Chang Thai River
Chang Thai River is owned and run by the same family who have many years experience in the restaurant business, both in Thailand and the United Kingdom.
We take great pride in maintaining our traditional Thai cuisine, which we hope that you will enjoy. We provide delicious, freshly cooked meals using only the freshest and finest ingredients along with locally sourced produce.
If there are any special requests and instructions in the preparation and of the cooking of your chosen meal, please do not hesitate to ask any of our staff, and or our residential chef, who would only be too pleased to assist.
Thai food is renowned all around the globe for its distinctive flavours, which are a mix of spicy and sour tastes. Each area of Thailand has its own culinary specialities. In our restaurant we provide all the essential Thai ingredients required to create these wonderful Thai tastes. If you haven’t found the time to take that exotic backpacking journey around Thailand, never fear.
You can sample a true Thai adventure, courtesy of your taste buds, in the comfort of our restaurant. Once you get hooked on the flavours of Thai cuisine, there’s no turning back.
Salty, sweet, sour, and spicy – the flavours of Thailand will keep your taste buds guessing.
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