If you’re looking for delicious Thai food then you’ll be spoilt for choice here in Brighton and Hove. We’ve put together our top three restaurants serving the most authentic Thai food and plenty of spice!
We were so excited when the Giggling Squid came to Brighton & Hove, bringing with it it’s fresh and exciting dishes and elegant, contemporary restaurant décor. It really is Thai food sensation- unique dishes with amazing colours, exquisite and authentic textures and tastes.
Seafood here is amazing and knowing everything is cooked from scratch by Thai chefs using locally sourced ingredients just makes it taste even better! Try the Giggling Squid (£7.95), Phuket Pearl scallops (£8.50) or classic Tom Yum Soup with prawn. You can also get your favourite dishes, such as Thai Green Curry (from £6.50) and delicious stir-fry (from £5.70). There are lots of vegetarian options available. The chefs here will make each dish as hot or mild as you like too.
If you love Thai food, you really must pay this restaurant a visit!
To find out more information please visit the official website: www.gigglingsquid.com
11 Market Street
Tel: 01273 737373
129 Church Road
Tel: 01273 771991
Sukhothai is a fantastic Thai restaurant located in the heart of Brighton just off the seafront. I’ve always loved the restaurant for it’s very friendly and efficient service and the authentic and somewhat peaceful Thai ambience it radiates. There are water features, colourful orchids and traditional Thai art displayed throughout the restaurant. In summer, guests can dine in the sheltered garden terrace, complete with lanterns and tea lights.
The food is excellent- powerful flavours and vibrant colours. I would recommend the steamed mussels with lemongrass and holy basil (£4.95) or Mixed platter (£10.95 for two people) to start, and the grilled whole fish (£9.95) or Goong Sam Rod butterfly king prawn with spicy chilli sauce (£7.95) for main. Of course, the curry dishes are delicious too, with Green to Red and Jungle curry on offer (from £6.95). There’s so much delicious fare to choose from on the menu, you really are spoilt for choice.
It gets busy here, as the prices are very reasonable, so best to book a table to avoid disappointment. Sukhothai Palace also offers a fantastic 2-course lunch menu for just £4.95. khawp khun kaa Sukhothai!
To book a table or to find out more information please visit the official website: www.spalace.co.uk
62 Middle Street
Tel: 01273 748448
Sabai Thai Gastrobar
Sabai Thai Gastrobar is conveniently located in the centre of Brighton next to the historical Royal Pavilion Gardens and close to Brighton’s theatres, including Theatre Royal, which makes it the perfect place to dine before watching a performance, or if you want to stay close to town.
The atmosphere is certainly relaxed (Sabai means relaxed in Thai), with its stylish surroundings, Thai furniture and art. The menu is extensive offering all the Thai favourites and slightly more authentic dishes, such as Si Krong Moo Nam Pueng (honey spare ribs, £8.95), spicy Larb salad (£6.95) and Tord Nun pla (Thai fish cakes, £5.95). You will find some great desserts on the menu too, if you have any room left after this gastronomic feast.
For more information or to make a reservation, please visit the official website: www.sabaibrighton.co.uk
165 – 169 Princes House,
Tel: 01273 773030
Thai Curry photograph stevendepolo