Classic tastes of Thailand on Sauchiehall Street, in a smart setting offering outstanding service.
Aiming for a contemporary, clean and fresh atmosphere, with attentive and polite staff who are constantly checking in with the customers, Thairiffic is a surprisingly quiet and cosy presence on Sauchiehall Street. The name’s already a give-away before being presented with the menu of Thai cuisine, which offers a strong selection of starters and main courses. From the rich and creamy curries through to the more austere yet flavoursome noodle-based dishes (the pad Thai is exceptional), Thairiffic provides a warming and hearty selection that does not deviate too far from traditional dishes – yet adds focus on distinctive ingredients. Each dish seems designed to showcase different produce, although krachai (a form of ginger) does make repeat appearances. The desserts are limited to fairly generic ice-cream based items, so better to take on some starters at the beginning, with their mixture of familiar spices, superb sweet chilli sauce and idiosyncratic ingredients. Elegant and efficient service, discreet décor and a well-designed pair of dining rooms that retain a feeling of intimacy and privacy, makes this place an enticing option for a relaxing Thai meal in town.
- Delivery: Order from Just Eat
- Private dining: Up to 40 covers
- Provides: Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 70
- Largest group: 40
- Open since: 2012
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 5
- House wine: £16.95 per bottle
Reviews & features
Forget the groan-worthy name, Thairiffic's food is worth shouting about16 Oct 2012
New Thai restaurants in Glasgow are like buses. You wait ages for one to come along then two turn up. So it is with Chaophraya arriving in Nelson Mandela Place in early summer, closely followed by Thairiffic in Sauchiehall Street. And, just as with…
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