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 Kirk O’Field on 27 May 2018
It was a very hot humid evening probably not the right temperature for eating Thai in this country, the service and food was excellent as usual just wish the windows would open to get a through drafts or maybe some sort of aircon unit would have made it five stars all round... But everything else was fabulous.
by Jonnie W on 16 May 2018
Another wonderful evening in my local Koh Thai. Tapas Tuesdays is a great idea and one we made us of last night - saves cooking at home!!
by Rachel Arnold on 26 Apr 2018
We love Koh Thai food and normally visit the Ringwood Restaurnat but were meeting friends from Southampton so decided to try the Romney one. We had the Tasting Menu as we always find this a great choice, its never the same twice and such lovely food. The service was fine until after we had finished our main course, we then asked for a rest before considering a dessert, but we ordered another round of drinks. Unfortunately this seemed to mean we were done as after half an hour we have to go and find the waitress to get our drinks, they had run out of most desserts so we didn’t have any in the end but ordered coffees, one of which was a latte and it was barely luke warm, this was replaced with no fuss. We still had a lovely meal but were disappointed in the lack of desserts and the fact the service tailed off once we had finished our main course.
by Nicola Lindsay on 16 Apr 2018
The food was amazing, we went for the set tasting menu which gave us a great choice of dishes to try and all of them were a massive hit. Hollie was great, she suggested the choices for our set menu, made us feel very welcome and when we asked for the music to be turned down and the window to be closed she did this straight away without making us feel awkward. Just two points. The music was very loud and the speaker was directly above our table. A restaurant of this high standard needs background music so that everyone can talk to each other without having to shout. It was incredibly dark, terrible lighting. We watched other diners, young and old, who were trying to read the menu and everyone was struggling. At one point we asked Hollie which Thai curry was red and which one was yellow, she had to use the torch function on her phone so that she could see which one was actually which! This is our third visit, the food has been excellent each time but the music and the lighting have been an issue.
by Helen Snow on 13 Mar 2018
excellent service by a lovely female lady, cocktails were delicious.