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Thai Restaurants in Lancaster

 Immerse yourself in Lancaster's best Thai restaurants

The historic university city of Lancaster is located on the River Lune and offers a wealth of visitor attractions to suit all interests. Visit the famous castle and museums, meander along St George's Quay to see fine Georgian architecture and cycle along the well-maintained canals. Explore Williamson Park and its hidden paths and follies and enjoy the quirky boutique retail offer within the city centre. Charter Market, Penny Street, Marketgate and St Nic's are all great places to explore for nightlife and dining, and there some excellent Thai restaurants dotted across Lancaster that must be experienced.

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Sabai Thai - Lancaster

City Centre
Thai££££
5.0/64

Chiangmai Bistro - Newton-Le-Willows

Newton-le-Willows
Thai££££
5.5/6197

Ayuthaya

Crosby
Thai££££
5.7/6175
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Mews Thai Restaurant

Poulton-Le-Fylde
Thai££££
5.3/6139

Chiangmai Thai Tapas - Stockton Heath

Walton
Thai££££
5.5/698

Tah Chang

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.6/674

Thai Sabai

Headingley
Thai££££
5.7/654

O'cha Thai Restaurant

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.7/636

Phanthong Thai - Altrincham

Altrincham
Thai££££
5.5/641

Thai Jaa

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.3/637
  1. 1.

    Taste the finest cuisine at the Thai restaurants in Lancaster

    When you dine at Lancaster's Thai restaurants you'll find delicious meals that offer exceptional flavours along with perfect nutrition. The cuisine seeks to achieve balance in each of its dishes, which is why you find ingredients such as coconut, lime, fish sauce, lemongrass, ginger, garlic, coconut milk and chilli used together so beautifully. Expert chefs seek to provide variety with lightly-prepared, highly-flavoured dishes that are colourful, beautiful to look at and filled with fragrance. The cuisine also offers degrees of spice so diners can opt for less spicy meals such as gai pad sapparod, which is a hollowed out pineapple filled with cooked peppers, onions, chicken, cashew nuts and a sweet and sour sauce.
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    You'll find something for everyone at Lancaster's Thai restaurants

    The Thai restaurants in Lancaster offer comprehensive menus packed with fresh flavours. Try tom sam, the classic spicy papaya salad or tom yum goong, a spicy shrimp soup. The latter is truly the fragrance of classic Thailand, thanks to its stock made from lime leaves, galangal, shallots, lemongrass and fish sauce. Red curry is wonderfully delicate and sweet and you can usually choose from meat, fish or vegetarian options.
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    Book ahead for busy Thai restaurants in Lancaster

    Lancaster is a busy city filled with students, workers and tourists, and the Thai restaurants in Lancaster do tend to be busy in the evenings and at weekends. It's always worth avoiding queues by booking your table in advance. Take Sabai Thai for example. Located on China Street, it's the home of great street food and very close to the main shopping district, making it extremely popular with retail fans.