Thai Restaurants in Birmingham

 Thai cuisine is hot stuff in the UK

In recent times, the popularity of Thai cuisine in Britain has grown and grown, as more and more Brits travel to Thailand and come back hungry for the delicious cuisine that they experienced there. In 2016, Thai was even voted as the nation’s favourite cuisine, beating our beloved Indian curries to the top spot – now that really says something! The growing demand for Thai cuisine in the United Kingdom has seen a number of amazing Thai restaurants open in Birmingham, so you can try traditional Thai curries, tasty tom yum soups, papaya salad, pad thai and more for yourself in the city. Easily find and book the best Thai restaurants in Birmingham with Quandoo!

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    Sweet, sour, bitter, salty and spicy: what you can expect at Birmingham’s Thai restaurants

    One of the most unique of all the South Asian cuisines, Thai cooking combines influences from India and China, resulting in dishes that are distinctive in their own right. Thai cuisine is all about finding perfect the harmony, with dishes flawlessly balancing sweet, sour, bitter, salty and spicy elements together, with coconut milk, Thai chillies, fish sauce, palm sugar, tamarind paste, jasmine rice and fresh herbs, all of which are staples of the Thai kitchen, as well as vegetables, fish and seafood. Thai cuisine is famous all over the world, and for foodies, nothing beats exploring the street food stalls of Bangkok and Chiang Mai. This doesn’t mean that you can’t experience Thai cuisine at its finest outside of Thailand though, and at Birmingham’s best Thai restaurants you can try delicious Thai dishes that are the real deal.
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    The best Thai dishes to try at Thai restaurants in Birmingham

    Pad Thai: The national dish of Thailand, pad thai consists of rice noodles harmoniously stir-fried usually with seafood, tofu tamarind pulp, fish sauce, garlic or shallots, red chili pepper, palm sugar, lime and peanuts. You will find this famous dish served up at almost any Thai street food stall, and has now made its way to Birmingham’s Thai restaurants.Curry: Another thing Thai cuisine is famous for is its curries. From the hot and fiery green and red curries to sweet and rich yellow curry, and the Indian-inspired massaman, you’ll find many delicious and distinct curries on the menu at Thai restaurants in Birmingham.Soup: Another Thai staple is soup. When dining at Birmingham Thai restaurants we suggest trying some traditional tom yum, a hot and sour soup usually cooked with prawns, or a bowl of tom kha, it's coconuty cousin.Salad: Thailand’s salad game is seriously strong, going waaay beyond a few sad leaves and some boring caesar dressing. Try some crying tiger – salad topped with mouthwatering steak served with a spicy dipping sauce – or go for a papaya salad packed with fresh veggies, prawns and shredded papaya with a zingy garlic and peanut sauce.
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    Book the best Thai restaurants in Birmingham with Quandoo

    In Birmingham, Thai restaurants come in all different shapes and sizes, from traditional to more modern eateries and street food joints. You can even enjoy Thai cuisine in some more unlikely settings, like at Ann’s Thai – authentic, home-style Thai cuisine served up inside The Bull’s Head, one of the most quintessential English pubs in the city. The demand for Thai restaurants in Birmingham is rising as more and more diners discover the beauty of Thai cuisine. Find the best of Birmingham’s Thai restaurants with Quandoo, and then make sure you snag a table by booking online!