Leeds is a vast city that offers residents and visitors alike a huge selection of places to eat, drink and relax. Whether you are looking for a cosy pub for a quiet sandwich, super-chic wine bar and restaurant for a sophisticated lunch date or an all-out fine dining experience at a Michelin star restaurant, Leeds has the answer. One of the most exotic cuisines available in the city and the surrounding areas is the beautiful food of Thailand.
On this page you will find a list of the best Thai restaurants in Leeds. Whatever the occasion, any one of these restaurants will provide you with an authentic Thai meal and act as a relaxing backdrop for your time with family, friends, colleagues or loved ones. In true Go dine style, we have also collected the best offers from each restaurant, meaning you can enjoy your favourite food, at your favourite restaurant, for less.
Thai food is renowned for being perfectly balanced and packed full of punchy flavours. Whilst many of the dishes on a Thai menu contain chillies, the Thai do not believe in burning the mouths of diners as some Indian dishes can, and spicier dishes are always served with a cooling dish to counteract the heat and provide a harmonious dining experience with different textures, flavours and ingredients.
A typical Thai meal consists of rice or noodles served with a selection of other vegetable, meat and seafood dishes with soup and hot salad. With such a huge range of dishes available there is sure to be something to please even the fussiest eater.
From here you can browse photos, menus and diner reviews to help you find the ideal restaurant for you. When you’ve found a restaurant that’s caught your eye, you can book online for free and take advantage of the fantastic offers the Go dine team have collected specially for you.
Did you know? Bangkok isn’t actually called Bangkok! It’s real name is ‘Krungthepmahanakhon Amornrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharat Ratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amornphiman Awa-tarnsatthit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit’. Phew!