As restaurants get the green light to reopen indoors on Monday, we've rounded up 10 of the best Thai restaurants in Leeds for a salty, spicy, sour and sweet hit of flavour. Is your favourite on the list?
1. Jino's Thai Cafe
After huge demand for deliveries during lockdown, this family-run Headingley restaurant has moved to a larger venue on North Lane. The menu includes classics such as green curry and Pad Thai, as well as street food bites like tiger prawns and veg tempura. Pictured is head chef Nathan Brown with the Pad Krapao Kai Dow dish
For a taste of Thai fine dining in a glamorous setting, head to Chaophraya by Leeds Station. The stars of the a la carte menu include royal lamb massaman with sous vide lamb, pork belly with red curry paste and seafood udon noodles.
3. Zaap Thai
The popular chain has just opened a new restaurant in Headingley with its distinct funky decor. It serves authentic Thai street food, including crispy wonton, grilled pork skewers, curries, platters and noodle dishes. Wash it down with boozy bubble tea or a cocktail.
4. Thai Sabai
Enjoy traditional Thai food at Thai Sabai in Headingley. On the menu are a range of curries - including red, green and panang - stir fry dishes, noodles and the show-stopping whole sea bass. There’s a large wine menu to pair with your dish.