Where to Eat Thai Food in Bath, England | BATH FOOD GUIDE

Even though Bath is a small place, we are super lucky (and spoilt) to have so many different amazing, authentic Thai restaurants to try. Here is a list of them, which ones are your favourites? 🌶

The Giggling Squid

Beautiful interiors and lovely Thai food. Great for vegans. We would recommend the Thai green curry and the papaya salad. 

Bluecoat House, Saw Close

Thai Balcony

85 options on the menu - so there's definitely something you'll like here. Oh, and you can sit on the balcony (as the name would suggest) and watch the world go by in Kingsmead Square.

1 Seven Dials, Saw Close


A cute, family-run Thai restaurant. 

14-15 Pierrepont Street

Koh Thai Tapas

A modern restaurant with great cocktails and normal-sized dishes as well as Thai tapas (as the name would suggest). They have a great two-course lunch menu too for £12.

36 Broad Street

Thai Hut

Fabulous street food & lovely owners! They're only open for lunch on certain days but make sure to check them out - you won't be disappointed.

Green Park Station

Yum Yum Thai

One of Bath's firm Thai favourites. Their chicken and pork are free range and their beef is sourced locally. All of their dishes are free of MSG and all their wines and coffee are organic!

17 Kingsmead Square


Thai street-style food in a cool setting. They have loads of different deals like 20% student discount and a main and a drink for. £10 on Thursdays (terms and conditions apply for both - it's best to check their website).


Charm Thai Restaurant and Oriental Bar

An award-winning, very popular Thai restaurant. They have so many different options to choose from!

2 George Street 

Mai Thai

Another great Thai restaurant with beautiful crockery and a long, long menu list. Fab two-course express lunch deal for £9.99.

10 Chelsea Road

Thai Basil

Cooking up specialities from Northern Thailand, Thai Basil is yet another super popular restaurant here in Bath. 

90A Walcot Street


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