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Named after the city where the restaurant’s owner – Goya – grew up, Chiangmai Thai Bistro brings an authentic taste of North Thailand to Warrington. Found on London Road, this Thai restaurant serves up favorites from The Land of Smiles in a contemporary and casual bistro setting, drawing in Southeast Asian loving foodies from all over the area to its location in Stockton Heath. Whether it's for lunch or dinner, Chiangmai Thai Bistro is always a favourite. Find out what the fuss is all about and book a table at this charming Thai bistro now!
Awful. No longer doing Tapas in a tapas restaurant! What’s that all about?? Website menu out of date. Service was appalling. Food was excellent. Tried to overcharge us! Never going back again
Great little restaurant. Quality tasty food. Not sure where the tapas element cones from as if it refers to small dishes that is not the case.........Standard menu......ie starters, menu, deserts
Food was lovely - the only thing was we thought it was tapas but it wasn’t so slightly confused but as I say the food was great, good service and would go again
Growing up in Chiang Mai, Goya was taught how to cook by her grandmother from a very young age. Using time-tested recipes as well as her own creations, Goya whips up tantalising Thai cuisine that keeps Warrington foodies coming back to Chaingmai Thai Bistro in Stockton Heath for more and more. Kick your meal off with some tom kha gai, a fragrant sweet and sour Thai soup with chicken, coconut, milk, lemongrass, galangal, white mushroom, fresh lime juice and coriander, or the gai tod khun yai, deep-fried golden and crispy chicken wings with lemongrass served with sweet chilli dipping sauce, made from Goya’s grandmother's own recipe.
Then, move on to a traditional Thai curry like the gaeng khow soi gai, a Northern Thai-style yellow curry with chicken topped with crispy noodles and served with red onion and chilli oil, or another home-style Thai favourite like the pad thai, the national dish of Thailand. For an authentic Thai experience in Warrington, take a trip Chiangmai Thai Bistro on Stockton Heath’s London Road. Booking a table in advance is recommended.