Busaba Eathai is a casual dining venue where customers eat authentic modern fusion Thai dishes round communal tables. The modern interior with its square wooden tables and the washrooms with their ingenious basins all add to the atmosphere to make eating here an original experience.
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22 Store StreetLondonWC1E 7DF
- +44 (0)20 7299 7900
The decor at this restaurant is clean and modern, but the food is just okay. We had the lunch special which comes with tea, choice of appetizer and main dish. I had the spring roll with curry chicken with rice noodle.. The spring rolls were very small and not much flavor and the curry chicken with rice noodles came in a small bowl which taste like a soup. This wasn't what I was expecting...more
I've been to Busaba twice, and both times got the same thing - the lunch thali, which comes with a pot of tea, and then a starter and a main from a list. Both times I've had the spring rolls for starters and the chili beef with egg for the main. Obviously as it's marketed as a thali it all comes out at once.
The spring rolls are pretty bad. Both times. This time they came sitting in a half...more
As far as Thai restaurants go this was OK. Don't get me wrong - the food was tasty but I've had much better. I had the green curry fried rice which according to the menu is a new addition. It came with grilled chicken on the side. The sauce the chicken came in was tasty but the chicken was dry. A good thing about this place is that the spice level indicator on the menu is correct! My dish had...more
Busaba is always our default place to go on date night. I love the seating there, because it feels homey and family style.
I always order the Chicken Satai and the peanut sauce is always on point. When it come to mains, I love the Pad kewito (or Phat Si-Io). Basaba gives big portion sizes so I never leave here feeling hungry.
Service here is also great. We always get seated relatively quickly...more
I know this is a chain, but it's delicious.
Starters: Calamari is a must-have. Chicken satay was good, but the spring rolls are incredibly meh, as are the prawn crackers. DEFINITELY get the calamari!!
Entrees: Prawn fried rice is great, if a little low on the prawns. Pad thai jay, sen chai pad thai, pad thai, smoked chicken noodles, all great. Curries leave a little to be wanted, so try to...more