Welcome to Thai Aubergine.
Thai food is the cuisine base on foundation of healthy living, and with their flavoursome fresh ingredients they will provide a true gourmet experience, and the real taste of Thailand.
Whatever you taste their wide variety of menu will ensure your requirements are satisfied.
Whatever it is, a quick bite for lunch or a set banquet for the whole office, our team of chefs will provide the perfect selection.
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Venue Details & Map
109 King's Cross RoadKing's CrossLondonWC1X 9LR
- Public transport:
- King's Cross Thameslink, National Railway
Thai Aubergine was located in front of the Travelodge in King's Cross. There were only one couple (using a Tastecard) eating there at 18:35 yesterday. The owner (old female) and the female chef were sitting at one of the tables chatting. Two waitresses were busy chatting behind the counter; one was friendly and the other was surly.
Tod Mun Pia (Pla?) was tasty, but the texture was very...more
Really nice thai food. They make heavenly 'Tod man pla' or fish cakes. As a head I took the 'anglehair' noodles, which I enjoyed a lot too. It's a cosy little place. If I ever travel to London again, I'll be back!more
Thai Aubergine is one of my boyfriend's favourite places in London. Because it's Thai, and because it's right next to his work.
And yes, I must admit, it's pretty darn good. We get away from the traditional thai place with dishes that are a bit more original - the food is fresh, and the portions are good.
The atmosphere itself is really cute and cosy, it's a small restaurant, and would...more
I was surprised to read a negative review on this place having been brought here in a group by a friend who visits here regularly. I found the service to be efficient, the atmosphere warm and cosy and the food tasty, all for a reasonable price! What more could you want? :)more
Delicious food, lighting on my side of the room wasn't great (hence photo quality) but pretty good all in all. Waitress a bit impatient with me, and didn't look me in the eye. I'd come again for the food though!more