Busaba Eathai offers an intimate dining experience thanks to its cosy yet deceiving size, allowing one to escape the continuous excitement of London’s historic Covent Garden marketplace. A discrete mezzanine area overlooks the main dining room, which is also available to reserve for group bookings and semi private dining.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
Busaba Eathai - Floral Street
44A Floral StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2E 9DA
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- Covent Garden, Underground
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Like most Asian restaurants in London, the food here is not authentic by any means. It's expensive, and the portions are small, and the food is under-spiced to be acceptable to European tastes. Again, this is mostly due to being in London (or Europe for that matter).
The restaurant's menu is lacking. They seem to have invented lots of "fusion" dishes, and have hardly any Thai staples aside...more
I've been going to branches of Busaba Eathai since 2005 and I really love this place. Overall really good Thai food and a great dining experience.
Food: The food is very good. We had:
1) Pad kwetio - yum
2) Pad Thai - one of the best
3) Green chicken curry - really great flavor
Service: No complaints.
Value: Midrange restaurant for Central London and the quality of food is worth the...more
Second visit here, and once again was not disappointed. Great atmosphere, lovely food and certainly doesn't break the bank (couple of us ate for under a fiver with the tastecard - no booking needed to use, just rock up) with good portions too.
Try the guava Collins drink too, lovely!more
Very affordable and tasty Thai food. I'd seen this chain (10 restaurants in London) recommended in various places and I'd say it's a great alternative to the blander, overpriced fare on offer at Wagamama and co. The food here is very reasonably priced (lots of dishes under £7 which really impressed me) and my chicken and lemongrass soup, as recommended by another review, was excellent (except...more
We dined at a newly opened Busaba Eathai branch restaurant in Floral Street, just outside the stage doors of the Royal Opera House in Convent Garden. Very convenient location, specially after attending a wonderful concert. It was a great surprise for us to find such an attentive staff, delicious food and relaxed atmosphere. Prices were really reasonable, not only by London standards. Don't...more