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About Busaba Eathai Leicester Square
Busaba is a Thai flower. Eathai is a fusion of the words eat and Thai. Differing from formal dining establishments, Eathai represents a Thai casual dining venue, offering a one-course dining experience devised to feed you with minimal fuss.
Fifteen years on, Busaba still offers a much coveted, flavoursome selection of freshly prepared salads, stir fries and curries. The menu also features Asian-inspired juices and smoothies, as well as a simple yet selective wine list.
London, SW1Y 4EA
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 12:00 – 23:00
Friday – Saturday: 12:00 – 23:30
Sunday: 12:00 – 22:30
£25 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7930 0088
Nearest station Piccadilly Circus
Counter Seating, Delivery, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wi-Fi available
Busaba Eathai Leicester Square Ratings and Reviews
Thank you for an amazing evening! My friends and I were celebrating our birthdays and we were overwhelmed by the kindness and generousity extended to us bmby tge wonderful staff in Busaba! It was so lovely to be treated to so many delicious treats and stunning ice cream birthday deserts! We loved it and will be back to celebrate many more special occasions at our fave Busaba in Panton Street! Merry Christmas to all the fantastic staff there!
I had arranged to meet friends from out of town here for dinner, I didn't realise it was communal type dining. I was concerned that I wouldn't be able to talk to my friends, I spoke to a member of staff about my concerns and he was fantastic, he put us on a table with no one else and said if they didn't get busy he wouldn't sit anyone else there, he also gave me a glass of complimentary prosecco while I waited for my friends to arrive. Fantastic customer service, I'm just sorry I didn't get the gentleman's name.
We had a pre-theatre dinner here. Nice atmosphere, good thai food with good range food options with different spice levels. Location was excellent for a range of theatres. would recommend. The table layouts are quite interesting where if you are a small group of 2-4 you will share a large table with another small group but the tables are very large and you do not feel imposed upon and it adds to the atmosphere.
We were sat away from the door but the every time it opened there was a cold gust of wind and on a busy Friday that was far too frequent.
Their policy of it's served when it's ready only works if you get a steady flow of food, not one item then a long wait for the rest,not to mention when it's overcooked.
The service wasn't great, perhaps too focused on the volume of people they could cram in rather than the quality of service.
Having a nice app to pay your bill is relatively common these days but it can't be seen as an excuse not to interact with customers once they've finished their mains.
Repas délicieux mais endroit très bruyant (c'était un vendredi soir). A tester au déjeuner ou un autre jour pour apprécier le restaurant par lui-même et être plus au calme. Réservation par internet est une bonne idée pour éviter l'attente.
The maitre didn't check our reservation and let us waiting together with those with no reservation. After getting into our table it took almost 20 min for us to be attended by a waiter. And another 15 min to get our drinks (it only happened after we had requested to 3 different waiters).
Food was ok, drinks where a bit price however it was central London so you come to expect that.
Most shocking thing was that we had ordered a bottle of wine with our meal and it came out with it already been corked. I could instantly taste it had been watered down. When we had confronted the staff they did offer us a new bottle that had not been corked.
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