Reviews on Asian food in Lancing, United Kingdom including Naaz Indian Restaurant, Issa Sushi, Thai Street Food, Alishaan, Imperial China, Prithiraj, Lemon Chilli Thai, Spice Thai Kitchen, Siam Thai, Shafiques
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4 based on 340 reviews
Shafiques is Worthing's longest running, family owned Indian restaurant. The reputation has been built on trust and a real family orientated service. We take great pride in our food and the quality. Without this, we would not be in operation for over 31 y
Have eaten here before, and was taken out for a Fathers Day dinner. The quality of the food is still excellent, and the service is attentive, without being overbearing. The reason this restaurant rates so highly in Worthing is simply because it is so good. I would recommend it without hesitation.
4 based on 116 reviews
We are a family-run authentic Thai restaurant located in central Worthing. Traditional food in Thailand is prepared in many ways - some very hot and spicy, some mild and fragrant, but all retain the unique characteristics of our country. The cooking can b
Having read reviews here, and been to Thailand several times myself, I was expecting a great meal, I was very disappointed. Nicely decorated clean restaurant, friendly staff, quickly cooked food but quality of the food wasn't generally good. Tiny place, only 30 covers, no need to book though as the food isn't very good, so even at 8pm on a Saturday night they weren't busy!Tom Yam soup tasted like fruity water, not much flavour at all, no spice in it unfortunately. Satay chicken starter tasted nice, but only a teaspoon of satay sauce provided. The menu says it's BBQ chicken and no mention of peanut sauce, that seemed most odd, it's actually grilled chicken, a very standard satay not as described (fortunately, as that really put me off). Pad Thai tasted nice, luckily not heaps of egg in it, could have done with a couple more pieces of chicken. Prawn with cashew nuts was not as described, I even checked with the waitress as to the contents of the dish as I hate peppers. She said it was like on the menu, just prawns, cashews and onions. Unfortunately it was 50% carrots and peppers! Prawns were lightly battered, they tasted nice, no liquid in the dish so it was sadly very dry. A very salty dish as well, I needed to ask for a glass of water so I could eat it. I managed to pick out the peppers, you could still taste them in the dish though. So annoying when I checked what was in it and still got peppers. No check backs, so no opportunity to tell staff about the issue.Staff prioritise phone orders over restaurant customers, even to the extent of rushing off half way through taking our order just to answer the phone! Not good service!Basil chilli chicken had a nice flavour, plenty of liquid with it too. All in all 5/10, certainly not half as good as authentic Thai food eaten in Thailand. Shame what the menu (and staff) says isn't what you actually get either. We won't bother eating here again.
4 based on 280 reviews
Spice Thai Kitchen is an Authentic, Thai Restaurant & Takeaway also offering free delivery in the local Worthing area.
A busy Friday night (so advisable to book which we did as it is a small family run restaurant) our table was already set together with a bowl of prawn crackers - a nice touch.We had a variety of starters - the dim sum were superb - full of meat and with a lovely subtle dipping bowl. Our party had the deep fried tofu, the spicy squid and the Tom Yum Soup. All beautifully presented. Almost too much if you are ordering mains.We had wanted to try the steamed sea bass but the table next to us had the last of the evenings catch. So instead we tried the Weeping Tiger - a dish many Thai's fail with the steak being too tough or chewy. No such problem here the meat was perfect and served with a beautiful sweet sauce. A red thai seafood curry was full of mussels, prawns and squid, the Chicken Thai Yellow curry smelt delicious and the Pad Thai noodles and the Stir Fried Spinach with Ginger beautiful but almost too much. We only needed 2 bowls of rice for 4 at this stage.With a Pinot to wash this all down the bill was very reasonable and we were the last ones out feeling very full but very well fed. As this is just next door to the Brookstead well worth a pint or two before a superb Thai meal awaits.
4 based on 165 reviews
A family run authentic Thai restaurant & take a way (Lemon Chilli Thai) provides a delicious selection of all you favourite Thai dishes which can be cooked suit all tastes and Thai food is not always spicy and it's fabulous diversity encompasses both spic
For starters we had the chicken satay (Â£4.95); the sauce was very good but the meat rather bland, comprising slices of chicken breast that were insufficiently marinated, together with Thai fish cakes (Â£5.95) that had a good taste and texture, as did the accompanying sauce. Som Tam papaya salad (Â£6.95) was very good and had a reasonable background heat. Tom Yam soup with prawns (Â£4.95) was rather one-dimensional and a bit disappointing. The Pla Pad Char (sea bass fillet) stir-fried with chilli, oyster sauce and Thai herbs (Â£11.95) was tasty, but not as spicy as advertised. The Gaeng Khua red coconut beef curry (Â£7.95) was excellent, with a good spicy kick. Jasmine rice portions were Â£2.95. For dessert we had nice banana fritters with ice cream (Â£3.95). To drink, a decent bottle of Chilean Merlot (Â£19.00) and a sparkling water (Â£3.50). Good attentive service in a pleasant restaurant. On the whole, average to very good dishes, but recommended. The bill came to Â£83.95 for two, not including service.
4 based on 193 reviews
We visited the restaurant on a Sunday afternoon having heard so many excellent reviews. Service was brilliant. Waiter very attentive but not too over the top! We ordered a Lamb Shashlik and a chicken chilly garlic dish. Chicken was tender and really tasty. Lamb was beautiful too. Only negative would be that there weren't many pieces of meat but loads of big chunks of onion to bulk up the dish. The rice and naan bread was gorgeous. It was a real bonus bringing our own booze too! All in all, a very nice experience. We're looking forward to visiting again and we'd definitely recommend it :0)
4 based on 425 reviews
Extensive menu with a range of the expected and some unusual items. We got takeaway as it was quite late, they had cutlery that we could use as we were bringing stuff back to a hotel room. Quick service. Reasonable price. Nice food.
4 based on 141 reviews
Having eaten in the restaurant on quite a few occasions we decided to get a takeaway from here last Saturday, we ordered at 6.30 and opted to collect it ourselves, all went smoothly. We ordered an onion bhaji starter, a Lamb Jalfrezi, a Chicken Dhansak, mushroom rice, Aloo gobi side and 2 poppadoms. The best thing was the rice! the Dhansak was like chicken in gravy, not hot, not sweet, not sour and no lentils. The Jalfrezi was like a lamb Rogan with chillies added and the Aloo Gobi just tasted of garlic. Cant say much about the onion bhaji as it was too hard to eat. We might give the restaurant another go but we definitely wont order another takeaway from here.
4 based on 657 reviews
Established February 2013A family run restaurant offering authentic Thai Street Food in a relaxed Thai Street style of dining.We offer a full lunch, evening and take-away menu which is constantly evolving as Yamin gains more and more confidence in the kit
Bit wacky and disorganised but its great. Dress casually.The food is outstanding despite the fact that you have to wait - it really is worth waiting for!We'll go to this place time and time again - never bored!Don't forget to book!!!Enjoy!!
4 based on 165 reviews
Got a delivery last night. Was really disappointed unfortunately. The satay chicken was a tiny portion of dried up chicken with the smallest pot of satay sauce ever, the fish cakes although tasty were burnt, and the egg fried rice was gloopy & cold. The only saving grace was the stir fried chicken with basil & chilli which was nice (but bordering on being over cooked too). What a shame because I have had better meals from this place.
4 based on 232 reviews
The Naaz is a favourite Indian restaurant in Lancing. The food is flavourful and plentiful and the prices are reasonable. The staff make this place wonderful. Always polite and friendly, quick to learn names and faces so that customers feel at home and valued.The menu has standard Indian restaurant fare however there are a number of dishes that are bespoke to the restaurant that are worth trying.Good for couples and families, this is a small local venue that has been updated to make the most of the small size. It is always popular so booking makes sense but is not always necessary.Definitely worth trying
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