Sawaddee is not simply a restaurant, we offer an extensive menu of traditional Thai food and an innovative East-meets-West lunchtime fusion of Thai and European cuisine. Our chefs have been highly trained and have many years of experience cooking traditional Thai cuisine, managed with customer satisfaction in mind, to offer you an exemplary service throughout your meal.
What better way to relax, than to dine at Sawaddee with an evening of great Thai food.
Thai food has a reputation for being spicy, but is actually based on a subtle balance between different flavours, including spicy, sour, sweet, salty, and bitter. Thai food is distinctive in the use of fresh herbs and spices throughout each dish, with recipes influenced by neighbouring countries, such as China, Laos, Burma, and Malaysia. Sawaddee have an extensive menu of all styles of Thai cuisine, prepared with love of Thai food from throughout the land.
Highly recommend. You will not leave hungry. All the dishes were delicious, and the duck with tamarind was fantastic!
All I can say is the food is superb! Very tasty and very authentic just like how they are cooked in Thailand.
If you love Thai food you won't be disappointed. We have been but delighted with the quality of the food and excellent service. Highly recommend!
Gorgeous food, lovely staff, central location, good value. Don't have anything but praise for this superb restaurant.
For starters we shared the veggie platter, followed by the monkfish green curry, salmon with 3 flavours and some coconut rice. All were outstanding.
Delicious, genuine, fresh cooked Thai food. Look forward to eating there again. Very pleasant , helpful staff.
The staple grain of most Thai cuisine, rice and noodles are the primary and most part of any meal. There are as many as 30 varieties of rice to choose from alone.
Soy sauces, chilli pastes, fish sauces and curry pastes, are an integral ingredient found in many Thai dishes, with many varieties and variations to preparation.
Thai dishes use many different herbs and spices. Basil, coriander, lemon basil, cumin and cinnamon are just a few of the most commonly used spices.
Fresh fruits form a large part of Thai diet and cuisine. Fruits feature in spicy salads such as green papaya salad.
Thai Salad dressings use fish sauce, lime juice or sugar to enhance the desired saltiness, sourness or sweetness required. Crushed chilies, garlic and shallots add spiciness and a herbal fragrance.
There are many varieties of this Thai soup. Popular choices are noodle soup often made with chicken, pork, seafood or vegetables. Garlic, chilli and lemon grass are common spices used in noodle soup.
Popular Thai curry dishes include green and red curry chicken. Alternative options to choose from are beef or vegetable. Each selection, just as tasty as the next.
Thai desserts are sweet and sometimes filling snacks made of sweet syrups, coconut cream, tropical fruits, and sweet sticky rice. Thai mango sticky rice is a very popular Thai dessert.