Thai Square Hanover Square

Thai Square Hanover Square

Chinese and East Asian

0.5 miles
5 Princes Street, Hanover Square, Central London, W1B 2LF
Thai food has gained an international reputation as one of the world's great cuisines. More and more diners have been won over by the style and elegance with which dishes are presented, as well as the freshness and flavour of the food.

The Thai Square Restaurant group was founded in 1998 when the first Thai Square opened in the Strand in central London. Now the largest Thai restaurant group in Europe, Thai Square takes great pride in offering each and every one of its customers an authentic taste of Thailand. Their first and consistent priority is to provide delicious, authentic Thai food in Thai inspired interiors, as well as maintaining a great value dining experience.

Just off Regent's Street in London's famous shopping region where you can indulge in everything your heart desires, treat your aching feet to a break and your tastebuds to something you can't buy in the shops. This intimate Thai Square restaurant is perfect for catching up with friends and a calm oasis in a shopping frenzy.

The recipes and flavours at all of the Thai Square restaurants represent cultural and regional differences created by their teams of highly trained Thai chefs. Don't make this venue the only one you visit - explore them all to fully experience the diversity of flavours and ingredients.
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