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Cuisine: Asian, Thai, Vegan
Price Point: Mains from £10-£25

Located in what used to be the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, Chaophraya Restaurant enjoys a jaw-dropping location and serves mouthwatering food to match.

Step into the lobby and you've swept away to a far-off palace in the rural mountains of Thailand. Incredible gold statues adorn this fine restaurant, chandeliers twinkle above luxuriously cushioned booths, ceilings stretch for as far as the eye can see and vintage bottles shimmer from mirrored shelves.

Take a nosedive into authentic Thai cooking with their sensual mains that strike all the right chords. Nothing beats a chicken, prawn or tofu pad thai, especially when it uses a secret recipe (yes really!) If you fancy trying something new, you will unlikely find the chicken, beef and mushroom, spicy riceberry and basil anywhere else. There are sumptuous curries on offer too. All the classics like beef Panang, green and red curries feature as well as the exotic jungle curry, made with hints of bamboo, papaya and green beans.

Venture further into the Thai cuisine with a sublime meat dish. Nothing says drama like the weeping tiger sirloin seak or duck tamarind! And while authenticity is at the heart of this menu, their Thai re-imagined section is daring, bold and delicious. Guaranteed you will leave this restaurant having tried something new. Chicken boxing, anyone?

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Chaophraya - Glasgow
The Townhouse, Nelson Mandela Place
Glasgow G1 2LL

Open Hours:
Mon - Thu: 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri - Sat: 12:00pm - 10:30pm
Sun: 12:00pm - 10:00pm

Phone: 0141 332 0041

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Chaophraya - Glasgow
Cuisine: Asian, Thai, Vegan
Mains: £10-£25

Reviews

Kate Kirk

Delicious food in fascinating surroundings. The starter platter really stimulated tastebuds. Portion sizes great just right. Clementine tart with chocolate pastry to die for as was pineapple and coconut molleux (?spelling). Don’t be afraid of black sesame ice cream it’s delish.

- dined at Chaophraya - Glasgow on

Barbara Gillespie

Food was excellent in a lovely quiet restaurant. Servers were attentive. This is set in a beautiful building full of character. Will definitely be back.

- dined at Chaophraya - Glasgow on

Kate Kirk

Delicious food in fascinating surroundings. The starter platter really stimulated tastebuds. Portion sizes great just right. Clementine tart with chocolate pastry to die for as was pineapple and coconut molleux (?spelling). Don’t be afraid of black sesame ice cream it’s delish.

- dined at Chaophraya - Glasgow on

Barbara Gillespie

Food was excellent in a lovely quiet restaurant. Servers were attentive. This is set in a beautiful building full of character. Will definitely be back.

- dined at Chaophraya - Glasgow on

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