Restaurants, Thai, "Edinburgh"

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Chaophraya

33 Castle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3DN

Taking over the prestigious former premises of Oloroso, up above George Street, high-end Thai chain Chaopraya is a masterclass in studied swankiness. The large space is broken up into intimate booths and softlit corners eyed by solemn Buddhas, with…

Passorn

23–23a Brougham Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9JU

Small and staunchly independent, Tollcross gem Passorn is now approaching its fourth birthday. Owner Cindy Sritsotorn has carved out a niche among larger and longer-established haunts by holding true to her passion for good cooking and uncompromising…

Cyclamen

21 Argyle Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1JJ

Thaisanuk

142–144 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5HG

Shamoli

105 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1SG

Shamoli specialises in food from North India and Thailand - perfect for groups who are split in what kind of Asian food they would like. There are a range of Thai stir fies and also Thai curries including Chicken Panang a dish which combines coconut…

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Dusit

49a Thistle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1DY

A perennial player in the mix of Edinburgh's top Thai restaurants, Dusit proves that consistency needn’t be dull, dishing up the same brand of polished, Thai fine dining in the heart of city for over a decade. Nestled on Thistle Street away from the…

Celadon

49–51 Causewayside, Edinburgh, EH9 1QF

Lying just far enough outside the city centre to be considered off the beaten track, Causewayside is never the less blessed with some decent dining options, of which Celadon is one of the best. The atmosphere is casual but homely thanks to some rustic…

Bluerapa Thai

6 Torphichen Place, Edinburgh, EH3 8DU

Small, sparse and brightly lit, Bluerapa has been plying its trade in the unprepossessing Haymarket byway of Torphichen Place for just under two years. Punters in search of fine dining might consider venturing furthering into town – the food here is…

Suree Thai

42 St Stephen Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5AL

Thai Basil

14B Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH8 9DH
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Ruan Siam

48 Howe Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6TH

In a new home or a restaurant, basements have a reputation for being filled with flotsam and jetsam, with just the occasional gem showing up how a well an underground space can be used – Ruan Siam is one such space. While intimate, fairy-lit nooks will…

Bangkok Bar

36 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3SB

Songkran II

8 Gloucester Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6EG

Thai Orchid

5A Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2PW

Situated just a quick sidestep off of the Royal Mile, Thai Orchid could be forgiven for trading on its tourist friendly site. However, aside from its unassuming decor, the laughing Buddhas and bamboo screens that seem rather kitsch, everything else…

Absolute Thai

22 Valleyfield Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9LR

Absolute Thai is an unassuming treasure. On stepping through the curtained doorway, diners feel sequestered from the outside world. The restaurant may be small, but the limited space makes for a feeling of cosy intimacy with small touches of kitsch…

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Zen Kitchen

138 Dundas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5DQ

Zen kitchen serves up unique pan-Asian cuisine. The premises are bright and sleekly designed and the well-laid out menu outlines cooking times, spice levels and potential allergies as well as identifying the origin of each dish. The menu includes small…

Phuket Pavilion

8 Union Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3LU

Veteran restaurateur Bill Parkinson has been in the business for 46 years and it shows. Service is a speciality: he wants people to relax while they eat. If you’re enjoying his pre-theatre menu before heading across the road to the Playhouse you might…

Port of Siam

1 Barony Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6PD

Established Newhaven restaurant Port of Siam has gravitated towards town with its second branch, bringing with it the same Thai fusion menu and wonderfully fresh seafood that have made it justly popular with riverside locals. The Barony Street branch is…

Port of Siam

3 Pier Place, Edinburgh, EH6 4LP

Given Thailand’s multitude of islands and strong fishing heritage, it is no surprise that Thai cookery enjoys such an affinity with seafood. Few restaurants, however, have married this to Scotland’s bountiful larder as well as Port of Siam. Sourcing all…

Time 4 Thai

45 North Castle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3BG

Entering from the grey Georgian slope of North Castle Street, the immediate impression fostered by the distractingly named Time 4 Thai is that of a well-turned-out place. The designers pursued a purple theme, with folded plum napkins, mauve chairs and a…

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Wok and Wine

57a Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1LH

Run by the gregarious Stephanie Lo, Wok and Wine occupies a particular niche at the more elaborate end of Edinburgh’s Chinese dining scene. Beige walls, potted plants and long tablecloths give an upper-crust air that disguises its basement location, and…

Nanyang Malaysian Cuisine

Unit 1, 3–5 Lister Square, South Pavilion, Quartermile, Edinburgh, EH3 9GL

Nanyang is run by May Lin and Chee Wei Pang, an upbeat couple with the express intention of bringing Malaysia’s diverse cuisine to an international market. An intention which, coupled with a white-box premises among the great glass towers of the…

Spirit of Thai

44 Grindlay Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9AP

Sandwiched as it is between two of the capital’s foremost arts venues, the Usher Hall and the Lyceum Theatre, this smallish concern will never lack for footfall. Pleasant and unobtrusive staff, gold-accented décor and soft lighting on small tables…

Ting Thai Caravan

8-9 Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH1 2QZ

Since the doors opened in early October 2013, it hasn't just been uni students keeping co-owners Malcolm Innes (The Outsider, founder of The Apartment) and Ilanna Middleton, along with chefs Ting and Ae busy: office workers and local residents alike are…

Thai Lemongrass

40–41 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4HJ

Perched atop the rise of Bruntsfield Place, Thai Lemongrass is a solid bet for those who like Far Eastern fare dispensed with a liberal spoon. The large glass-fronted space is rather draughty and could feel lacking in privacy if you’re after a venue for…