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.
The original Busaba Eathai opened in 1999 in London's Soho. Fifteen years later, there are still queues along the street every night of the week.
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Venue Details & Map
106–110 Wardour StLondonW1F 0TR
- +44 (0)20 7255 8686
Be ready to sit with others as there are no private tables ...however service was rather quick and courteous (although, our waiter couldn't tell us how the Mango Lassi was made because, according to her, 'I'm not the Chef' ...anyhoo, the food was good ...altogether, had the Chicken Lollipop, Goong Tohd, Smoked Chicken, Chilli Prawns, and Chicken Breast...and all were good ...will visit again.more
My friend and I really fancied some quick Thai food so popped in here between cocktail bars. We were seated quickly (be-warned the tables are sharing tables only so you are sat on a corner of a table of 8) however once sat were left waiting quite a long time to have our order taken. We both went for a Pad Thai and boy did it come quickly. Unfortunately it was COLD - not luke warm but FREEZING....more
The food was average with prices to be expected for the area. If you want authentic Thai food look elsewhere and boy are there plenty of other/better Thai options in London! Service was a little slow but the food came out really fast.more
Busaba Eathai Soho is situated right in the centre of Covent Garden and naturally had a long queue outside so it was helpful that we had a reservation.
All of the tables were square and could fit 12 diners but they insisted on a strange seating plan because of another reservation which meant that I was on a limb and separate from the rest of my group. It also meant that I was ignored by the...more
Think about the drab, flavorless stereotype of British food, and then think about it's exact opposite and you'd get Busaba. This place is awesome - they have a lot of locations, which is usually a red flag for me, but the fact that more areas of the city get to experience its awesomeness is fine with me. I've been to the Soho location and the Leicester Square location. Which one is better?...more