Busaba Eathai


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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Average main course: £10.00 (USD12.23) per diner
Average food spend: £25.00 (USD30.58) per diner

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Busaba Eathai

106–110 Wardour St
+44 (0)20 7255 8686
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 331 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Busaba Eathai

1.0 out of 5 16 October 2016
by Chrissy H.

Had a REALLY BAD case of food poisoning once which lasted 24 hours. Have never returned since....more

3.0 out of 5 29 September 2016
by Rich T.

I came on a Sunday night and the queue was about five parties deep. It took a while to get seated even though there were several seats available. Tables fit 12 - 16 people and we sat next to a random family.

One thing to note about this place is that the food comes out as soon as it is ready so do not expect the starters to come out first. My friend sat there with Pad Thai rapidly...more

5.0 out of 5 29 June 2016
by Connor B.

Great place - the food was lovely and the place had a wonderful vibe. I had a soft crab rice dish with spring rolls and prawn crackers. My friend had a chicken curry dish, which was also nice. They have a personal Thai beer which goes brilliantly with the dish.more

4.0 out of 5 2 June 2016
by Diana B.

The food was great. I had soft shell crab and Pad Kwetio. The Pad Kwetio only had 3 pieces of shrimp. This is not substantial. Another person I was with got the same amount of shrimp so it was intentional.

The atmosphere is very nice. They have large tables to seat about 9 people so you get seated with other groups. That concept is okay for me but might be awkward for some.more

5.0 out of 5 29 May 2016
by Eric R.

On our first night in London, I wanted something fun and flavorful in the SoHo area, or somewhere nearby, and we landed on Basuba Eathai.

The food was excellent, and the servers were very helpful and friendly. The way the restaurant is laid out, it is possible you may have to share a larger table (8 top) with another party. We shared with a nice group from Norway and had a nice chat with...more

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