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 Hannah Pratt on 20 May 2018
Delicious and good value 2 course lunch. Perfect sized servings for lunch and beautiful flavours. Would definitely go again!
by Cheryl on 19 May 2018
This was my first visit in a while. We decided to go where your chefs chose for us. In the past the waiting staff has always recommended there favourite dish but it didn’t happen this time as the waitress just struck to the script but the food was brilliant and the dishes were all good.
by Jason on 16 May 2018
Booked a table for two for a birthday meal. Staff were very polite and friendly. Food was fantastic and quick. Recommend a visit.
by Tim Fearon on 01 May 2018
Yet another great meal at Koh Thai. Suffice it to say that whenever we want to be absolutely sure of having a great Thai meal we just head straight to Koh Thai.
by Marnie Hill on 24 Apr 2018
We arrived a little early to have a cocktail at the bar with 2 other friends, unfortunately your bar was so busy with people who were clearly not having dinner it was so loud and hard to talk. When we sat down to eat we had to shout over the other people in the restaurant. I have been to Koh Thail many times and think the food and staff are very good. But it was just to busy and loud. Not sure I would come back on a Saturday night. And you really need to sort out your bar area for people who are actually eating and ones who are just buying 1 drink then leaving