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Thai Edge - Cardiff

Unit 8, The Old Brewery Quarter, Cardiff, CF10 1FG 0292 053 8359

((()* Thai
  •  - Cardiff

Dinner with friends

Bec 09 November 2011
from cardiff

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In the old Brewery Quarter of the city, Thai Edge Cardiff combines traditional Thai cuisine with an innovative contemporary interior space. Ingredients are imported directly from Thailand, and served in crisp white surroundings.

Serving an eclectic range of recipes, the Thai Edge menu presents cuisine characteristic of different areas of Thailand. With a philosophy of the more variety the better, Thai Edge offers loaded banquet options full of colour and flavour, as well as classics like a smooth, aromatic red curry.

A tropical selection of desserts at Thai Edge restaurant offer sumptuously sweet options. Favourites include banana parfait on rum and chocolate ganache, or a fruity pineapple and coconut parfait. From the bar, a premium selection of spirits sits alongside an extensive wine list.

Fashionable yet never forsaking Thai cuisine tradition, Thai Edge Cardiff is just a 7-minute walk from Cardiff Central Rail Station.

Thai Edge - Cardiff

Unit 8, The Old Brewery Quarter, Cardiff, CF10 1FG

Contact +44 2920235665
Reservations 0292 053 8359

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Customer reviews for Thai Edge - Cardiff

3.7 ((()* (based on 6 reviews)
83% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • Drinks *****

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  • dinner (4)
  • romantic (3)
  • large parties (2)
  • luxury (2)
  • breakfast (1)
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  • child friendly (1)
  • lunch (1)
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  • ((((* 9 November 2011 by Bec from cardiff

    Dinner with friends

  • (**** 25 September 2011 by Jeelworthy from cardiff

    DON'T GO THERE!!! We waited 30 minutes for drinks and over 2 hours from when we first sat down for main courses.  When the main course finally arrived (in dribs and drabs), there was no cutlery, dirty plates and the waitresses couldn't identify which dishes were which. In an attempt to complain, we asked for the manager FOUR times but he seemed more interested in finishing an order of cocktails for another table before he came over about 20 minutes later. The attitude of the staff was TRULY TERRIBLE.  When asked if the food would be much longer, the waitress replied, "yes actually, it will be longer, we are busy".  When challenged by us that this was not acceptable and that other diners who were seated after us had already eaten, she replied, "ok. I will tell them to start cooking it now". Initially the manager was helpful, suggesting he get the main courses sorted and that he would sort out the bill at the end.  After much negotiation, the manager agreed to take the desserts of the bill and discount it by 15%.  We did not think this was enough of a gesture given the disgusting service but reluctantly accepted.   However, when the bill finally came, the desserts had not been taken off.  The manager cheekily pointed out that we did not have to pay the service charge (good really, considering that it is OPTIONAL) and that we had not brought the problem to his attention soon enough! He then said that he had not agreed to take the desserts off, accused my friend of being naive, and saying that we should just leave, and that he would pay the bill.  He also said that we had only been there 2 hours - so no wonder he is incompetent at running a restaurant as he can't tell the time! After THREE AND A HALF HOURS we paid the bill minus desserts and 15%, with the manager muttering all the while that we should be grateful, that all he was trying to do was help, that he didn't understand why we were being like this etc...  He even abused another customer who tried to help us. By the way, the food was distinctly average.

  • ((((* 25 July 2011 by housewife from Home Counties

    Dined at 7.00 pm. Quiet on arrival, gradually got busier. Typically polite and welcoming Thai waitresses. Two chillies is quite hot! Delicious huge prawns in yellow sauce

  • ((((( 11 April 2011 by NG the jogger from Caerphilly

    We dined early Sunday evening to celebrate our son's 18th birthday. The group included our parents so 3 generations. The food was really excellent and everyone enjoyed their meal. The atmosphere was relaxed though the restaurant was busy. The bill was ~£30/ head for 3 courses though that did not include very much alcohol.

  • (((** 15 February 2011 by eddie from caldicot

    nice venue, good food ,poor service.

  • ((((( 11 January 2011 by D from Nr Cardiff

    Very pleasant and attentive staff. Elegant.

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