Restaurants, Thai, "Edinburgh"

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Bangkok Bar

36 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3SB

The old Blue Moon Café may be a sadly missed Broughton Street institution, but Newhaven-based Asian fusion restaurant Port of Siam’s opening of a new branch in its place has brought a new and intriguing personality to the spot. Annexing the restaurant…

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…

Chaophraya

33 Castle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3DN

If you are looking for a destination dining experience featuring Thai food, then Chaophraya should fit the bill perfectly. With its city-centre rooftop location, intricate lighting arrangements and stunning view of the castle, this place is all about…

Krua Khun Mae

29 Cockburn Street, 1 Craig's Close, Edinburgh, EH1 1BN

Krua Khun Mae translates as 'mother’s kitchen', a name chosen by new owner Anan to reflect the homely nature of the menu and ambience. Originally called Chang Thai, this cosy subterranean restaurant is tucked into a tiny alley which runs down from…

Mintleaf

28 Bernard Street, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6PP

Still a relative newcomer to the Leith dining scene, Mintleaf’s dusky, opulent interior sets a sophisticated undertone to this Thai and Indian restaurant. Having separate head chefs for the two menus, Mintleaf can almost seem to incorporate two…

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Nanyang Malaysian Cuisine

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

If you can find Nanyang, deep in the maze of modern glass blocks that form Quartermile, you should reward yourself by taking the time to explore this dynamic cuisine, still under-represented in Edinburgh’s restaurant scene. Minimalist but comfortable…

Port of Siam

1 Barony Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6PD

The slightly labyrinthine premises of the New Town branch of Port of Siam are spread over several rooms with entrances from both Barony and Broughton Streets. It shares the same menu – and the same husband and wife chef team – as its sister restaurant…

Ruan Siam

48 Howe Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6TH

You might have to venture underground to get to this little hideaway, but it's no underdog. Diners melt into the mood-lit, jazz-infused oasis, surrounded by authentic smells and friendly, well-judged welcomes. The menu opens with a short explanation of…

Saiko Kitchen

15 Roseneath Street, Edinburgh, EH9 1JH

Founded by owner Natalie Florance using inspiration gathered during a trip to Vietnam in her student days, Saiko Kitchen is a neighbourhood café rather than a destination establishment, as evidenced by its opening hours (no evenings). The small but…

Suree Thai

42 St Stephen Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5AL

Formerly the owner of several catering establishments in her native Thailand, Maneewan ‘Eev’ White named her new Edinburgh restaurant venture after her late mother. The homely atmosphere reflects her desire to showcase the best of Thai cuisine and…

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Tang's

44 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh, EH1 2QE

Japanese eateries tend to be quite trendy, so this cute little place on Candlemaker Row feels quaintly old-fashioned with its simple wood furniture and traditional Japanese crockery. Owner Qun Tang previously ran a sushi restaurant in London and visits…

Thai Pad

20 Leopold Place, London Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5LB

Quicker than you can say 'tablet computer', there's a grimly punning new restaurant, Thai Pad, on the scene. It is, in fact, a new incarnation of the fairly short-lived Love You Long Thai restaurant in the basement of the Richmond House Hotel on London…

Thai Pod

20 Leopold Place, London Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5LB

The takeaway arm of London Road’s Thai Pad, the same kitchen and chefs are responsible for a menu with mains helpfully broken down into Thailand’s culinary regions. Mixed starters are very generous in quantity, and include a beautifully flavoured, if…

Time 4 Thai

45 North Castle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3BG

Time 4 Thai prides itself on its sleek interior and tranquil ambience, where shades of purple and green blend harmoniously with soothing Thai music and the softly spoken waiting staff are elegantly dressed and eager. The main culinary attractions here…

Ting Thai Caravan

8-9 Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH1 2QZ

Since the doors opened in late 2013, uni students, office workers and local residents have been keeping chefs Ting and Ae busy. The decor, low prices and food served in disposable cartons ride the crest of the current street-food trend, but the food…

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Absolute Thai

22 Valleyfield Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9LR

The ambience of Absolute Thai is rather more unfinished than the name suggests. The dining room is a tight squeeze and décor is a strange mixture of disparate furniture and trinkets that would be at home in a gap student’s living room. The menu is…

Celadon

49–51 Causewayside, Edinburgh, EH9 1QF

Slightly off the beaten track, Celadon’s southside location means that it attracts an eclectic blend of locals, tourists from nearby guest houses and students. The restaurant offers a comfortable environment with stripped-back walls, fairy lights and…

Cyclamen

21 Argyle Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1JJ

Dusit

49a Thistle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1DY

Dusit has become a byword for fine Thai dining in Scotland. It is the place to take people, and recommend to people, knowing they won't leave disappointed. The English names of the dishes give the menu a narrative quality, inviting you to tell a story…

Passorn

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

It is no surprise that Passorn has built up a strong following of regular customers from in and around the capital. The operation is slick from top to toe. Waiting staff glide in and out unobtrusively in bespoke uniforms; surroundings are spotless and…

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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…

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…

Songkran II

8 Gloucester Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6EG

Spirit of Thai

44 Grindlay Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9AP

In a location so unequivocally Scottish, it is no easy task to bring, as this restaurant aims, a little Spirit of Thai. Once inside however the bustling tourist crowds seem distant. Asian chillout music, authentic smells, and an interior that displays…

Thai Basil

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