Contemporary fuses with traditional in this stylish, air-conditioned restaurant, ideal for dinner a deux. Brushed steel and concrete work remarkably well with the wood, bamboo and grey slate - a perfect backdrop for some impressive Thai artefacts - prayer scrolls, ornate dragons and buddhas and indigenous Thai art. The chic setting sets the scene for the dining experience to follow.
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Thai Square Angel
347 - 349 Upper Street IslingtonLondonN1 0PD
We were in a hurry to find a restaurant prior to attending to another event and didn't realize Thai Square was a chain because at the time there were two separate entries for this location on Yelp. One was called Thai Sqaure and the other Thai Square. The entry we looked at had 4.5 stars. Although I don't generally have problems with chains in the UK (Nando's is one of my favourite chains in...more
We had lunch there on a Saturday afternoon. The restaurant was pretty empty, which we didn't see as a bad thing, since it was quiet. The ambiance is nice and the service was prompt and the staff friendly. For starter, we had the mixed starter, an option with different bites of different appetisers, and we really liked it, there was fried shrimp, chicken, some sort of vegetable spring roll, a...more
Was in London for four days for a conference and had two dinners here with friends. Liked the atmosphere and the deco. The duck dish was good but the meat was a bit dry. The Sea Bass tasted like previously frozen. The second time we had tiger prawn and a tofu dish. and if was just so so. But the ambiance is quite nice and the place is packed on a Wednesday and a Friday.more
Sit down. Br not handicap accessible down stairs. Bit noises. Clean. Good menu. Prix fix and aka carte as well
Just up the street from Angel Station. It is a sit down restaurant, nicely decorated, but quite crowded and noisey. The bathrooms(/or toilets in the UK) are downstairs and quite clean.
The restaurant had a good menu, and items were available either as Prix fixe for ala carte....more
Went for a quick dinner before catching a show, and it was a treat. I had pad kee mao with Thai iced tea, and everything was solid.
With pad kee maos, the blend of rice noodles with seafood and the sauce are two most important things. Whilst I've had better seasonings before, Thai Square made the cut for me with its sufficiently spicy and flavourful yet clean and simple sauce. It also had...more