The Townhouse, Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow, , G1 2LL
Food 5/5    
Service 3/5    
Setting 5/5
Value 4/5    
Spread over three floors, this stunning space is situated in the monolithic Townhouse building, built in 1909 to house the Glasgow Liberal Club.

🙋🏻‍♀️My Chaophraya cherry 🍒 has officially been popped This beautiful place is a sight for sore eyes and the food is ridiculously moreish. The sharing platter was delicious, perfect selection of starters! Thai chicken tacos were my favourite. My main choice was the Crispy Pork Belly with Thai Basil. Served with sugar snap peas & peppers. I opted for the Riceberry Rice as it sounded interesting! It’s Thailand’s own super-food! This rice is purple in colour, high in vitamins, minerals, fibre & antioxidants. The pork was juicy and tender with a nice crispy crackling! Flavours of garlic and chillies infused with the hot basil tantalise your taste buds! For Desert, a Chocolate Bombe! – a rich chocolate sphere filled with chocolate mousse peanuts & hot caramel sauce. Creamy chocolate combined with the soft, fluffy mousse & covered in hot caramel sauce… Heavenly! I can’t wait to go back here again & try some more dishes!

🙋🏻‍♂️We enjoy my staple choice of a Chaophraya Platter – a classic starter selection of Thai chicken tacos, Thai fish cakes, chicken spring rolls, red curry battered prawns and crispy duck salad, served with a selection of Thai sauces. Presented to perfection, it’s so good that you don’t want to share it. The duck salad and fish cakes were my faves.
For my main course – Weeping Tiger Steak (a dish I can’t stop having). This Chaophraya classic of 21-day dry-aged sirloin steak is served on a platter with seasonal vegetables and black pepper sauce. It arrives on a hot plate with loads of steam, catching the attention of other diners. It’s very tender and medium-rare as requested, with sticky egg fried rice.

Today’s service was a bit disappointing, not ideal as a wanted to show it off at its best. The front desk staff seemed stressed with their computer and the receptionist was a bit stern with our waitress. Our main server was softly spoken so we couldn’t really make him out. Overall – definitely recommend @chaophraya_glasgow