This cosy branch of the popular Thai Square chain does exactly what it says on the tin. A forever-busy Thai restaurant on a small street connecting Wardour and Dean Streets, it's more often than not packed with a jolly crowd too busy chatting, eating and having a good time to care much about the rather basic décor. A consistently good menu is based on an affordable assembly of pan-fried dishes, curries and reliable noodle dishes such as pad Thai and a particularly tasty gang mussamun (with potatoes and peanuts). Highlights of a strong veggie selection include a sweet n' satisfying toa hoo pad khing (pan fried bean curd). Service is genuinely friendly and it's a top choice for a quick good value bite.
There is no disabled access.
(5 mins) Take Oxford Street, and after 100m turn left onto Dean Street. After another 100m, turn right into the side street St Anne's Court. The restaurant will be on your right.
Q-Park Soho (4 mins), Q-Park Chinatown (6 mins)