A Thai feast for one is just no fun. It’s time to get the gang together again and let the good times (spring) roll.
Thaikhun is exactly the place to do that with emphasis on social dining. In Thailand, eating ‘family-style’ is just how it’s done. So, grab the sharers and (not so) small plates, pass them round, tuk-tuk in and enjoy.
With a Thai street market vibe and bric-a-brac straight from Thailand itself, Thaikhun is the place to let your hair down and have some fun! Get hands on with the build-your-own one-bite wraps, share all the latest gossip (and chicken satay) and bring back the gold ol’ days.
There are dainty lunches and refined evening meals and then there are the hearty oohs and aaahs as you breathe in the aromas of a red curry, the crackle of a prawn toast, and the utter eye rolling mouthful of Kao Soi Gai (the best chicken curried soup there is :p) Thaikhun is not just full of flavoured but full of life.
After all, passing the napkins is what friends are for. That and not posting the photo of you with sweet chilli sauce on your chin on Instagram ey?!
Book a table and share the good times with the people who mean the most.