Street Thai | Brighton

A couple of days ago, I met up with some friends for a very long overdue catch-up!! I’ve been really hankering for some good Thai food, so we decided we were going to go along to Street Thai (in Brighton Square, which is in The Lanes); I’ve been before and absolutely loved it!

Plus it has a food hygiene rating of 5 from Scores on the Doors which is always a bonus (we were going to eat somewhere else but they had a hygiene rating of 1 so I vetoed it!!) By the way, this isn’t a sponsored post or a collab, I just love that you can see how clean a restaurant is before you go!!

I got there just before 5:30 and grabbed us a table, it’s pretty quiet in the early evening so there were plenty of tables to choose from 😀  Street Thai is situated over two levels and there’s also a super cute outdoor terrace upstairs, but as it’s still only February, I opted for indoor seating!

The vibe was really relaxed with music playing quietly.  I prefer a quiet vibe as it’s easier to hear conversations; I hate having to shout over dinner!  The staff were incredibly friendly and although it wasn’t busy, they weren’t crowding round us or being overly attentive which was lovely 🙂  Plus there’s plenty of quirky decor to photograph!  I love this bike 🙂

Once my friends arrived, we quickly ordered and our starters came out about 10 minutes after we ordered.

I went for the duck spring rolls with plum sauce for starters. I was expecting two spring rolls, so I was pleasantly surprised when I got four! They were absolutely packed full of duck and the sauce tasted so rich and plummy, I was almost tempted to order another portion 🐖🐖

One of my friends opted for the chicken satay with peanut sauce which she said was delicious, it certainly looked very appealing!

For main, I really wanted to try something new but ended up going for an old classic; pad Thai!  I’m a sucker for wok fried noodles ♥  The dish came with egg, bean sprouts, carrots, spring onion and plenty of peanuts with a choice of chicken or tofu.  I had the chicken version.

One of the girls had a green curry and let me try a little, it was gorgeous; I think I’ll be ordering that next time!  It had chicken, bamboo shoots, aubergine and pea aubergine (nope never heard of that either) and came with steamed Jasmine rice ♥️

The prices are really reasonable at Street Thai, you’re looking at between £5 and £7 for starters, £8 and £12.50 for a main course and about £5 for dessert.  My duck spring rolls, pad Thai and two diet Cokes came to less than £18, which is pretty fab for a meal out!!

Although we looked at pudding, we all felt pretty full so decided not to have anything, but I really want to try the green tea cheesecake with a coconut base and vanilla ice cream when I next go!!

Street Thai is such a hidden gem in the heart of Brighton but I love it.  I’ll definitely be visiting again and can highly recommend it for anyone looking for delicious Thai food in Brighton 😀

Have you been to Street Thai before?  Are you a fan of Thai food?  Let me know in the comments below 🙂 x

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  1. This place looks lovely! I’ve ahatdlg eaten Thai food but I love it! Will have to visit here when I next go to Brighton!

    Liz xz

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