For those of those unfamiliar with Unithai, it is simply a little cafe attached to the back of an Oriental supermarket. There is one big communal table and around 3 smaller tables which seat no more than 4. There can be a wait for tables during peak times - I find Saturday afternoon particularly busy.
Now for the food - there is a short menu with the usual dishes such as Phat Thai, green curry and street-style noodle soups. My favourite is the chicken and basil with a fried egg on top. There isn't much in the way of starters but then again this isn't a place to linger over your food. I have tried a few dishes and they have been better than at other Thai restaurants I have been to in Brighton and Hove. It certainly is one place I keep coming back to. Is it the best Thai food I've had outside of Thailand? No, but it's pretty close and that is good enough for me.
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