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What's OnWinter cuisine a click away at Busaba Bangkok Thai

Enjoy the taste of Thai, where cultures have collided to bring you the very best of Bangkok eating!
  • Dates 21/01/2019 - 28/02/2019
  • Location 35 Panton Street, SW1Y 4EA
  • Price ££
Go for a winter special and save a fewTry you taste for the vegan weeping tiger jay. Ingredients including triple cooked soya with green beans, fiery chilli and Chinese chive. Served with aromatic jasmine rice.Or, opt for a softer option with the golden seabass tohd. Delight your palette to a crispy whole seabass served with tamarind, soy, lemongrass and Chinese chive.View the menu selection here. Available for a limited time only, snap up a feast whilst you can.Save a few pounds when you click and collect with a brand new Busaba initiative!Enjoy £5 OFF your first Click & Collect order at Then, collect your meal from your selected Busaba restaurant when you’re ready. Simple and easy!View the full offer and terms and conditions here.Sample deliciously modern Bangkok cuisineWhether you’re planning an get together with friends, or a dinner for two, Busaba Bangkok Thai is the place for you!Where a love of Thai food and culture collide, the award-winning Busaba name has become synonymous with the simple flavours and freshness of authentic Thai food.At the heart of everything Busaba stands for is the culture of sookjai, meaning ‘happy heart’. Based on traditional Buddhist values, sookjai is about avoiding the everyday chaos that distracts you and instead, taking life as it comes and creating your own reality.View the a la carte menu here.Escape from the hustle and bustle of London’s West End, and reserve your table online today. Or, make a reservation using the contact details below:T: 020 7930 0088E:

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