Seductively decorated in dark woods and chic fabrics, Sri Thai City is a sophisticated City restaurant with a buzzy, lively atmosphere. An array of pan-Asian cooking adds to the stylish vibe, with sumptuous dishes such as black cod with empress pesto and crispy holy basil or stir-fried lobster with sweet chilli sauce joined by set menus and a slick wine list. A handsome spot for grown-up dining.
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Sri Thai City
85A London WallThe CityLondonEC2M 7AD
I did hesitate when picking this place to eat, seeing the mediocre Yelp reviews, but convenience won over sense, and so I ended up coming here for lunch. The decor downstairs is lovely and it's deceptively large, but the service was kind of weird - changing wait staff every time, which led to a sort of kaleidoscope feel.
Our food came really (too) quickly - within about 4 minutes, which along...more
I had a craving for pad kee mao, so ordered a take out for lunch. It was the worst I've ever had.
The noodles were dry, and the entire dish was simply tasteless. It lacked any of the flavourful tastes typical of this dish, and I was left eating what felt like just plain, dry rice noodles. Some of the ingredients were so sub par that I found myself spitting it out. I'm a huge fan of Thai food...more
Eight colleagues chose this delightful Thai restaurant on London Wall Street. Not busy on a Monday evening.
Most excellent meal with intense Thai flavors.
Chose the most excellent Neua Phad Phrig, Stir-fried Beef with Onion, Chili and Garlic, £9. Pic uploaded.
For appetizer, chose the Tom Kha Koong/Kai, Lemon Grass Soup with Prawns, £6. Pic uploaded.
Stick with beer or wine; unable to make...more
I wish I could rate this higher, but my dinner companion arrived 20 mins before me (my fault!) and wasn't even offered a drink while she waited. Service did not come with the traditional Thai smile, and the food was pretty mediocre. My veg green curry came with a decent enough sauce, but contained boiled spuds (!), full size aubergine instead of baby ones, and no snow peas. Nothing else we ate...more