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Cottage is Soho is a no frills restaurant knocking out authentic Thai dishes at cheap, cheap prices. Located just of the main Soho drags the restaurant attracts a mixture of clientele from young, trendy young things to older business types.

We started with a mega mix of starters including the Satay Chicken and Spring Rolls. Not the best we’ve eaten but for the price it’s hard to grumble. Mains of Green Thai Curry and Pad Thai hit the spot, the Pad Thai with prawns was a generous portion of fresh noodles and the curry was hot enough to kick our taste buds into touch without needing to flush our head down the toilet.

A bottle of drinkable red wine brought the bill to just under £40 – not bad for a meal for two in the heart of Soho. Would we go back? Yes we would, it’s unfussy authentic fresh thai food and it’s cheap. Thai Cottage sits firmly on the fence between a sit down dinner restaurant and take away joint..

34 D’Arblay Street, Soho, W1F