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 Mandy on 15 Oct 2018
The food was great and they were really great at accommodating my gluten free requirement.
by Keefy on 07 Oct 2018
Charming restaurant,great food,friendly staff,good atmosphere,if we ever down there again would love to visit
by Jot on 07 Oct 2018
The food was lovely, fresh and tasty. The service however was slow and the restaurant was not particularly busy. We waited 15 minutes before calling the server over to ask for drinks and a menu. The rest of the eve was pretty similar. The staff were reactive rather than proactive. It seemed to us that we had to ask for everything, Bill included!
by Eluned on 05 Oct 2018
Great food and good service.
by Claire and Matt on 30 Sep 2018
Food was tasty but the portions were tiny. The pad Thai barely covered the plate and was seriously lacking meat and the red Thai curry was basically soup with three pieces of pork in it and some vegetables. Even the Thai fish cakes we had to start were extremely small and thin. The kids meals were however great value, in fact the child’s portion of soya noodles was bigger than the pad Thai and had way more meat in it. Overall all really disappointing as this is not a cheap restaurant oh and also £16 for two beers and two apple juices is rather steep!