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Reviewed August 16, 2020 via mobile

The service was great, friendly staff and good level of hygiene during this covid period. Menu looks great and food is tasty but not sure whether it was Thai, it was as if I ordered Indian to be honest. However I cannot complain about the...taste and portions are generous. I would definitely visit again! Also the area is very nice you can go to a bar close by afterwards for a drink.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 26, 2020

It was a. Very friendly and good service. Very fast. Delicious food for a good price. I will go back.

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 12, 2020

*Food: Average *Price: Medium *Service: Average *Creativity: Low *Decoration: Average *The Best: Is a stone away from good bars *The Worst: Very average and unauthentic Thai food

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed June 30, 2020

This restaurant ranks in the top 10 list of Thai restaurants in Brussels, so as lovers of Thai cuisine we decided to pay visit. When it comes to Thai restaurants, I'm a bit of a food critic. Having been to the country on numerous time,...I know first-hand what real Thai cuisine should taste like. And when it comes to Thai spicy, there are few restaurants outside Thailand that really serve Thai spicy food. I'll spare you a long review before I reach my verdict and come straight to the point: food wise, it was very disappointing. If you do want to read my feedback about why this restaurant has nothing to do with Thai food, please read on. First of all, the menu was very unlogical. One the left side the dishes bared their Thai names. On the other side, for the list of main dishes there was a list of meat, curries and options. A lot of options. Options like chicken, chicken in green or red curry. Chicken with garlic. Chicken with ginger and coconut milk, etc. Great. But what Thai dish am I eating? Red curry with chicken and ginger isn't a dish. Kgai phad kratiam prik thai (chicken with garlic and pepper) is. Totally unlogical. Because on the other side of the menu Pad Thai was named as a main dish. Now, maybe it's the fact that this restaurant is being run by Vietnamese: but what are all these Vietnamese dishes doing on the menu of a Thai restaurant? Cuisine wise, these two are very different from each other (Google that and you'll see what I mean). I asked our waiter if 'chicken with curry in coconut milk' perhaps meant 'Penang Kgai.' One of my favourite southern Thai dishes. Also advertised as 'a mild curry', but if you have eating this dish in southern Thailand you'll know that 'mild spicy' just means a 'one or two chilly peppers south from Thai spicy, so still very spicy.' The waiter nodded, so I assumed this secret dish was Penang Kgai and I specifically asked if if could be Thai spicy. He nodded again. What happened next is something that almost every mediocre Thai restaurant that doesn't really serve authentic Thai food does: they cook your meal and instead of chopping and stir frying the pepper with the chicken AND the curry (which you will see, because the chilly peppers pieces will have invested both your chicken and curry, because the chilly paste base of your dish should consist of yes... Chilly peppers!) the just cut a diagonal piece of pepper and placed it on top of the dish. You can see it on the picture I took and I would call it an insult to Thai food. If you say you're a Thai restaurant and truly think this is the way to serve a dish which was requested to be Thai spicy, well.. You probably will get my point by now. In hindsight, I should;ve ordered Prik Nam Pla, to see what the reaction would be (Google that too, you probably won't find this on the menu of any Thai restaurant. But if you order it, they will make and serve it. Be warned though, this side dish is not for the faint-hearted). So, let's conclude. Was the food bad? No, certainly not. Dishes were cooked good and so was the food. My review breaks down to one simple point of frustration and that is that it just wasn't Thai food. Chicken in a curry without any spices other than some basic with some coconut milk is not Thai food. It's just chicken in a curry without any spices with some coconut milk. Will people notice? Probably not, because even in Thailand you sometimes really have to persuade waiting staff to serve you the really spicy Thai stuff as they will be hesitant to do so at first. But if you insist (pet mahk, krap), they will. And stare at you to see if the Farang will perhaps die after die first bite and then give you a big thumbs up when they see you eat the Thai spicy stuff with a big smile. But if a Thai restaurants think it's okay to chop a piece of pepper, put it on a dish and call it 'spicy' then they deserve to be called out.More

Date of visit: June 2020
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Reviewed March 1, 2020 via mobile

Read reviews on trip advisor, quite sceptic at first as most asian restaurants outside of asia usually doesn't come to par as it is in asia. We've travelled to almost every part of Thailand and what we can say is, it is one of the...best and authentic thai dishes that we've had outside of Thailand. It's not regional but general thai dishes, still great flavours overall. Owner and staffs are really friendly and welcoming. Would recommend for people looking authentic thai flavours. P/S ask for spicy for real authentic flavours.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed February 16, 2020 via mobile

The place was so packed on Saturday evening make sure you arrive early or make a reservation. I was staying in a hotel so took away Thai Red Curry beef it tastes authentic and so satisfying. I also had Pad Thai the prawns were huge!...(A bit hungry so I ordered extra food) I'm back again on Sunday and it is packed again can't wait to try out the Thai Green Curry chicken. Got a free Mango Rum drink for my waiting. Yum!More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 9, 2020 via mobile

We hadn't booked a table at this busy restaurant on a Saturday night, but were told a table would be available in about 20 minutes. So we reserved, popped out for a drink, and went back. We only had to wait a few minutes before...we were seated towards the back of the restaurant. We had a starter and a main each (rice included). The service was friendly and efficient and the food was good and well portioned. We both agreed that it wasn't really authentic in its flavour, but we enjoyed it nonetheless. The veggie menu was good, and gave us lots of, mostly soy-based, choice. Prices were pretty good for what we had.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed January 13, 2020 via mobile

I went here after reading the reviews of amazing food - I chose to go for my birthday and if we’re being honest it was pretty poor. The menu is extremely brief so you don’t actually know what comes in each meal. E.g. fried rice...noodles with chicken. When it arrived it was in a peanut sauce- it’s was okay but I wouldn’t describe it as amazing Thai food as some reviews suggest. The drinks menu is pretty limited also for alcohol. Lovely restaurant and nice interior but I wouldn’t jump to go again unfortunately.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed January 1, 2020 via mobile

It didn’t meet my expectations. The food wasn’t as flavorful as it’s neighboring Thai restaurants. I asked for Tom Kha soup and received Tom Yum soup, when I tried to get it fixed, I was told that the soup I correct then I was told...the soup I re roved was correct. The peanut sauce also was lacking in flavor.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed December 28, 2019

When we travel we always ending up craving asian food but most especially Thai. This place was downstairs from our AirBnb and so it was an easy choice. The staff were friendly and welcoming and the food came out quickly and was delicious. Pricing is...really good too.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Fanny Thai is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4