|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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102 Tooley StreetLondonSE1 2TH
Top 5 reviews of Suchard
Ordered several starters between us, which came on a fancy platter that looked good and fit on the table much better than a bunch of individual dishes. I liked the approach.
The food was tasty if not memorable. The staff were helpful and quick.
There was a strange chemical smell that occasionally wafted over. It smelled clean but not exactly a great accompaniment to the food. more
Love, love, love, this place! You don't have to make a reservation and everything was superb! We ordered two imperial appetizer plates with chicken satay, chicken wings, veggie spring rolls, calamari, etc and that alone was a meal already! We also ordered chicken fried rice, sea bass in ginger sauce and pad Thai. It was absolutely one of the best Thai chicken fried rice I've had. Excellent... more
I felt that their food was quite outstandingly authentic. Honestly, it feel like a real Thai restaurant with its various photos of the King and gold decorations blinging the place out. I ordered the fixed price menu and was impressed primarily with the array of appetizers. It was a large platter of every fried street food you could have selected. The main courses were okay but I do admit if... more
Went here with a friend to grab a bite to eat for dinner on a weeknight. I was expecting it to be more crowded based on the reviews, but we were able to be seated right away.
To start off we had an order of the vegetable spring rolls and tempura vegetables. Both of them were decent--nothing super special about them, but good nonetheless.
For my main course, I got an order of the Chiang Mai... more
To be honest, pretty average Thai food. I got the chicken Pad Si Ew and it was tasty but the chicken was a little sketchy texture-wise, if you know what I mean. The reason I'm giving it four stars is because we saw these kids biking by outside the restaurant, like a huge group of 20+ teenage boys, and a lot of them were doing wheelies. more