Bangkok Original Thai and Japanese Restaurant

Nestled in a quiet street just seconds from the must-see Charles Bridge and the lovely baroque St. Tomas Church in Mala Strana sits a little-known Thai and Japanese restaurant in Prague. With the perfect spice-flavor balance and an affordable lunch menu featuring Thai and Japanese favorites, Bangkok Thai and Japanese Restaurant is a real Mala Strana gem. Sushi courses and Japanese or Thai 10-course tasting menus are available for sushi-lovers and Thai food fans as well. We recommend trying a tasty variety of sushi rolls, such as the Dragon Roll or the Rainbow Roll, and the classic-yet-delicious Pad Thai, as well as the superb Kwai Tiao, Thailand's delectable answer to Vietnamese Pho – a hot sensation currently sweeping over Prague. Bangkok Thai and Japanese Restaurant's Kwai Tiao is a blend of delicately- flavored broth and rice noodles, resulting in some of the best Thai soup in Prague. The warmly-lit interior and flavorful aromas will bring you back for more. This delightful restaurant invites you to “eat the Thai way” – to come with a group of friends or your family and order a number of dishes to share among the group, so that everyone gets to try a variety of tasty fare as well as share not only the food, but the experience. Their motto is “food made from the heart” and they invite customers to share in this motto by offering dishes to share among friends or family. That being said, this is still the perfect restaurant to pop into for a solo lunch or couple's dinner. Wander just one street off of the beaten path to find the cozy Bangkok Thai and Japanese Restaurant, with its friendly and helpful multilingual staff, to experience some great Thai and Japanese food in a charming and inviting vaulted-cellar atmosphere in Prague's Mala Strana, or Lesser Town, quarter.

Josefská 1, Prague 1, +420 722 943 933, www.padthai.cz

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Asian Cuisine, Business Lunch, Eating and Shopping in Lesser Town, Japanese Cuisine, Restaurant in Lesser Town, Seafood, Thai Cuisine, Vegetarian-Friendly

Address: Josefská 1 11800 Praha 1

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