I've been eating here for over 15 years and have seen many ups and downs, mainly when chefs come and go and your 'usual' becomes the 'unusual'. Consistency has always been a problem but when they get it right, it works a treat! The Thai Corner Cafe has an intimate feel and is great for small groups, albeit a little snug when it comes to seating and elbow room. Staff are very friendly and efficient and service is relatively swift. It's always best to book, especially if you are a small group of 4 - 6, the best area being in the front section by the window with wall behind, cosy for 6. There is NO license, however, you can take your own beer, wine and spirits for a small corkage fee. They do have soft drinks and of course mineral water. The food lately has been excellent, traditional Thai curries (red/green), good selection of starters and some special dishes which take a few minutes longer but worth the wait. Don't expect massive portions, if you have a starter, you shouldn't leave hungry! It's a very sociable place and the atmosphere is usually dictated by the diners on the night or who you happen to be dining with. Decor is very basic but clean. The toilets, however, have a lot to be desired. They haven't changed in 15 years and are in desperate need of refurbishment!! You have to negotiate some tricky steep stairs to reach them along a tatty carpet into an awful bathroom last decorated in the 70's, not very clean. If you want a reasonably priced night out with friends with your own booze and some good freshly cooked Thai Food, give it a try.
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