The Blue Elephant is more than just a restaurant, it is a journey into the heart of Thailand where visitors can enjoy the sights, smells and flavours of this enchanted kingdom. The restaurant’s consistently high standards in both the quality of food and service ensure that it is just as popular today as it has always been.
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Venue Details & Map
Blue Elephant Thai Restaurant
Imperial Wharf, Townmead RoadLondonSW6 2UB
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Set price menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
It was an ok experience , manager stressed as staff didn't have a clue what was going on *bless him* service was good but the food wasn't the best . I've had better Thai food somewhere else before so I won't be coming back .more
Located on the Thames at Imperial Wharf, was worth the journey it took to get to this location. The ambience and decor of this restaurant is gorgeous! Beautiful orchids, polished wood, and vibrant Thai fabrics. I loved the bar which looks like a dragon boat from the Chao Phraya in Bangkok. The food was as exotic, authentic, and delicious. The best Thai food that I have had outside of Thailand....more
They've now moved to Imperial Wharf with views on the Water. Very cool, calming and Zen-like decor with lush foliage indoors - reminescent of Thailand and the East.
The service was good and warm. We got the tasting menu (£55 pp) and asked them to substitute the black pepper prawns for the salmon. That is by far the most amazing thing on the menu. Make sure to suck the little prawn-brains out...more
The venue is very pretty with Thai decor. Service is superb & welcoming. Foie gras in tamarind sauce was proper fried goose liver. Crab in yellow curry doesn't beat the Singaporean one but not far. generally good food but pretty expensive.more
This was not an ordinary brunch or Sunday buffet. I think the word buffet even underrates it just because people now associate Oriental buffets as cheap and low quality food that's just easy going. But I seriously think I've found the best Oriental buffet in London or what they call 'unlimited Sunday Brunch'. Of course you are paying £30 pp instead of the usual £6-£10.
The place is stunning...more