Find out what Thai restaurants to try in Charlton Kings including Bangkok Kitchen, The Spice Lodge, Siam Smile Restaurant, The Vine, Thai Emerald - Cheltenham, Giggling Squid Cheltenham
4 based on 212 reviews
We booked this restaurant due to a recommendation. We werenât to be disappointed - the atmosphere has a buzz to it and the restaurant was so busy which seems to be normal as the staff cope so well. The staff were lovely & polite & our waitress helped me to make my choices. I had the spring rolls to start which were delicious & very filling as the portion size was quite big & then I had king prawn pad Thai which again was lovely & tasted very fresh. Unfortunately I had no room left for a dessert but they looked really nice too. Will definitely book this restaurant again when in Cheltenham. Thank you.
4 based on 667 reviews
The Thai Emerald recreates the warm and friendly atmosphere of Thailand, with enthusiastic Thai staff dressed in beautiful silk, who are always delighted to provide a personal, courteous service in the true tradition of Thai culture. Most importantly, our
First visit. A Wednesday night at 7.45. Absolutely packed. A fairly brusque welcome but they were clearly busy. Spare rib and spring rolls starters were both very good indeed as we're the green curry and massaman. Generous portions and full of flavour. We were served by no less than four different staff members on the night and the food took a while. The staff were friendly but clearly extremely rushed.
4 based on 267 reviews
We happened upon this place while staying nearby recently. From the outside it looks like a very traditional corner pub - more homely than fine dining but the menu tempted us inside. Fortunately we were fairly early so were able to get a table without booking though it soon filled up. The food was cooked to order, tasty and reasonably priced, service prompt and friendly. Would happily return.
4 based on 241 reviews
Siam Smile focuses on a fusion of Thai and Malaysian cuisine and giving you the true South-East Asian culinary experience. Located in Suffolk Road, within walking distance of Cheltenham town centre and with a car park nearby, Siam Smile is ideal for coupl
I agree totally with the previous reviewer. We have been to the restaurant several times before and have always had friendly service and found it to have a pleasant ambience - in fact we've recommended it to Gold Cup guests in the past. but this evening it was like an entirely different place. The waitress was unfriendly, surly, ungracious and made us feel very unwelcome - not a smile in sight. We felt she couldn't wait to rush us through our meal, give us the bill and get us to leave. And not a word of farewell when we went. When will restaurateurs realise that we pay a lot of money to eat out, and it isn't just about being fed, it's about having an enjoyable evening too - and it is the service that makes the difference. Either they have changed their staff or they save the best for the weekends (we went on a Thursday evening and it was pretty quiet....only 3 tables in total). Please take note of this, Siam Smile, or you will find your loyal following will diminish quickly in a town this size once the word gets around. No restaurant can afford to become complacent - there are lots of others springing up around you, including a newish Thai restaurant in Montpellier. The food was fine, but as I say it's just as much about the ambience as the food. I don't think we'll be going back.
4 based on 1252 reviews
Located in the former old mansion house on Montpellier Drive, Spice Lodge- Cheltenham's premier Pan Asian restaurant - provides you with a new and exciting taste of Asia. The restaurant is divided into separate areas and dining rooms, each having its own
This lovely restaurant was recommended to us by a member of staff at our hotel in Cheltenham. The food was delicious, staff were very friendly and gave excellent advice about food choices. Beautifully clean, great service and value for money. Would highly recommend.
5 based on 350 reviews
A family run Thai Restaurant by the Jirayingmongkol brothers âNadraweeâ (Head Chef) and âKitâ (Sous Chef) serving authentic Thai cuisine with decades of experienced bringing the best flavours to your plate.
A regualr group of us meet for a bite to eat and some food...first time we have tried this place and not disappointed. Everyone thought the food was excellent...and if you are from Chelt, it is the same family/people who used to produce the Thai food at the Suffolk Arms pub. Very much recommended.Dear Nick,We appreciate your time and efforts to state your experiences on Trip Adviser, for the benefit of the others. Truly touched by your words of appreciation and encouragement.Further to your tremendous dining experience, you have made additional efforts to elaborate details of our food and service. We are honoured to have genuine patrons like you who acknowledge our endeavour.Looking forward to another opportunity to serve you again.Best Regards,Team Bangkok Kitchen
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