Chiang Mai Kitchen Ltd
130a High St, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 4DH
- Tel: 01865 202233
Chiang Mai Kitchen is one of Oxford's best restaurants, serving a variety of authentic Thai dishes in a very atmospheric and beautiful Tudor House. They also have a bar area which is available to dining guests only.
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12/09/2008 by mbaldrick
I have been many times and have enjoyed the restaurant setting as much as anything. The food is very good, the Thai Green Curry is excellent but it is the hot soup like curry rather than the milder creamy type Thai Curry. Always enjoy their rice and starters also.Report this
Great Thai Food In Central Oxford
22/08/2008 by idiophreak
I went to the Chiang Mai Kitchen for the first time a few weeks back as part of a large party from my office. Overall I was very impressed with the whole evening. The location is very central, so convenient for those out in Oxford, although it took us a minute or two to find the entrance itself. Once inside, the surroundings were pleasant, the atmosphere good, but most importantly the food was lovely. I tried a variety of the dishes and all of them were really tasty and well cooked...some were very mild, whilst others had a real kick, but none of them tasted like they had been made more spicy for the sake of it. By way of criticisms, the food was a little slow to arrive, although I'm sure this was down to the size of our party, and sometimes it was very hard to catch the eye of staff in order to request more drinks etc. I'll definitely be going back to the Chiang Mai soon.Report this
A great place to go!
22/08/2008 by themangrove
I really like the restaurant and have been quite a few times now. The menu is varied with a wide range to choose from, the food is of excellent quality with great flavours and carful, beautiful presentation. The staff are friendly, attentive and dressed in tradtional dress. Trying to find it can be tricky as its down a little alleyway (we walked pass it several times without realising) but once inside it opens out to be a fairly big place and good decor. Do make sure you ring and book in advance though as its a popular place, especially at weekends.Report this
hmmm... that sticky rice!
15/09/2007 by bru
Very nice restaurant in a small alley right off Oxford High Street. The atmosphere is surprisingly casual, considered the fame of the venue (hint: always book if you want to go eat here in the weekend). The service is also very friendly, even if on a crowded night you can sometime feel the pressure. Food is very good: delicate, tasty and never too spicy. If you like desserts, make sure you go for the sticky rice ;)Report this
Stunning Thai in an intimate Oxford setting
28/04/2007 by Nomis
This is the best Thai restaurant I've been to in the UK. I love it for so many more reasons than simply the gorgeous food. The setting is distinctive - very Oxford; a 17th century merchant's house tucked down an alley off The High. It's old and creaky, but effortlessly comfortable. It's bustling and popular, so perhaps not the perfect venue for a romantic meal (although I've had some special evenings there) - but the lighting is subdued and the service friendly and discreet. The Kueytiew Phat Thai Jay is very yummy.Report this
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