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
356-364 King's RoadLondonSW3 5UZ
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.
Good food, reasonable prices, quick service and nice (although can be noisy) atmosphere. My safe bet for a simple and affordable meal with friends. Only is you should be prepared to wait at peak times - up to an hour. Otherwise good place to go.more
Best calamari I've ever had! The green papaya salad is also very good (a bit spicy though)! It's a very casual restaurant. You share the table with other people and you have to order everything at the same time, i.e., starters and main courses all together.more