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“Highly recommend!”

Eat Thai - High Wycombe
Ranked #9 of 235 Restaurants in High Wycombe
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $27 - $67
Cuisines: Thai
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Good for: Large groups
Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Eat Thai, we are passionate about serving top quality Thai food, both authentic royal recipes and unique dishes created by our head chef. We believe eating well to be a fundamental ingredient to living well and that the former can be achieved by combining the finest produce with our chefs' knowledge and skills. Above all, we hope to provide you with a memorable experience of culinary pleasure and delight.
Reviewed February 28, 2013

Delicious food, great choice. Friendly and kind staff. Food is expensive but well worth it; large portions of beautifully presented and very tasty food. Probably the best restaurant in High Wycombe.

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Reviewed February 24, 2013 via mobile

Just visited this restaurant with my husband for "Date night" and we were very pleased with our experience.

Despite living near Wycombe for years, we'd never ventured to this end of town! We parked cheaply at the nearby car park, only £1.50 in the evening after 6pm.

Staff were attentive but sometimes just a little too attentive and a tad faffy.

The restaurant is tastefully decorated and tables are well spaced. We sat in the front room of the restaurant and whilst the road noise could be heard it didn't disturb us.

We began our meal with mixed starters, priced at £9 per person, an array of Thai starters served on a delightful platter. We moved onto mains and sampled the Massaman curry and the panang curry, both were around £10 and hugely flavoursome. Portions were well sized but not too large.

We finished with unusual but fabulous desserts, Thai pancakes and passion fruit creme brûlée. Priced at around £6.50/£7.

All in all a really lovely little non chain restaurant, that we will definitely be revisiting.


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Thank Sleepy_cat_1985
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Reviewed February 20, 2013 via mobile

Ambience - fantastic! The place was packed-out, which speaks volumes about its reputation.
Staff - brilliant! Without being overbearing they were there in a heartbeat to take an order or top-up the wine.
Food - immense! No other way to describe it other than fantastic. It doesn't matter if you're a bluff ol' traditionalist or a neo-modern diner, the range of cuisine here is broad enough to cater for individuals, surprise a few and impress everyone.

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Thank DeeSquared71
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Reviewed January 22, 2013

Naturally friendly staff. Good service, maybe the food came out slightly too fast.

Mixed starters were nice, but lacking punch. Quite pricey at £9 but there was quite a lot. I've had soup previously and I missed it.

Mains were amazing. I had roast lamb with sweet potato and veg. I have no idea where they get that lamb from, but I want to know. Full of flavour so moist but with barely any fat. My partner had barbecued pork with peanutty porky flavoured sauce. Looked dry at first look but the pork was so tender with that delicious smoky flavour that would have been lost if drowned in sauce.

Sides were equally good. Coconut rice and papaya salad. For 2 relatively big eaters we had a little left over and really had to force in the last few bites.

No room for dessert. With 2 beers price was £65 with service. A little pricey for Wycombe, but you get what you pay for and it's easily (if not the only genuine) restaurant in the town. I've been maybe 5 times now and have never had a single complaint!

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1  Thank harewoodhound
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Reviewed January 14, 2013

The Thai food here is the best I've had in England. It's fresh and authentic and everything on the menu is great, with the red and the green curries a particular favourite. I don't know where or how they source the ingredients, especially the Thai peas, aubergines and Thai Basil, but I'm glad they do! Really tasty and the dishes are the equal to many that are found in Asia.

The atmosphere is good and the staff are great, friendly and efficient. It's a little bit pricey compared with other Thai restaurants, but the extra money is definately made up for by the leap in quality.

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1  Thank Timday10
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