Koh Thai Tapas is defying conventions and has revolutionised Thai dining with their infectious blend of European indulgence and authentic Thai tastes. Koh Thai Tapas are also passionate about their unique aesthetic, at once informal and elegant, authentic and modern. So the designs set candlelit brickwork against Thai latticework, street-art murals against historic venues. Each Koh restaurant oozes its own personality and its own local charm. Koh Thai Tapas was born out of a desire to create a place where you would like to eat. A place where the holy flavours of Thai cuisine could be shared and sampled with fiery cocktails, far-flung beers and world-class music. A place at once authentic, beautiful, unpretentious, relaxed and refined. Although every venue is unique, with a successful blend between historic locations and fresh fusion design, Koh continues to deliver on exquisite food, drinks and that eclectic atmosphere, striving to hit the mark for the Complete Dining Experience.
by Hhawkins79 on 17 Mar 2019
Had a great meal here last night with a friend. Good value, tasted fantastic and the service was superb. Excellent all round.
by Rob on 16 Mar 2019
Service was rather slow but staff were friendly.. The restaurant was fairly quiet for a Friday evening, but it did get busier later. we went with high expectations After reading other reviews. but sadly it really wasn’t anything special. I don’t think we would hurry back.
by Martina on 16 Mar 2019
Brilliant good and cocktails!
by Laura on 10 Mar 2019
Yet again we had a great meal and friendly service
by Tanya on 03 Mar 2019
We were met with a very welcoming member of staff who was well presented. We were taken to our table. The whole ambience and decoration is amazing. Our food came out quickly and the Kohian remembered who ordered each dish making the whole visit very personal and an absolute pleasure. My only gripe is the service charge put on the end of the bill. I know it is our discretion but then I feel it shouldn’t be put on the bill especially as we were a table of 3. ( bigger tables I can understand) I agree the Kohian and hopefully the chef should be tipped just not assumed on the bill.