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Finding great Thai food in Leeds has never been easier, and the team at Thai Erawan are leading the charge by blending great Thai classics with a utilitarian dining space that’s proving hugely popular with locals to the Roundhay Road eatery. For a taste of the exotic far east, diners in the city won’t go far wrong with this intimate gem, the food is fresh, the portions are generous and the flavours are big – these guys are on to a winner.
Nice friendly place. Very busy for early bird menu available from 5 to 7.30pm. Good food, large portions especially starters. Some confusion over ordering soup which we thought was a starter in fact it is a main, quickly rectified although this also happened on the table next to us as well, if it is a regular occurrence staff should check on ordering the customer is aware of it being a main. I can recommend this restaurant.
The food was delicious however very disappointingly presented. I expect Thai food to be elegant yet my jungle curry was more sauce than vegetables. The service was also extremely slow ( 90 mins from arrival to main course being served) which is not ideal when you are out with 2 young children.
Good food, friendly service. Just a little slow to bring the bill at the end of the meal. Very reasonably priced. Would be happy to eat here again.
For steaming bowls of comforting pad Thai or massaman curry, diners are invited to join the fun at Thai Erawan on Roundhay Road in Leeds. There’s spice suitable for every palate here, so don’t be deterred if you can’t take the heat. The team are committed to giving all diners an authentic Thai experience, but if classic Thai is a little too spicy, the kitchen are happy to tone things down a bit.
Diners are flocking to Leed’s ultimate laidback Thai place Thai Erawan, and given the no-fuss attitude of the dining room and food, it’s easy to see why. The food here is sharp, generous and subtle, and the menu covers all the Thai classics- there’s red and green curries as well as more unusual options for the adventurous. The dining room is the antithesis of the over-glam, over-decorated Thai places you’ll find elsewhere in the city, in fact Roundhay Road’s Thai place is minimal and functional. This is the ideally neutral backdrop for food that is doing all the talking.