About Soho Thai
This cosy branch of the popular Thai Square chain does exactly what it says on the tin. A forever-busy Thai restaurant on a small street connecting Wardour and Dean Streets, it’s more often than not packed with jolly crowd too busy chatting, eating and having a good time to care much about the rather basic décor. A consistently good menu is based on an affordable assembly of pan-fried dishes, curries and reliable noodle dishes such as pad Thai and a particularly tasty gang mussamun (with potatoes and peanuts). Highlights of a strong veggie selection include a sweet n’ satisfying toa hoo pad khing (pan fried bean curd). Service is genuinely friendly. Top choice for a quick good value bite.
Sample a la carte
- Chicken satay, marinated and char-grilled served with spicy peanut sauce £4.25
- Kanom jeeb (Thai dim sum served with a soya vinaigrette dressing) £4.25
- Poh pla goong (prawn spring walls) £4.75
- Tom kha gai (chicken with coconut soup)£4.25
Other starters are available.
- Gang kiew wan (choice of beef, chicken or prawn green curry uses fresh green chilli and is cooked in coconut milk with pea aubergines, lime leaves and sweet basil leaves - relatively hot) £5.95
- Gang pa (jungle curry - choice of beef, chicken or venison: jungle curry with dried long red chilli cooked in chicken broth with fresh, young green pepper corns, shredded grachai, aubergines, bamboo shoots and long beans) £5.95
- Gang phed ped yang (red duck curry cooked in coconut milk with lychees, pineapple and lime leaves) £5.95
- Gai pad khing (stir fried chicken with shredded ginger and dried mushrooms) £5.95
- Pla chu chee (salmon topped with chu-chee curry paste) £8.25
- Pad se-iew (flat noodles fried with chicken, mixed vegetables, egg and thick soya sauce) £6.25
Other main courses are available.
A selection of desserts is available.
27-28 St Annes Court, W1F 0BN
Tottenham Court Road
£24 and Under
Mon - Sat 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 11:30pm