Thinking Thai in Norwich? Think Baan Chang. Handily situated right in the city centre, a stone’s through from Norwich Castle on Brigg Street, Baan Chang offers some seriously satisfying Thai dining. The dishes are aesthetically beautiful, the portion sizes generous, and best of all the food at Baan Chang is authentic and downright delicious. They use some specialist ingredients imported from Thailand, but a lot of their ingredients are hauled from much closer to home. Chilli lovers will leap at Baan Chang’s jungle curry, or for those seeking a milder spice kick we can highly recommend the roast duck, lychee and pineapple red curry for something a bit different. There are loads of Thai noodle, vegetable and stir-fry dishes, or if you can’t decide between Baan Chang’s enticing offerings go for one of the large shared platters. Given its prime city centre location, Baan Chang brings in a lot of foot traffic and return customers, so do the wise thing and book a table beforehand.
We tried this restaurant before we went to the theatre and was not disappointed. It was our first time at the restaurant and really enjoyed it , the service was excellent we will definitely be going back.
Fantastic restaurant excellent service very personal. Not just another thai restaurant. This place is above everywhere else to eat. The only down side is the decor. Really needs a make over. Food first class.
Delightful waitress. Lady chef came out and talked to us, really lovely. Nothing to much trouble for them, and very attentive. Huge menu so we went with the shared option "Erawan". Beautiful delicate items as starters and main scrumptious. The desserts were so different and tasty. Not cheap but really great meal.
Lovely meal but myself and my wife were the only people eating! We were there from 7pm until 8.30pm. But would definitely return again. Thanks
This being our second visit to Baan Chang we knew what to expect in terms of food and surroundings But unfortunately our second visit fell short of our first Staff were very good and attentive but on ordering drinks the wine that the girls had picked was unavailable so they tried two different wines which were not to their taste so they ended up drinking beer The food we ordered was of a reasonable standard but was know where near as good as our first visit which was disappointing as we had brought two friends with us as we had previously been talking very highly of the restaurant The food just seemed to be a bit rushed in the cooking and some of the prawn toast was burnt and the satay chicken was dry Pad Thai noodles were all stuck together and difficult to eat We will go back again just to see if this was just an off night as we know they can produce some great food
Food was decent although as there was only 1 other couple in the restaurant there was a total lack of atmosphere. The staff were very polite. Would I visit again. Probably unlikely.
Good Thai food, no fault. Probably ambience and position of restaurant poor. Booked for a Saturday night but place empty all night, just two us dining, no atmosphere.