About Thai Orchid
A must try !
Beautiful presented freshly cooked food and friendly helpful and curteous staff highly recommended
This restaurant was just fantastic. Party of 10 and we all loved it. Food was amazing and the service was friendly and very efficient. Also very comfortable. Will definitely be back when in Glasgow.
Welcoming city centre Thai restaurant
Thai Orchid is situated on Argyle Street in Glasgow’s city centre and allows diners to take a time out from the hustle and bustle of the city. The restaurant’s gentle Thai music and friendly staff allow you to truly relax and enjoy some of the fantastic dishes on offer. Offering a perfect balance of traditional and modern cuisine, Thai Orchid delivers flavours one would normally have to travel half a world away to experience.
Thai tapas lunches & relaxing evening meals
The restaurant chefs use their skills to prepare a whole host of classic and contemporary dishes as well as a Thai take on tapas dining with items like the Thai pu-ra (deep fried battered vegetables with a sweet chilli sauce); glass noodle salad (vermicelli noodle salad with seafood, mince, chicken, shallots, coriander, spring onions and a chilli lime dressing); and the popular pork spare ribs.
Be sure to sample some of Thai Orchid’s signature dishes, such as the burning chicken volcano (pieces of fillet of chicken, stir fried with vegetables in a sweet chilli sauce and then ‘lit up like a volcano’); the duck tamarind (chargrilled duck breast topped with a caramelised tamarind sauces and served on a bed of greens); and the chu chee prawns (king prawns prepared with curry paste, sweet basil, coconut milk and garnished with shredded lime leaves).
Close to Central Station, city centre accessibility
Thai Orchid is on Hope Street in the city centre of Glasgow, a short walk from Glasgow Central train station and taxi ranks. St. Enoch Subway station is a leisurely 10 minute stroll from the restaurant and there are several bus stops also nearby. Guests travelling by car can may wish to use paid parking facilities a short distance away at the Q-Park car park on Waterloo Street or the NCP car park on Oswald Street.