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10 Thai Restaurants in Chichester

The Thai restaurants in Chichester are well worth a visit

Located in West Sussex, Chichester is an ancient and well-heeled cathedral city, with a wonderful mix of city, country and coastal attractions. See the Roman ruins at Fishbourne Palace and admire the Gothic splendour of the Cathedral. Tangmere Military Aviation Museum is a must-see for plane enthusiasts and there are miles of stunning countryside and coastal seascapes to explore, with attractions such as Bosham Quay and West Dean Gardens that are well worth a visit. See a ballet or play at one of the local theatres or treat yourself to retail therapy at the designer shops and independent boutiques. The dining scene here is also particularly lively, so you'll find some wonderful Thai restaurants in Chichester to discover.

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Tuptim Siam

Town Centre
Thai
5.6/612
Tuptim Siam

Lemongrass - Chichester

City Centre
Thai££££
5.6/6108
Lemongrass - Chichester

Tumnan Thai

Battersea
Thai££££
5.5/6221
Tumnan Thai
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Nakhon Thai

Docklands
Thai££££
5.2/6149
Nakhon Thai

Lemongrass Crawley

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.5/6148
Lemongrass Crawley

Mango Thai Tapas - Above Bar

City Centre
Thai££££
5.3/682
Mango Thai Tapas - Above Bar

Mango Thai Tapas - Portswood

Inner Avenue
Thai££££
5.2/689
Mango Thai Tapas - Portswood

Sawadika Fine Thai Restaurant

Holborn
Thai££££
4.9/665
Sawadika Fine Thai Restaurant

Tiien Thai - Westbourne

Westbourne
Thai££££
5.5/683
Tiien Thai - Westbourne

Hi Bangkok Thai Cuisine

Wimbledon
Thai££££
5.4/671
Hi Bangkok Thai Cuisine
  1. 1.

    What makes Chichester's Thai restaurants stand out?

    The city is a commuter hotspot, with many of the locals travelling to London during the week and returning to enjoy fine dining, culture and entertainment at the weekend. You'll find that the Thai restaurants in Chichester are designed to cater to a discerning audience, with delicious menus, authentic dishes, beautiful interiors and superlative service on offer. Look out for Thai restaurants on Chichester's ancient cobbled streets, hidden around corners and decorated with hanging baskets filled with flowers. Some venues even have pavement terraces and private gardens for dining when the weather's fine.
  2. 2.

    Enjoy taste sensations at the Thai restaurants in Chichester?

    Thai cuisine is all about balance and harmony, with expert chefs seeking to perfect the blend of sweet, spicy, sour, bitter, salty and umami. The food is often lightly cooked, with plenty of richly aromatic herbs and ingredients such as lime, ginger, coconut and chilli to provide heat. There is also a real emphasis on nourishing ingredients, which means that when you dine at the Thai restaurants in Chichester you'll be doing more than simply enjoying great flavours. The combination of fresh vegetables and fruits, lean meats, fresh fish, coconut, spices and herbs is a health-giving one that will leave you feeling wonderful. That's not to say you can't enjoy a treat, however, as anyone who has experienced the famous Thai banana and pineapple pancakes or sticky rice with mango will be sure to tell you!
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    Chichester's Thai restaurants are always popular

    Lemongrass is one of the city centre Thai restaurants in Chichester that happy diners return to time and time again. The lead chef is from Thailand and has been delighting the locals with his creations for over forty years. Diners rave about tord man kao pod which are fiery sweetcorn fritters served with sweet chilli sauce and the phad gratium prik tai, which consists of stir-fried meat or fish with garlic, spring onions and ground pepper sauce. Tuptim Siam is another favourite venue for discerning diners and the unpretentious exterior belies a superb array of authentic dishes and mouth-watering flavours on offer from the kitchen. The deep-fried king prawns with pepper and garlic are certainly worth experiencing, and there's a great drinks menu to peruse as well. Just remember to book ahead as the venue is intimate and demand tends to be high!