The Very Best Thai Food In A Traditional Cornish Town!
The family run Tiny Thai had humble beginnings and started out serving their fine Southern Thai cuisine from a converted trailer on the roadside!
They opened their first permanent restaurant at the end of the old bridge in Wadebridge in June 2018, and are now a thriving business well know locally and more further afield for their delicious and authentic cuisine.
Recommend to us by one of our previous buyers during their Open House revisit and is just one of the many reasons why Wadebridge is know as one of the best places to live in Cornwall. Discover more gems like this in our Wadebridge Location report.
- Where: 1A Molesworth Street, Wadebridge 01208 455135
- When: Tuesday – Sunday 5-9
- Cost: Sides from £1 – £4.50 and mains £11.50 – £14.00
- Who: They have vegetarian, gluten free and meat options
- How long does it take: All food is cooked fresh so relax, they won’t keep you waiting long
- When’s best to go: Book to avoid disappointment – they are tiny remember!
A Family Business With a Warm Welcome!
It’s lovely to see a family run business moving up from humble beginnings to a fabulous restaurant in the heart of the ever popular town of Wadebridge. Run by Bpuu, her husband Paul and their young son Alf (who helps where he can)!
Bpuu started cooking at 14 in the deep south of Thailand working alongside real street chefs which meant she could perfect her techniques in creating fantastic Southern Thai dishes. All the meals are cooked to order by Bpuu with local produce where possible, so freshness is guaranteed!
Their menu is vast with lots of dishes to keep all taste buds satisfied, ranging from vegetarian Pad Thai (rice noodles and lovely veggies with egg) Vegan Pad Pak Ruam (mixed veggies & soy Thai stir fry) to meaty chicken or prawn Geng Daeng (spicy red curry). They also do tasty extras from just £1 to accompany your meal!
The restaurant with lovely river views couldn’t be better placed and on arrival you instantly feel it’s warm, welcoming and homely atmosphere. The decor is Thai inspired with brightly coloured pictures on the walls and comfy cushions yet there’s also a very on trend industrial twist mixed in too with a a fabulous wood and metal bar and solid wood tables and chairs for dining.
The staff are all very friendly and well presented and can’t do enough to make your visit one you will want to repeat!
To find out a bit more about The Tiny Thai and how to book a table, visit their website.
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