Authentic and flavoursome Thai is what you will find when you enter any of the 10 Busaba Eathai locations throughout England. Named after a Thai flower (Busaba) and a fusion of the words eat and Thai (Eathai) Busaba Eathai is quality Thai dining at a reasonable price. Portions are quite large so make sure you bring company, or are hungry enough for the serve. Busaba has a selection of traditional and modern Thai cuisine that will keep you satisfied and coming back for more. The simple menu offers you stir-fries, curries, noodles and salads, whilst catering for the vegan and vegetarian uprising.
Teamed with an eclectic intimate and social seating arrangement, Busabai is perfect for birthdays or romantic dinners. For your first visit to Busaba Eathai I recommend the Dolly Pad Mee, which consists of dolly noodles, prawns, choi sum, a fish cake and chilli. Very, very tasty. With a variety of entrees it is hard to know where to start. A friend and I decided on the Vegetarian Spring Rolls (a safe choice). We were very impressed with the quality and the service at the venue and quickly learned why people kept coming back time and time again.
The venue also boasts a selection of Asian juices such as the very tasty Mango Lassi, a beverage made of yogurt, cardamon, rose water and honey. If you are entertaining a party, your standard wines and beer are available, which not only act as ice breakers, but work well in complementing the tasty dishes. Great atmosphere, food and service over a decade running make Busaba Eathai a must on the London restaurant scene.