Wonderful smells waft out of this Thai restaurant above the Market Bar, beckoning you upstairs. The food is delicious - try the red curry with roast ... More
Market Thai Restaurant (The)
Wonderful smells waft out of this Thai restaurant above the Market Bar, beckoning you upstairs. The food is delicious - try the red curry with roast duck, pineapple and cherry tomatoes or the Pad Thai noodles. The one-plate express menus offered at lunchtime are a tasty bargain. The deco of carved Indian wooden arches and doorframes is interesting and the vantage view of Portobello Market from the large sash windows is fabulous. When they are thrown open on warm, dusky summer evenings, the atmosphere is positively divine.
The three of us shared three starters: Satay (grilled skewers of chicken with peanut sauce and a cucumber salad dip �3.95), Tempura Puk (my pick, a selection of vegetables deep-fried in tempura batter, served with a chilli sauce �3.75) and Tord Mun (deep fried spicy fish cakes, made fro improted Thai 'feather-back' meat, served with a delicate cucumber and peanut chilli dip �4.25).
My main was Chicken Choo Chee (chicken in, wok friend curry paste with coconut milk and kaffir lime leaves �4.95) and coconut rice.
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