One of the first upscale Thai restaurants to open in Beijing, Red Basil has built a considerable following. Elegantly decorated, this large Thai ... More
One of the first upscale Thai restaurants to open in Beijing, Red Basil has built a considerable following. Elegantly decorated, this large Thai restaurant with wooden floors is located on the Third Ring Road near the Kempinski Hotel. It combines modern style with an oriental touch. The ground floor is spacious with tables spread around the room. The balcony upstairs is slightly more private. The excellent selection of spicy and mild authentic Thai dishes includes pad thai, tom kari kai (chicken coconut soup), delicious kai hor bei tuey (chicken wrapped in pandana leaves), braised Thai style pork and several curries.
The food is too expensive for Beijing. With the same price you can eat at least 2 meals in other good restaurants. The food was not spectacular and the prices were high. Save your money and go to a good Chinese restaurant.
I lived in Beijing in 1996, and again from 1997-1999. This is the best Thai restaurant outside of Thailand.. and reasonable prices. They are very friendly and the food is fantastic. Don't miss this restaurant. Whenever we return to Beijing, my wife and I still make sure to go to this restaurant... we miss it a great deal
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