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Baan 26 was created for the discerning palate when it comes to Thai cuisine and here, authenticity is key. The menu boasts of items that we have come to love from Thailand such as the Spicy Tom Yam Soup that’s packed with a punch, the highly addictive Lime & Chili Seabass, the ever satisfying Pandan Leaf Chicken Wrap and Mango Sticky Rice, a popular sweet ending.
Décor here is eclectic and stays true to its name – home. The walls are covered in a fiery red coat of paint and it brings to live the knick-knacks from Thailand.
It's intimate and cosy during the day while the night is a livelier atmosphere, with the well-equipped bar in full swing and a huge ceiling-mounted plasma screen airing the latest music videos and sports matches. The place gets especially busy during Friday and Saturday nights, when it is often close until late, way beyond its normal operating hours.
Food Featuring authentic recipes from the humble Thai kitchen, Baan 26’s offerings are full-bodied and satisfying – none of the watered-down variety that can be found in some so-called posh Thai restaurants. Served with a slightly modern twist, Baan 26’s dishes retain original, traditional flavours.