Busaba Eathai (Store Street)
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Introducing Busaba Eathai (Store Street)...
Nestled amongst the buildings of Bloomsbury, within easy reach of the British Museum and UCL, Store Street embodies a private dining room and seating for al fresco dining.
Busaba Eathai, conceived by Alan Yau, is modern Thai eatery. Busaba is a Thai flower. Eathai is a fusion of the words eat and Thai, it replaces the term restaurant, which is often associated with formal/fine dining establishments. Busaba Eathai is a casual dining venue offering a single course eating experience devised to feed you with minimum fuss.
The diverse but simple menu offers a flavoursome selection of Thai salads, noodles, curries and stir-fries with an authenticity and freshness that surpasses expectations. The menu also offers an extensive list of Asian inspired juices and smoothies delivering a simple yet intelligent selection of wines, all with enough character to compliment the food.
Ten years from its inception, Busaba is renowned for its core cult following of loyal customers. The combination of its stylish interior, chattering atmosphere and mouthwatering food provide London with a youthful yet sophisticated dining venue and it continues to be one of the cities hottest tables.
Monday: 12pm – 11pm
Tuesday: 12pm – 11pm
Wednesday: 12pm – 11pm
Thursday: 12pm – 11pm
Friday: 12pm – 11.30pm
Saturday: 12pm – 11.30pm
Sunday: 12pm – 10pm
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