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Thai Restaurants in Newcastle

 Finding great Thai restaurants in Newcastle Upon Tyne is easy with Quandoo

Make tonight's meal an exotic delight by exploring Quandoo's collection of Thai restaurants in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Tyneside has plenty of talented chefs from Thailand who love to show off their satay skills and whip up massaman curries that could have come straight from the stoves of Pattaya. Whether you need somewhere to dine with friends, or you just fancy a feisty after-work jungle curry, Newcastle Upon Tyne's Thai restaurants have what you need, and you can book all of them in moments with Quandoo.

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The Old Siam - Newcastle

The Old Siam - Newcastle

Quayside
Thai££££
5.4/666
Thai Village Restaurant

Thai Village Restaurant

Hartlepool Marina
Thai££££
5.5/646
Bangkok Bistro

Bangkok Bistro

Bowscar
Thai££££
4.9/611
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    Head to Quayside to find Newcastle Upon Tyne's best Thai restaurants

    Quayside is definitely the epicentre of Newcastle Upon Tyne's Thai restaurants scene, so if you're heading to the docks for some cultural events, or preparing for a big night out, why not pop in and see what their chefs have to offer? It doesn't matter whether you've been guzzling green curries for generations or you're totally new to Thailand's cuisine, places like Old Siam will be a revelation. But be warned. If you do head to Old Siam, expect some fiery menu options thanks to their roots in southern Thailand. Or ask them to tone it down to just the right spice level - the kitchen will be happy to oblige.
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    Newcastle Upon Tyne's Thai restaurants serve up genuine Southeast Asian delights

    When you settle down at Newcastle Upon Tyne's best Thai restaurants, expect authentic cuisine –not generic imports that have been attenuated for British tastes. These places are uncompromising in a good way, celebrating their favourite Siamese dishes and introducing them for palates in the North East to savour. At some places, this means discovering some healthy seafood salads with a spicy sauce to garnish, or pad Thais that get the mixture of tamarind, lime, cashews, and lemongrass just right.
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    Try some new seafood specials at Newcastle Upon Tyne's Thai restaurants

    Don't worry – there's plenty of overlap between traditional British cuisine and the food at Newcastle Upon Tyne's elite Thai restaurants. For example, battered fish is a central part of Thailand's cuisine, not unlike the fish and chips Tynesiders know and love. It's just that dishes like Pla-jian or Pla-chub-chee mix up battered fish with chilli and coconut sauces, or fresh ginger and soy sauce on the side. If you love your fish dinners, but want something new, you're in for a treat.