I came here with my family this year for my birthday dinner and slapped myself for not writing a review!!
Finding halal thai food is one thing but quality halal thai is near to impossible...
Until I ate here!
Killan was fantastic at describing and suggesting dishes to me along with his friendly humour. He knew each and every ingredient in each dish (or well, it seemed like he did!) and his suggestions were on point!
Starters were delicious, main course spicy but so addictive, I wanted to lick my plate clean.
My point is, this was the best Thai I have ever had in my life so far and is most certainly my bookmarked fave forever.
Looking forward to my next visit.
How to run a restaurant.
- Don't bring the wrong food to someone and then tell them they must have changed their minds.
- Don't insist that the eating utensils provide an infinitely better eating experience when the customer asks for different ones. Yes, thai food is eaten with a fork, but malay food isn't and since that is also on the menu a request for chopsticks is more than reasonable.
- The customer asked for a condiment? Bring them that condiment. Don't bring them something completely different after saying 'I'll bring you something more suited to the food you've chosen'
- Do not, under any circumstances, claim that the customer has an immature palate when they send a dish back. It's insulting, unhelpful, and to an outside observer, hilarious in the wrong kind of way. It's also considered good practice to actually refund the dish.
All this happened to a group of us over the course of a single visit here.
A particular waiter here makes Basil Fawlty look like he'd be a top candidate for butler to Queen Elizabeth.
The food is mediocre.
Avoid this place at all costs.
I really enjoyed the food at this restaurant.
I was expecting the food not to be as good as it was due to the prices but the quality of this meal especially the crispy duck was amazing. I would go here again and again. The only perhaps down side were that the portions were a little small but that is understandable considering what you are paying and it being London
This Thai restaurant seems to have an extremely random and remote location, but definitely worth the trip.
It was recommended to me by a co-worker of mine, and I would never have been able to find it otherwise. I walked by a woman (who lives in the neighborhood) in the same exact street the restaurant is located in if she knew where it was, and she was clueless.
In any case, the food here is bomb. I ordered take-away for two people and was told it would take 15 minutes. It was ready after 10. I ordered beef and shrimp steamed dumplings to start, which bathed in a type of somewhat thicker soy sauce. It was pretty good overall, and I'd give this dish 4 stars. My flatmate had the spring rolls, which were also good and fresh - 4 stars. As mains, I ordered a red Thai curry with beef. Allegedly, they use a paste which they fly in all the way from Malaysia for their curries. The curry was delicious. Spicy and flavorful. My only comment is the beef was a bit chewy. 4 stars, and 5 were it not for the beef. My friend had the pad Thai, which gets 5 stars hands down. The bill came out to 20 quid... very fair price in my opinion for a complete meal.
Very happy I could find a delicious Thai place around the corner from my flat. I will be back.
Thai and some Malaysian dishes using Halal ingredients
B.Y.O with no corkage
Established in 1995.
Family run Thai restaurant, established by Joota (Tou) Firuz in 1995, run since then by Tou with her unwavering love of Thai food from all regions of Thailand.
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