10 Restaurants in Crewe: Thai

Sink your teeth into culinary delights at Thai restaurants in Crewe

Crewe is home to a wonderfully diverse, multicultural population, which means its eateries serve authentic cuisines from around the world. The Thai restaurants in Crewe may be relatively few in number, but they serve all of the classic dishes from Thailand — as well as a few you may not have heard of. Whether you’re looking for a tasty tom yum goong or a gorgeous gaeng daeng, you’re never too far away from the best that this cuisine has to offer. Check out the most popular Thai restaurants in Crewe, and reserve your table now to avoid disappointment.

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Elephant bistro

Town Centre
Thai
4.7/623
Elephant bistro

All Siam Thai Restaurant

Broomhall
Thai££££
5.5/6259
All Siam Thai Restaurant

The Lobster Pot - Nottingham

City Centre
Thai££££
5.6/688
The Lobster Pot - Nottingham
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Ayuthaya

Crosby
Thai££££
5.7/6257
Ayuthaya

Dee Thai

Hale
Thai££££
5.3/629
Dee Thai

Baan Thai

Highfield
Thai££££
5.4/681
Baan Thai

Phanthong Thai - Sandbach

Sandbach
Thai££££
5.5/629
Phanthong Thai - Sandbach

O'cha Thai Restaurant

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.8/650
O'cha Thai Restaurant

Thai Sabai

Headingley
Thai££££
5.6/665
Thai Sabai

Blue Orchid

City Centre
Thai££££
5.2/626
Blue Orchid
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    Further your culinary education at Thai restaurants in Crewe

    There’s far more to great cuisine from Thailand than classics such as som tum and pad Thai. If you really want to progress your culinary education, there are great Thai restaurants throughout Crewe that allow you to do just that. For example, keep an eye out for gaeng keow wan kai, which is a mild green curry that is as creamy as it is delicious. If you’re in the mood for a tasty broth, however, look for gang jued on the menu, which is filled with carrots, cabbage, onion, pork and tofu. And if you eat as the real people of Thailand do, give jim jum a try, which is a chunky stew filled with noodles, egg, pork, cabbage and Thai basil. The Thai restaurants in Crewe are truly authentic, so don’t be afraid to be adventurous in your menu choices.
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    Party in style at Crewe’s liveliest Thai restaurants

    There is always a great place to party when you have a selection of Thai restaurants in Crewe to choose from. Whether you’re planning a child’s birthday bash or a stag party, there’s a great eatery that is perfect for your event. Take Thai Corner Restaurant on Nantwich Road, for instance, which is cosy, casual and perfect for family celebrations. If you’re planning a romantic wedding anniversary dinner, book a table at Thai Samai, which offers secluded tables for added privacy. But if you’re arranging a raucous party for adults, there’s no better place than Phanthong on Crewe Road, which always delivers a vibrant party atmosphere. You’re never short of options for your parties and social gatherings when you’re eating at Thai restaurants in Crewe.
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    Reserve tables at Thai restaurants in Crewe to avoid disappointment

    As there are only a handful of great restaurants serving Thai food in Crewe, you can’t afford to take any chances when it comes to booking a table. Thankfully, you can use the Quandoo app to compare local eateries, read menus and check out customer reviews. Once you’ve chosen your preferred option, reserving a table is as easy as touching a button within the app.