The Village Pub and Thai Restaurant is a new entrant to the culinary scene in Urmston, with a unique combination of the classic British pub and a Thai restaurant. On Church Road, just a short walk from Flixton station and thus easily accessible from Manchester city centre, they offer an authentic Southeast Asian meal cooked to your order – so you can have it as spicy or as mild as you like – and still be assured of picking up a top quality pint at the same time.
The Thai restaurant/British pub combo might not seem like the obvious combination to bring to the streets of Urmston, but at The Village Pub and Thai Restaurant, they’ve been quietly making waves doing just that. Situated in the Manchester suburbs, and just yards from Flixton railway station, their Thai chefs serve up all the curries, soups and stir-fries that one would associate with Thailand, whilst their bar-staff pair them with a full range of ales, wines and spirits. It’s an unusual mix, but it sounds brilliant to us.
Their menu is a tour of the wonderful world of Thai cooking. In Thailand they like to balance sweet, sour, spicy and salty to create a rounded meal, and at The Village, they endeavour to do the same. All their dishes are cooked to order, so they can adjust the levels of heat to suit your tastes. We recommend a set menu, which allows you to sample a selection of all the dishes on offer in this corner of Urmston-turned-Bangkok. We also recommend booking a table, as the spice squads of Manchester are becoming aware of the fare available, and with such a close distance to Flixton station, they’re heading out too!