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Dear diners, please be aware that Sawadika asks for a deposit of £30 for bookings of eight and under, and a deposit of £5 per person for bookings over eight people.You must also inform Sawadika at least 60 minutes before the booking time if any of the party is not coming, or you will be charged an Absence Fee of £5 per person for anyone who does not show up.
Amid the hustle and bustle of central London’s Holborn, Sawadika Fine Thai Restaurant has created a little oasis where guests can relax and immerse themselves in the authentic flavours and aromas of Thailand. Situated along Red Lion Street, about equidistant from Holborn and Chancery Lane tube stations, the friendly folks behind Sawadika invite you to experience Thai food the way it’s meant to be: fresh, richly flavoured and altogether satisfying.
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With long opening hours every day of the week except for Sundays, London locals have plenty of time to enjoy delicious Thai cuisine at Sawadika Fine Thai Restaurant on Holborn’s Red Lion Street. Elegantly decorated with dark walls and splashed with golden accents throughout, this local favourite is ideal for a romantic evening out or a special dinner party. Indeed, Sawadika is an upscale Thai restaurant, but the dinner prices are surprisingly affordable – a real bargain considering the kitchen’s use of premium ingredients flown in daily from Thailand, as well as seasonal produce and herbs.
Thai cuisine has a reputation for being particularly spicy, and for all the chilli heads out there, Holborn’s Sawadika Fine Thai Restaurant always impresses with dishes like kai tod rad prik (battered and fried boneless chicken thigh covered in a spicy chilli sauce) and the red curry tofu (tofu cooked with spicy red curry paste, bamboo, pea, aubergine, sweet basil and coconut milk). And if you don’t think you can handle the heat, there are numerous items for you to choose from, including goong op woonsen (steamed jumbo prawns cooked with curry powder, spring onion and sesame oil) or the stir fried broccoli with garlic and oyster sauce. Ready to dive headfirst into London’s best Thai cuisine? Book your table at Sawadika’s Red Lion Street restaurant today.