Conveniently located within close walking distance of Kentish Town overground in North London, Baan Thai Restaurant is the perfect place to begin a big night out, to have a quiet romantic meal or to celebrate a special occasion. Their take on Thai cuisine is authentic – which will please spice lovers and those who have visited South East Asia – but also accessible enough that those who have never tasted Thai cuisine before will be able to experience it for the first time. Book a table at their Fortess Road address in Kentish Town to be transported to Bangkok for an evening.
We were party of six, ordering wide variety of items from the menu. We were all very happy with our choices. Efficient and polite service was a great bonus.
Fantastic value for money, friendly service provided from all of the staff. Food was delicious and hot. We were not rushed with our time slot either.
The restaurant looked a bit basic, when I arrived and i was a little bit disappointed because it did not look as impressive as on the website. However the food and the service was excellent and this more than made up for it.
Thai food is a balancing act of flavours and spices, and at Baan Thai Restaurant on Fortess Road in London’s Kentish Town, they have one of the most skilled jugglers around. Diners can make their way from Kentish Town overground station or Turnell Park tube and be transported to Southeast Asia, with a menu that brings out the best in Thai cuisine and a decor that recalls the backstreet bars of Bangkok and the temples of Chiang Mai. Head on now – and bring a group, as sharing is vital to gain an insight into the diversity of Thai cuisine – to see what the fuss is about.
When arriving at Baan Thai on Fortress Road in Kentish Town, we recommend taking a seat with your group and ordering a set meal to share with your family and friends. Banquets begin with satay skewers, spring rolls, prawn toast and Thai fish cake, as well as a soup selection. Mains are a combination of the iconic green curry, stir-fried vegetables and stir-fried prawns with Thai basil and chillies. Vegetarians can enjoy their very own set menu too, which is also gluten-free. We recommend booking a table at London’s Baan Thai, as it can become very busy: the public of Kentish Town know a good restaurant when they taste one!