Cats Cafe des Artistes Thai Restaurant
About Cats Cafe des Artistes Thai Restaurant
With a prime location on Stroud Green Road in North London, Cat’s Cafe Des Artistes is a Thai restaurant with a twist. Their menu is extensive, drawing on the four principle flavours of Thai cuisine – salty, sweet, sour and spicy – and spreading them across starters, soups, curries and mains. When you sit down at their restaurant in Finsbury Park, you are transported to Bangkok, with an a la carte menu and set specials to keep the palate guessing and the tastebuds satisfied.
Cat’s Cafe Des Artistes on Stroud Green Road in Finsbury Park has a menu that’s sure to give anyone who has visited Thailand a sharp pang of nostalgia for their trip. A small slice of Bangkok in London, they offer a range of set meals that give a flavour of Thai cuisine: mixed platters to start, a range of curries and stir-fries to share and a fruit selection as a palate cleanser at the end.
Thai cuisine is a mish-mash of the ingredients that occur naturally in Southeast Asia. Cat’s Cafe des Artistes on Stroud Green Road offers jungle curries, with fresh vegetables inspired by those found in Thailand’s interior, alongside seafood specialities that take advantage of the long coastline. London has many Thai restaurants, but few offer such an authentic taste of the homeland like Cat’s Cafe des Artistes in Finsbury Park. Don’t just take our word for it – book a table now and find out what the fuss is about.
27 Cats Cafe des Artistes Thai Restaurant Reviews
I booked Cats for my birthday meal with 5 others and was very happy that I did. Everyone found something they wanted on the menu and thoroughly enjoyed the food. The ambience was great as always and the service fine.
One of the best green curries I've had in years! All the food was great, staff really friendly, imaginative & atmospheric décor. Will definitely go back when I'm next in London!
I loved the food, i took my friend and my brother for his birthday, We all had a starter , main course and beer, it was all very tasty.
The food and service was excellent as usual and, as usual, we ate far too much! The Volcano Chicken was flame lit on the table and never fails to amaze all diners. The cocktails are fantastic and I highly recommend any of the curries with Coconut Rice. Price wise it's reasonable for a dinner at around £25 a head (without alcohol). The ambiance is very authentic Thai with traditional music playing in the background, just loud enough to hear but not overbearing so that you can still have a conversation. We went late on a Sunday evening and there were only ourselves and 2 other parties eating in so we got lots of attention. However, there was lots of activity with take-aways proving how popular the food is.
The service was excellent and the food was out of this world, love the real homely feel to the place and the quirky decoration. Prices were perfect and we were even sat next to a big warm fire, LOVED IT! We shall return
The restaurant had a pleasant feel to it and the service was speedy. I ordered fish cakes for a starter but unfortunately they did not taste as the freshly made one. My main course was a prawn curry and was tasty though little runny. Overall, it was good experience when you want to go locally and we will return.
Was lovely table was ready for our booking of 12. Food was lovely and water put on our table. I only negatives is we where put out the back to which stuff did not attend so trying to get more drinks was a pain!
Food great, service polite when ordering food, no checking on table after that to see if everyone was ok or if they needed anything. Restaurant still a place you can have a conversation and no time limit to how long you can stay. Venue local to Finsbury Pk Tube and plenty of buses.
Great food, better than average service for London, great decor - this was my third visit and It's been great. I need to keep writing more words.
Staff are welcoming and polite. If you are looking for amazing Thai food bursting with flavour than this is the place to go! Highly recommend you visit