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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Venue Details & Map
35 Panton StreetLondonSW1Y 4EA
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Recently visited Busaba for a pre movie dinner to discover they do an excellent pre theatre set menu. Two courses for £9.90
I've always loved the food here, and with the pre theatre set menu it has become a really great value for money, tasty option for a quick feed.
We had the spring rolls and the Thai calamari. The calamari is an absolute favourite of mine, I always order it.
This is one of my favorite go-to places in London. The food is very tasty and affordable. Their Pandan chicken and Calamari are my usual orders but I've tried almost all of the dishes on their menu and I was satisfied with every one of them. The ambiance is trendy and cool. You share a table with others so if you are looking for someplace quiet and intimate to take your special someone...more
The first thing you notice about these restaurants is the amazing decor and the genuine atmosphere that comes along with it. The big tables are kind of strange but in a cool way, if your party is small you end up sitting sort of with other people which makes for a different experience. The food as well is absolutely lovely, though I do remember waiting a little while to get it and there being...more
Busaba Eathai is a chain, so while their food is predictable and good value for money, it's still not going to have that extra magic to merit 5 stars. This occasion that I went, the crab fried rice was a bit too salty unfortunately, but everything else that we ordered (particularly the fried chicken!) was enjoyable.
What I did want to highlight was the very good customer service we received....more
Busaba Eathai is one of London's few consistently good chains. They all look identical, but I don't hate them for it. I love the uniformity of the layout because it's so thoughtfully instigated, I love that you know what you're getting, and I love that what you're getting is frankly very good, and extremely fair value for money.
So whatever I say in a Busaba Eathai review will stand true...more