t busy we pushed another table to ours to give us some room. Food was super tasty and delicious, about £55 all in , but we only had tap water for the table.
I recently visited "The Great Thai Restaurant" and it was a decent experience. The menu had a reasonable selection of traditional Thai dishes.
For the main course, I decided to go for the green curry it was tasty but nothing too outstanding.
The service was good. The staff was friendly and attentive. The restaurant was clean and well maintained but the atmosphere didn't have anything to impress me.
Overall, The Great Thai Restaurant is pretty good. It's not the best I've been to but also its not the worst either. If you're in the area and looking for some decent Thai food it's definitely worth checking out.
The food taste very authentic which reminds me of home. The staff is very friendly and always ready to assist us or take our food orders. Furthermore, the price for the food is very reasonable.
The food was amazing. I went here with Thai friends. They quote, The Best Tom Yum Soup in the UK. It was so good top 5 on my list. My friend went to have their noodle the next day. It was that good. haha
Gorgeous little Thai restaurant. The food was excellent. The waiter is extremely kind and attentive. Kept on bringing water to neighbours' tables. I had a green curry and loved it.