In Cheshire East, O’cha Thai Restaurant is giving locals a dose of delicious Thai flavour at their comfortable restaurant premises on Market Place. Found right in the heart of Macclesfield just steps from Macclesfield Library Cheshire East Borough Council and St Michael’s Church, the restaurant is right in the hustle and bustle, and a conveniently located spot to grab a bite to eat. The food at O’cha is authentic and flavourful, all made from scratch daily using some of the area’s freshest seasonal produce and quality imported ingredients. Offering an array of mains including the moo pad khing (stir fried pork with pineapple, vegetables and sweet and sour sauce), the vegetarian pad pak ruam mit (stir fried mixed vegetables in soy sauce), and the delicious khao pad O’cha, a very special house fried rice with prawns, eggs, pineapple, raisins and cashew nuts. Book in advance to enjoy a meal at this incredible local hotspot.
Excellent food Great value Great service Highly recommended Fily run business shut in Aug due their holiday in Thailand. They do take away as well as sitting down in a friendly atmosphere
The food was lovely and smelled nice. The staff were very welcoming, friendly and helpful. They didn't rush us at all so we had a lovely relaxing evening.
The food was fresh and flavoursome, with just the right spice level for our party. The service was good and welcoming. We enjoyed the visit very much and would recommend it to anyone.