Chaophraya (City Centre)

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Chaophraya (City Centre) Maps
Chaophraya (City Centre) Address The Town House, Nelson Mandela Place, City Centre, Glasgow G1 2LL
Chaophraya (City Centre) Phone 0141 332 0041
Chaophraya (City Centre) Opening Hours Monday - Sunday : 12noon - 12midnight
Friday & Saturday : 12noon - 1am
Chaophraya (City Centre) Food Price £5 - £10 per pax
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What people say about Chaophraya (City Centre)

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4.5
40 reviews
  • Chaophraya is an exciting and authentic experience

  • The ambience is far from the traditional minimal asian

  • ) All dishes are well balanced with the simultaneous punch of sweet

  • The cocktail list is very interesting (some are better than the others

  • Decided to go here for dinner based on location and appearance as we were walking along the street

  • We had the numbers and were able to order a good variety of dishes from their extensive menu

  • While everything was uniformly excellent in preparation and presentation

  • Our waiters were knowledgeable

  • I would suggest Chaophraya (City Centre) for celebration of anything with family and few friends

  • Had the vegetarian feast which was pricy but I got to gorge on lots of yummy starters and main courses

  • My favourite starter was a salad which was packed full of flavour and texture

  • You don't win friends with salad"

  • Sad to say that this branch of Chaopraya is nowhere near as good as it's Edinburgh counterpart

  • Steamed dumplings were also tasty with a decent amount in the plate

  • The papaya salad was amazing but my favorite starter has to be the dumplings

  • Eventhough pad thai is a signature thai dish

  • My family had an anniversary celebration at the start of April and this is where we tend to go when we want to go somewhere special

  • The cocktails were also awesome in the Palm Sugar Lounge

  • So when I was peeling off the prawn shel there were sth black burned left in the salad

  • The salad dressing is sweet includes fish sauce

  • Crap prawn filling with sweet sauce I think it includes later sauce

  • Presented tastefully with incredible ambience and a very central location

  • Located in a beautiful refurbished old building in Glasgow which I believe was an academy of music at one time around a century ago

  • Think it would be handy for office workers and they do a lunch menu which is reasonably priced

  • I have been a few times and have seen staff singing happy birthday with sparklers and drums

  • The Weeping tiger as a main course is recommended

  • I had the Pad Thai noodles with freshly squeezed orange juice and everything was cooked to perfection

  • I love restaurants with beautiful ambience

  • Chaophraya reception has an intriguing glass chandelier with several Buddha statues greeting you

  • Chicken cashew and beef sizzling with sticky rice &

  • All of the dishes did justice but my fav was the cashew nut curry with sticky rice

  • Veg platter was all deep fried stuff (like tempura) except for the rice cake with some kind of ratatouille (rice cake taste was weird)

  • My friend said it was sweet but didn&rsquo

  • My pad thai in another hand was a disaster

  • I asked them to do the same thing but less sweet but the waitress said cant as the sauce is already made

  • End up the bill was wrong as the waitress didnt take out the pd thai so they charged both pad thai and stir fry

  • As the food is not authentic and super sweet

  • Ambience of this restaurant is good had positive vibes there tried food and it was also nice and tasty and staff is cooperative

  • Went here for a birthday treat meal was nice but well overpriced for what you got found you could better meal else where a lot cheaper the restaurant was nice and clean as I said just overpriced

  • The manager offered to let us try a couple more dishes we had not eaten before and they were really rich in taste

Chaophraya (City Centre) Specialties

  • Thai
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