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Chaophraya - Glasgow

The Townhouse, Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow, G1 2LL +44 1413769288

(((() Thai
Main course: £15
Food spend: £28
Opening hours
Monday - Saturday: 12:00 - 22:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00

Had a lovely meal, Tempura Prawns and Lamb Massaman curry great food

Kathleen Stark 05 September 2016
from Glasgow city

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Europe’s largest Thai restaurant, Chaophraya Glasgow is a contemporary city setting for sumptuous Thai cuisine. In the iconic Buchanan Street Townhouse, Chaophraya also houses the relaxed Palm Sugar bar lounge.

With a focus on health and nutrition, the Chaophraya menu foregrounds a selection of colourful dishes, bursting with flavour. With a crowd-pleasing range, Chaophraya caters for a speedy lunch, as well as an indulgent banquet. Delicately crafted dishes include bamboo skewers of grilled pork marinated with honey, coriander and garlic, or classic Thai green curry. Bananas in sweet coconut milk are an exotic dessert, featuring alongside delectable classics like lemon cheesecake and fruit fondue.

The Palm Sugar bar at the Chaophraya restaurant in Glasgow is a buzzy space with cool granite bars and sparkling chandeliers. Contemporary music creates a lively vibe for tongue-tingling Thai cocktails and sophisticated world wines.

Chaophraya also has a romantic Buddha Bar balcony available for bookings. It sits a 5-minute walk from Glasgow Station, in Nelson Mandela Place.

Chaophraya - Glasgow

The Townhouse, Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow, G1 2LL

Contact +44 1413320041
Reservations +44 1413769288

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Customer reviews for Chaophraya - Glasgow

4.6 (((() (based on 70 reviews)
97% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • ((((( by from Mulhouse

    Great restaurant in very charming rooms. Greatly prepared dishes, very kind service. We really enjoyed our dinner and would highly recommend the restaurant. May nevertheless be quite noisy on a saturday evening..due to the high fréquentation and the quite loud background music.

  • ((((( by from Glasgow

    Staff, service, venue and food were all superb. Thoroughly enjoyable evening. Brought back memories of holiday in Bankok in 1996. Only drawback was that it was not Bangkok prices from 1996 (That was a joke).

  • ((((* by from Glasgow

    Great food, beautiful surroundings and atmosphere. Restaurant service could be improved.

  • ((((( by from Glasgow

    First visit to Chaopraya Glasgow and we were not disappointed! We had 3 courses each and it would be difficult to pick a highlight as the food was phenomenal! The restaurant is beautiful,the staff were very efficient and the drinks were first rate. Our dining experience overall was perfect and I would have rated over 5 stars if I could,will return soon

  • ((((* by from Glasgow

    The service was good, as was the food. Although they had run out of 3 desserts, which happened to be the ones we were wanting. I also had to ask for a glass of water four times before it actually came. Other than that my experience & I will be returning in the future.

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  • ((((( by from Glasgow city

    Had a lovely meal, Tempura Prawns and Lamb Massaman curry great food

  • ((((( by from Glasgow

    Absolutely top class. Service, ambiance and food. Loved it and will definitely be going back. A hidden gem in Glasgow.

  • (((** by from Glasgow

    Beautiful building and nice atmosphere. Was a busy Saturday evening when we visited but service was excellent.
    Out starter of the Asian platter was well presented, fresh and tasty, though maybe a bit overpriced.
    Main being the chefs special beef stir fry and the other a traditional thai chicken noodle dish were not as impressive. The stir fry was tasty enough, but quite dry and the noodle dish was uninspiring and lacked good flavour.
    We had a cocktail each, both nice, and wine and beer were fine too.
    Overall we enjoyed our meal and the experience but have definitely tasted better main dishes in other thai restaurants in Glasgow.
    We are glad we visited chaophraya and though we had a lovely night, not sure we would rush back as a bit disappointed in the food we had.

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