Busaba Eathai is a casual dining venue where customers eat authentic modern fusion Thai dishes round communal tables. The modern interior with its square wooden tables and the washrooms with their ingenious basins all add to the atmosphere to make eating here an original experience.
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I love Busaba! The calamari is always a winner for me and my friends and it's one dish no one ever wants to share. I have been to most of the Busaba's in London and it can get quite busy and loud in most. The sharing tables are fine, but not good for people on first dates, please don't put yourself and others through that trauma! I have had to witness it. The service is always good and...more
Eat there today, it's a average Thai restaurant, which means I enjoyed my meal. The menu is select, and many of the dishes that I enjoy are not on the menu, specifically larb. Mixed experience on the food, the fish curry was excellent, the Pad Kwiteow Gai was good, and the Pad King Talay was just faire. The service was prompt and courteous and the décor was very nice. I recommend it, but...more
A couple of my friends are always banging on about how amazing Busaba is and I just thought they were being over the top but then when the three of us and another friend went there a few months ago, I was pleasantly surprised.
I found it difficult to choose from the menu as there were so many things I liked the sound of, so my friend and I decided to share - from memory we had coconut rice;...more
I've always liked this place- sure, it's a little overpriced and a little clattery, but the food is decent enough, if it's not the greatest place.
It gets the bump up due to excellent service-- or an excellent recovery. Got in, seated promptly and then sat about 5 minutes. The maiitre'dnoticed I hadn't been served and got right on it- then brought me one of their super-expensive...more
When my friends, who know I am a fan of Thai cuisine, heard that I hadn't yet been to Busaba, looked at me aghast. I'd since resolved that I'd eat at the establishment at the first opportunity available. And such an occasion arrived soon enough when a friend was in town and made plans to meet his friends over dinner. And he said, we're meeting at Busaba at Piccadilly Circus. And I trotted on...more