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 Amazing waitress on 18 Aug 2018
First time here and all I can say it’s amazing from start to finish, welcomed straight to table, hostess was so knowledgable about dishes and opted for them to choose our dishes, one of our table was a vegetarian which they absolutely accommodated and every dish was perfect, ambiance great and they even provided a birthday drink for my friend. Loved it
by J spicer on 13 Aug 2018
We have been to your restaurant a few times and always loved the food. Unfortunately yesterday my son and my tuna was over cooked which made it chewy.
by Date Night on 12 Aug 2018
Lovely food and good service. Food quality outstanding lovely atmosphere with nice music in background. Great cocktails and good option for non alcoholic cocktails when driving. Only negative adding service charge to bill for two people, I understand for groups over 5 but bit cheeky for two people. I am more than happy to tip for good food and service but prefer to have choice to add it on rather than being forced into it. They do say you can take it off but it pressures you into paying it.
by Dougie on 12 Aug 2018
I've eaten here about 15 times over the past 6 years. The food is incredible and amongst the best I've ever had. The reason for 4/5 is because the portions are slowly getting smaller (especially the stir fry dishes). Also there is now an 'optional' service charge which is added to the bill automatically which you feel obliged to pay as you are made to feel cheap if you refuse. I always leave tips whenever I eat out, however I don't think that an £8 tip is justified for someone to bring me a couple of plates of food. In my opinion a £3-£6 tip is plenty, regardless of how much I spend.
by Trevor on 12 Aug 2018
I didn’t see a single Thai person working so I soon realised it would be a western take on Thai food. The food was nice, but in no way traditionally Thai. No spice at all. No hint of Thai flavour. The service was good and the food came out very quickly. It was just disappointing that at a Thai restaurant the food wasn’t more traditional. The music was western pop music and I didn’t really get a sense of the serene eastern atmosphere the website promised. A nice enough evening, but I won’t be back.