About The Market Thai
Opulently decorated and fit for royalty, The Market Thai is a stunning Thai restaurant on London’s Portobello Road. Whether it’s for lunch, dinner or drinks, this restaurant impresses even the pickiest of gourmands, excelling in the realm of customer service as well as in fine Thai cuisine. Since the 1990s, The Market Thai has been a leader in the city’s Southeast Asian dining scene and there’s no sign they’ll be stopping any time soon. Here you’ll enjoy sophisticated Thai dishes like moo ping (char-grilled marinated pork with chilli sauce), tamarind duck, pla nueng seabass and much, much more. For vegetarians, there’s a long list of favourites including pad tua ngok tofu, spicy aubergine and red curry with vegetables. Book ahead and feel like a king or queen at this beautiful restaurant in Notting Hill.
- Monday 12:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
- Friday 12:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 12:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 22:30
Great food in a very nice environment. Restaurant run by owners with an excellent balance of service and fantastic food. I will be back. I missed the Mango Sticky Rice in the dessert menu.
Familial restaurant, nice serviceand typical decoration. Food is excellent, particularly pad thai which is similar to the one I ate in Thailand. This is also a very good option for bookings of tables more than 6, they accept bookings and have the space.
Service was a bit slow but nothing the excellent food didn't make up for. The decor and atmosphere was lovely. I would definitely recommend to others.
Good food and lovely décor, but was disappointed with the menu (less choice than when we last visited - no duck and tamarind!). Friendly staff but the service was slow.
Decent food but quite small portions, reasonably priced. The menu had plenty of options to choose from. Service was a little amateur but a generally enjoyable experience.
Food ok not the best quite tasty. Staff not very attentive. Went on a Wednesday but it was virtually empty. Overall a average experience. Probably wouldn't go back.