Thaikhun’s casual dining style, eclectic menu and quirky decor have kept customers coming back to enjoy its Thai and Asian flavours since it opened in Spinningfields three years ago.
The decorative terrace was a prime people-watching location and a great spot to dine and drink during the summer.
Not ones to rest on their laurels, they’ve launched a new specials menu to showcase some amazing dishes for a limited period only. There’s something for everybody including some must-try dishes and a fantastic sharing feast, all reasonably priced so as not to leave your wallet wincing.
One of the must-try special dishes is Dek Rew Krungthep, the Bangkok Bad Boy. This is a burger of fiery ambition with double crispy chicken, tomatoes and cucumber. Served with crispy salad, skin-on fries and Sriracha mayo, it’s hot, spicy and ready to fight. Pick this up for just £10 or grab the tofu option at only £9.
If you’re after something even more special from your special, try the Broken Basket For Two, Pad Tang Tek. This is a feast for your senses. An enormous seafood dish for two people with mung bean noodles, mussels, squid, prawns, roast chilli, corn and veg. The best thing about this fabulously fishy feast is the price – just £20 for the whole sharing dish.
These are just a couple of our favourites from the new menu. There’s lots more to choose from, including twists on traditional Asian dishes and more of their own choice favourites.
But make the most of the specials menu because it won’t be around forever.
If you’re a student there’s never been a better time to come down to Spinningfields – and not just to take a tuk-tuk selfie.
New and returning students who book and dine Sunday-Thursday get 20% off their food bill. If you do this before the end of October you’ll be entered into a draw to win an amazing prize – a Thaikhun Orange Card.
The Orange Card gets you free Thai food for a whole year – not something to pass up, especially for students working their way through university. That’s free pad thai, free noodles, free sharing platters, free dumplings.
There’s always a good reason to come down to Thaikhun.