Had dinner here on Christmas Eve and couldn't fault it - food was amazing, staff were very friendly and helpful and the prices are great - will definitely be back!
Excellent food and service. We'll definitely be back and recommend this to everyone.
Contemporary Thai restaurant in city centre
Thairiffic is an elegant, contemporary Thai restaurant in Glasgow’s city centre. Ideally situated on Sauchiehall Street, Thairiffic is also walking distance from Glasgow’s famous Kings Theatre on Bath Street and a short distance from Charing Cross train station. Spacious and airy, the restaurant has a warm and relaxed atmosphere, which is also present in the separate bar and roomy waiting area. The restaurant is also child-friendly with highchairs and smaller portions available.
A modern take on traditional Thai cuisine
Thairiffic’s chefs are highly experienced and adept in creating the rich flavours that characterise Thai cuisine. They are happy to prepare dishes for customers not on the set menus, including a variety of vegetarian options.
Some popular dishes include pla ma-maung (crispy sea bass with mango salad), tally pad pong kari (seafood stir fried in yellow curry), massamun curry (traditional mild curry with coconut milk, potatoes, onions & roasted cashew nuts), and the delightfully named drunken udon (spicy noodles or spaghetti with basil, chillies, bamboo shoots, green beans & your choice of meat).
City centre transport links & accessibility
Thairiffic is a first-floor restaurant on Sauchiehall Street and is a brisk 5 minute walk from Charing Cross train station. Payable parking is available at the Q-Park on Bath Street, a short distance away. The restaurant is 15 minutes from both Queen Street and Glasgow Central train stations, and is also within walking distance of several bus stops.