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Bangkok Boulevard serves a wide range of authentic Thai dishes made on the premises with fresh ingredients. They also cater for vegetarians offering a selection of meat-free dishes.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
Mon-Sat 17:30-23:00
Sun 16:30-22:00

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Bangkok Boulevard reviews

By Roger S.

After read the review, got mixed felling but give it a try at Bangkok Boulevard. It's absolutely perfect. Food very good and reasonable. Waitress gave us a very good service but not intrusive. Definitely recommend!

By Tisha A.

----- The worst service I've ever see in Thai restaurants in the uk -----i would rate 0 star if I could. I am Thai and normally support all Thai restaurant but Bangkok Boulevard is unacceptably rude! Me and my boyfriend been to Bangkok Boulevard today. We've got a voucher, 2 course set menu for £15, and the waitress said we could use that. Things seems fine until I asked her about the deal information and what menu I can order. For the first time I asked, she answered with a vague answer and tried to convince me to get platinum set menu (voucher excluded). I didn't get the clear answer so I asked her again. This time, she raised her voice and keep saying 'you know how I mean'. The worst bit was that she didn't even answer what I can order. She only mentioned that if I go for platinum menu, we could have 1 starter for each. Then she repeated 'you know how I mean' sentence at us. We found her so rude so we decided to leave the restaurant without ordering any food. No doubt why the place looked so empty when we got there. The service is terrible. I will never come back to Bangkok Boulevard again *** avoid Bangkok Boulevard ***? ? ? ?

By Nabila G.

I just ordered 4 dishes from the Bankok Boulevard take away menu.The food is disgusting to say the least.Do not go there!!!

By Jamie H.

Looking for a night out with my girl friend and have a mixed felling when seen the review. However, we decided to give it a go. Not regret. Nice deco, fantastic food and great service. definitely going back.

By B S.

I recently moved into the area and went here on my first day in Lavender Hill. I ordered from the lunch menu and had the Chicken Satay to start. I waited about 20 minutes and then heard a microwave ping. My satay was brought out and was uncooked in the middle! I was totally disgusted so left. Unless you like raw chicken, DON'T EAT HERE!!

By Alex L.

authentic Thai taste just like I had in Thailand recently. nice deco & fab services..couldn't ask for more. will definitely go back very soon.


I love this store because many stores have decorated beautifully organized, clean and delicious food in the shops people are friendly.Thanks so much


I like this store because this store have decorated beautifully organized, clean and delicious food in the shop people are friendly.Thanks for make me happy. BENZPAPA

By Mark D.

Went there last night for friend birthday party. fab menu and always great specials, highly recommended. Great services and I had a very enjoyable evening. They also surprise us with a cup cake and little birthday candle at the end of the meal.. Would definitely go back

By Mark L.

I would recommend this restaurant to all Thai food lovers, and all others who will discover a lovely place to feel relax, a warm welcome, an efficient and smiling service.

I always had good meal there, at reasonable prices. Will be the highlight of your day!

By Chris R.

There are a few Thai restaurants in the vicinity but Bangkok Boulevard is my pick of the bunch.

Great food at very reasonable prices and exception service.

Definitely recommended. Favourite dish would have to be the lamb shank in massaman.

By N.

The sister venue to Central London’s Thai Express, Bangkok Boulevard is more about casual, relaxed dining than its lunchtime rush counterpart.

The Venue
Located on Battersea’s popular Lavender Hill, about a 10 minute walk from Clapham Junction, Bangkok Boulevard is a sleek and welcoming restaurant. A tranquil water feature built into a glass window greets diners on their way in to the restaurant whilst brown leather seating lines the stylish dark crimson walls. Out front, outdoor dining is available on the small terrace overlooking the street.

The Atmosphere
While this restaurant looks sleek, its atmosphere is a lot more chilled then you might expect from its sophisticated style. Pop music plays quietly in the background (think Michael Jackson) however it’s often drowned out with pleasant hum of the diners chatting. A popular choice with locals, the clientele is a mix of couples, friends and lone diners popping in for a bite.

The Food
Bangkok Boulevard serves up an aromatic feast of tasty Thai food. The menu is divided into several sections including curry, wok, char grilled, specialties, rice and noodles and there are three set menus to choose from too, starting at £13.95 per person and including a vegetarian option.

All the staples you would expect from a Thai restaurant are on the starters menu – chicken satay, fishcakes, spring rolls and prawn toast – and are priced at around £4.50. The steamed pork and prawn dumplings are a good choice. Served in a bamboo basket, the four moneybag-like parcels are sprinkled with roasted garlic and come with a lovely, thick, sweet soy sauce for dipping. For a great choice, try the crispy aromatic duck. These make-them-yourself pancakes come with slices of spring onion, cucumber, plum sauce and delicious pieces of tender shredded duck, topped with a delightfully crispy skin. There are six pancakes, so this dish is great for sharing.

For mains, you can’t go wrong with the restaurant’s specialties. The Lost in BLVD is a delicious, fall-off the-bone shank of lamb served in massaman curry. The tomato-based sauce is quite mild, allowing the rich flavour of the lamb to shine through, rather than be overshadowed. For something with a bit more bite, try the Dragon Dance. Grilled jumbo river prawns that are deliciously juicy, they are beautifully presented, butterflied on a platter with the spicy red curry sauce delicately drizzled with yoghurt. Mains are priced between £5.50 and £10. The coconut rice is a superb side dish to accompany the curries. It has a sticky consistency with a sweet coconut flavour. The side dish of broccoli and mushroom served in oyster sauce is perfectly steamed but unfortunately too salty.

The desserts are mainly of the ice cream variety. The pineapple ice cream is a surprisingly heavy choice. Served inside a piece of pineapple, it is very rich, creamy and a bit too sweet. The banana fritters come in a lovely light and crunchy batter. Served with thick vanilla ice cream, the dessert has a lovely hot-and-cold sensation. Desserts are priced at around £3.

The Drink
The wine list is modest, offering a choice of well-priced bottles (£13 to £30) from both the old and new world. Try the Venetian pinot grigio at £15 a bottle. Served super-chilled, it is light, crisp and the perfect accompaniment to the curry dishes. Beers are a bit more local with Tiger, Chang and Singha on offer. For those who fancy something a bit more special, there’s a selection of tall, short and Champagne cocktails.

The Last Word
Top Thai food that won’t break the bank. While it’s mostly locals that frequent Bangkok Boulevard, it’s certainly worth venturing to for a fantastic meal out.

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