Thai Square is a consistently reliable chain of Thai restaurants where the food tastes exactly how Thai food should: hot and sharp, as well as rich and complex. The menu includes choices of Thai dim sum featuring bite sized pieces of chicken satay, spring rolls, prawn toasts and prawn balls in a chilli-soy sauce. Try a tom yam soup between starter and main course to cleanse the palate, before moving on to a main of spiced fish in a spice crust or beef Penang curry. This Covent Garden branch, located on Shaftesbury Avenue and close to Neal Street, is convenient for a pre or post-theatre meal. The restaurant itself is light and airy, with Thai decorations and Buddhist references everywhere. The bar area opens into a vaulted, naturally lit dining room which leads to a small courtyard. Even though it's a busy place, you never feel overcrowded. The reasonable prices make dining here affordable for everyone. A good place to try real Thai food in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
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