Thai Square information

This Islington location of the Thai Square chain is particularly inviting and offers the sumptuous and reasonably priced food Thai Square regulars have been accustomed to. With a contemporary interior and informed and helpful staff, this Thai Square is a must.

Ranked #817 of 5241 restaurants in London
Part of the Thai Square group
"Contemporary fuses with traditional in this stylish, air-conditioned restaurant, ideal for dinner a deux. Brushed steel and concrete work remarkably well with the wood, cooper, bamboo and grey slate – perfect foils for some impressive Thai artefacts – prayer scrolls, ornate dragons and buddhas – and indigenous Thai art. Red lacquered hairs and dark wood tables set the scene for the dining experience to follow. Seats 180"

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 23:00

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Thai Square reviews

By Corey P.

Rudest service I ever recieved in London. Waitress was pushy, dismissive, then ignored us, and at the end literally threw the bill at us without us even being finished. Attempted to bring this to the attention of the management and was ignored. Food is decent but quite overpriced for the area, and the service does not come close to matching the price tag. Try the Thai place on Exmouth Market (right down the road) instead.

By M M.

I can't agree with the last two reviews. Me and my boyfriend ate at Thai Square last Sunday and it was a very pleasant evening. Although the restaurant was quite busy, staff were very friendly and we didnt have to wait long for our food, neither did we feel rushed to finish or such. All of the dishes we had (mixed starters, special duck, spicy king prawns, coconut rice & sticky rice [yea i know we eat a lot :) ]) were tasty. If I had to criticise something, I'd say the coconut rice could have been a lil more coco-nutty. The dessert, coconut ice cream with mango sorbet, was divine. All in all, a nice evening with very good food.

By Cara J.

Very poor service and average food. We ordered 3 starters to take away and were told they would be ready in 10 mins but waited over 30 mins. The hostess couldn't really care less. The restaurant was busy but everyone seemed to be looking over their shoulder to call for service and the staff were stood around chatting! The portions were small: 2 thin duck spring rolls with a very small tub of dipping sauce.

By Anna M.

One of about a dozen Thai Square restaurants, the Angel branch is an authentic, traditional offering. There is an extensive menu, fresh produce and an unusual mix of herbs and spices to delight the tastebuds.

The Venue
Utilising stunning natural materials ­ grey slate, copper, wood and bamboo ­ alongside stylish contemporary stainless steel and stark concrete flooring, the attractive ground floor level dining area provides a stylish setting for lunch or dinner. There is also a basement bar and mezzanine floor, usually reserved for large parties.

Considering Thai Square’s location amidst a prime stretch of plentiful eating establishments, the restaurant’s evening service is always busy. Polite and efficient staff are on hand to escort you to your table and to regularly check on you, although perhaps a little too often.

The Atmosphere
Traditionally inspired art adorns the wall space and entrance and evokes a taste of the Orient. Fresh flowers add an extra splash of colour to the sombre look at each table, but the food’s colourful, appetising appearance livens up the atmosphere in no time. The packed restaurant means there is a lively buzz in the air and private conversations are perhaps not as private as you’d like, as tables for two are a little too closely positioned.

The Food
Lightly battered vegetables ­ broccoli, pak choi, aubergine - make up the vegetable tempura starter platter. The crisp parcels are seasoned sparingly and served with a sweet chilli dipping sauce. The steamed scallops (you get two pieces) are moist, tender and spiced with warming ginger and served with spring onions and the chef's special soy sauce. The aromatic coconut rice balances the unique, flavoursome spices of the Gang Kiaw Wan Gai (chicken green curry). The tender chicken pieces are seeped in coconut milk, infused with sweet basil leaves and bamboo shoots and easily absorbed by the fluffy rice.

As a contrast the Pad Tao Hoo Tua Ngor (stir fried bean curd with spring onion, garlic and beansprouts) provides a stickier alternative, as the cubed tofu absorbs its delicious coating in the serving dish. The main courses, with the addition of a rice side order, provides a generous sharing option for two.

The Drink
House wine is around £10 a bottle, but drivers get the opportunity to sample fruit juices and natural mineral water. The mango juice is a refreshing sweet choice and goes down a treat over ice. The downstairs bar offers a wide selection of cocktails, beers and wine by the glass, or bottle.

The Last Word
At around £25 per head, without drinks or desserts, the food is reasonably priced given the amount of flavours, colours and aroma served up. There is also a huge variety of vegetarian options available, so there is a taste to suit all palettes.

By M.

Thai Square is a nice venue for a private event. The bar may be small, but the staff serve up the drinks in ample quantities and are pretty quick about it. Thai Square gave us another New Year's Eve to remember!

By Andrew M.

Thai Square Angel in Islington is one of my favourite places to eat. The food, quality of service and delightful atmosphere are second to none.

I've taken virtually everyone I know to Thai Square Angel at some point and had no complaints so far!

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