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43B Frederick Street, EH2 1EP
City Centre, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Cuisine: Thai
A Polynesian paradise in Edinburgh city centre, The Auld Reekie Tiki Bar is on Frederick Street. It is a warren-like basement bar which is easily identifiable by the Easter Island style heads which guard its entrance. In addition to a wide range of Tiki cocktails – all served in custom-made ceramic mugs – fun is very much on the menu here. Along with DJs and dancing, the attractions include live sport, foosball, vintage arcade games and the Reekie Tiki Skate Girls. If you want to eat late, The Auld Reekie Tiki Bar serves food until midnight, Monday to Wednesday, and until 2am, the rest of the week.
79 Albion Street, G1 1NY
Merchant City, Glasgow
Cuisine: Cuisine: Japanese, Thai, Pan-Asian
The latest addition to the Bar Soba family is on Albion Street in Glasgow’s vibrant Merchant City. The Bar Soba brand is built on pan-Asian street food, cool cocktails, DJs and a hip manga/graffiti decor. This new branch is popular for lunch, after work drinks and, of course, weekend parties and pre-club drinks.
11 Mitchell Lane, G1 3NU
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Japanese
Discretely tucked away down Mitchell Lane, Glasgow’s Bar Soba is a trendy restaurant and bar that ensures its customers have a good time whether they have come for some fresh pan-Asian food, a cocktail master class or simply for a drink and some top tunes at one of the regular Bar Soba club nights.
150 Commercial Street, EH6 6LB
Cuisine: Cuisine: Far Eastern, Indian, Thai
Named after the Royal Yacht Britannia which is berthed nearby, Britannia Spice is located in a former whisky warehouse on Commercial Street. The restaurant itself is in ship-shape condition; immaculately clean with rope ladders and ships’ helms carefully chosen to accentuate the maritime theme. Child-friendly and wheelchair accessible, Britannia Spice serves multi-ethnic cuisine with dishes from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Thailand. An AA Rosette for culinary excellence is the latest in a long line of awards.
The Townhouse, G1 2LL
Set over four floors of a Buchanan Street townhouse, Chaophraya is Europe’s largest Thai restaurant. It is also a strong contender to be the continent’s most spectacular Thai – how many other restaurants boast a romantic Buddha balcony where two diners can eat high above the main dining room?
311-313 Hope Street, G2 3PT
Cuisine: Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Thai
To label Dragon-I a Chinese restaurant doesn’t really do it justice. Located on Hope Street, Dragon-I offers dishes influenced by Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, as well as the vast Chinese repertoire of cooking styles, and is best described as a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant.
562 Dumbarton Road, G11 6RH
West End, Glasgow
Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Southeast Asian, Thai
Taking inspiration from the holiday hot spots of the Pacific Rim, Honu is on Dumbarton Road – Glasgow’s answer to Polynesia. With cool blue walls and great views of the Dumbarton Road street life, this casual bar diner is a laidback spot for sipping a couple of cocktails or grazing on an aubergine burger. Perhaps with some salted edamame beans on the side.
28 Bernard Street, EH6 6PP
Cuisine: Cuisine: Indian, Thai, Vegetarian/Vegan
Mintleaf is a vibrant restaurant on Bernard Street in Leith and offers authentic Thai and Indian cuisine. Around the corner from The Shore, the restaurant is wheelchair accessible, child-friendly, and also boasts two private dining rooms on the mezzanine floor. Striking as the decor is, it’s the Indian and Thai dishes which keep the customers coming back.
2 Partick Bridge Street, G11 6PL
Cuisine: Cuisine: Eclectic, Thai
Opened in the autumn of 2017, the Nam Tuk Tram Stop is a pan-Asian restaurant on Partick Bridge Street by the bottom of Byres Road. Mixing bamboo fittings, manga murals and hanging silk lanterns, it is a colourful, buzzy spot for a fun meal, an inventive cocktail or a frosty Tsing Tao beer.
105 High Street , EH1 1SG
Old Town, Edinburgh
Combining northern Indian and Thai dishes, Shamoli Restaurant sits right in the heart of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. The smart, modern interior at Shamoli Restaurant mirrors the precise, contemporary presentation of the food.
Silverburn, G53 6QR
near Glasgow, Glasgow
Pronounced ‘tycoon’, the Thaikhun in Glasgow’s Silverburn Centre is a casual Thai restaurant from the owners of Chaophraya Thai Restaurant group. Decked out with diverse Thai bric-a-brac and featuring open kitchens, Thaikhun is designed to feel like a bustling Bangkok street restaurant.
2-4 Camphill Avenue, G41 3AY
South Side, Glasgow
Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Seafood, Thai
Stylish hotel dining with a Scottish twist on the South Side
Housed in an elegant Victorian townhouse overlooking Queen’s Park, the Ivory Hotel offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus served in the airy conservatory or the elegant and intimate restaurant with some booth seating. Everything is prepared freshly each day, with an emphasis on using the finest seasonal and locally-sourced produce wherever possible.
214 Bath Street, G2 4HW
Tiki Bar & Kitsch Inn provides a swanky surroundings, to enjoy some fantastic fresh Thai cuisine on Bath Street in Glasgow’s city centre.
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