Busaba Eathai offers an exotic Thai fusion of the traditional and the contemporary. An intimate, Oriental-styled interior is the setting for a menu of innovative, eclectic dishes. Traditional noodle and soup specialities are bursting with bold flavours, and long wooden tables help create a friendly, bustling setting for casual meals.
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Busaba Eathai Chelsea
358 Kings RoadChelseaLondonSW3 5UZ
- +44 20 7349 5488
I am writing this review after having been there for 5/6 times in half year! Each time I order different food and I love them ALL! For drinks I love the lemonade there. It's not pricey and lunch menu is a good choice to have a budget meal! One thing I don't like is the seats. The majority of the tables are big ones which can seat at least 10 ppl. But i usually go there with my bf and we have...more
Very nice ambience (except for the smoking incense). We eat Thai every week and this food was good, but the portions were very small for what they are charging. This is the first time I've left a Thai restaurant still hungry so be prepared to order more food than you normally would at a Thai restaurant. I'd say this is a great place to hang with friends over cocktails and some light eating...more
For my work leaving do dinner, I decided to go to Busaba Eathai Chelsea on Kings road and as always on a Friday it was heaving queues of people but to my surprise like before, the wait was only minimal, it felt like about 5 minutes. We got a fairly decent square table for 8 to 10 people even though there was only four of us. Atmospherically, the restaurant was lively and busy, so do expect a...more
I stopped in at Busaba on a whim on Saturday night and I'm so glad I did! I'd been before, but not for a while, and had forgotten how much I like the chain. Every branch is quite similar in concept - lots of dark coloured wood and low lighting, communal tables, generally good service, and excellent food.
I always order either the Calamari or the Pandan Chicken at Busaba - both are wonderful....more
I'll admit I've been hugely unfair to Busaba over the years. Perhaps it's because I was wholly unimpressed when I went about 12 years ago, or perhaps because I'm mistrustful of people raving about it. Whatever it is, I've been unfair. As a whole package, they're nice places. I like the feel of the place and it turns out the food has improved quite a bit since that one trip years ago.