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Nipa

About Nipa

In the Royal Lancaster Hotel, the Nipa restaurant has been named after the original Nipa Restaurant in the Landmark Hotel in Bangkok. Lots of teak panelling, traditional Thai furnishings and artefacts lend an authentic air. All the staff dressed in traditional Thai costume are from Thailand - even the lady chefs. This authentic Thai restaurant is one of the first 15 recipients of the ’Thai Select’ award - this award has been described as being the first ever Michelin-style award for Thai restaurants proven to be performing to the highest standards of quality and cuisine, and is awarded by the Thai Government. We think this award sums up Nipa Thai rather nicely. What’s cooking? Kai Haw Bai Toey - deep fried marinated chicken in pandanus leaves, Kaeng Kiew Warn Kai - chicken in green curry soup, also recommended the Nipa platter - a selection of the chef’s special Thai starters.



Full a la carte

Starter

- Deep fried minced prawns on toast £6.85
- Deep fried spring rolls with glass noodles £5.85
- Selection of chef’s special Thai starters £18.00

Main Course

- Chicken, beef or shrimps in a green curry £10.25
- Glass noodles salad with prawns and chicken £10.35
- Fried king prawns in red curry £14.85

Dessert

- A selection of desserts are available.

Tips

Set menus from £27 to £32







Additional Information


Address:

Royal Lancaster Hotel, Lancaster Terrace, W2 2TY

Nearest tube:

Lancaster Gate
Set menus from £27 to £32



Average Price:

£25 to £34

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 6.30pm - 10.30pm. Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Dress Code:




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