It’s cold outside so come and try our tom yum chicken soup – it has all the restorative feelgood properties of chicken soup but with a spicy-sour hit that adds another dimension and puts it way ahead of anything you can get in a tin. This is soup but not as you know it – unless you come to Spice Thai often. In which case you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about.
From chicken satay to vegetable spring rolls, you’ll find all your teatime Thai favourites as well as less well known dishes like moo ping – no not beef, but marinated pork – or deep fried tofu.
We all have our own favourite dishes in the restaurant: dishes that remind us of home, of our parents, of our grandparents. Whether it’s a hearty bowl of beef pad se euw, flat wide rice noodles with a rich garlicky broth and plenty of greens or a dish of pla rad prik, a whole deep fried sea bass with a tangy chilli sauce that recalls special celebrations and festivities, every meal we serve is made with love, to be loyal to the people who cooked these dishes for us.