10 Topsfield Parade Tottenham Lane LONDON N8 8PR
Reservations 020 8348 6898
Take Away 020 8348 3231
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opening hours
Tuesday – Sunday
12:00 to 15:00
Monday – Wednesday
18:00 to 22:30
Thursday – Saturday
18:00 to 23:00
18:00 to 22:30
early eater 10% discount
(Monday to Thursday)
Seated 18:00 – 19:30 table cleared by 20:30

what the papers say

Charles Campion’s London restaurant guide

O’s Thai Café is young, happy and fresh – just like O himself.
With his economics, advertising and fashion-design background, and a staff who seem to be having fun, O brings a youthful zip to Thai cuisine. His café is fast and noisy and the music is played at high volume. But that’s not to say the food is anything less than excellent, and it’s very good value too. Order from the comprehensive and well explained menu or from the blackboard of specials which runs down an entire wall. Of the many starters satays are tasty, prawn toasts and spring rolls are as crisp as they should be, while paper-wrapped thin dumplings really do melt in the mouth. Tom ka chicken soup is hot and sharp, with lime leaf and lemongrass. Main courses include Thai red and green curries – the gaeng kiew wan a spicy, soupy green curry of chicken and coconut cream, is pungently moreish – as well as an interesting selection of specials such as yamneau, a.k.a. weeping tiger – sliced, spiced, grilled steak served on salad with a pungent Thai dressing. If you like noodles, there is a selection of pad dishes – stir-fries with a host of combinations of vegetables, soy sauce, peanuts, spices, chicken, beef, pork, king prawn or bean curd. Puddings may include khow tom mud, banana with sticky rice wrapped in banana leaf, or Thai ice cream. There is a wide and varied wine list, with Budweiser Budvar, Amstel and Leffe beers on draught.

Eat London

If your appetite is for Thai food, then ‘0’s Thai Cafe’ .… perfect …. very reasonably
priced and good value for money.

Time Out Guide

…. making O’s Thai Café excellent value for money.
This long, narrow, buzzing canteen is decorated in minimalist cream with blond wood furniture and a single spotty, coloured wall for that oh-so Soho vibe. The menu is short and sweet…. Gaeng kiew wan was rich and flavoursome and consisted of good chunks of chicken and vegetables with lime and basil in green curry and coconut cream, but the dish of the day was definitely the kratien prik tai talay, a generous, succulent garlicky combination of seafood in coriander paste and oyster sauce. As a bonus, it was a pleasant change to have the rice included in the price of the dish, making O’s Thai Café excellent value for money.

Time Out Guide

O’s is somewhere that always makes for a good night out.

Evening Standard ‘Hot Tickets’

O’s Thai Cafe Featured Restaurant

ES Magazine – London’s top 100 restaurants.

O’s Thai Café. Very modern, very buzzy restaurant serving better than average Thai food. Deservingly crowded.

Rough Guide

‘Best Thai/South East Asian Restaurant’

Time Out Guide

Crouch End is not short of appealing cafes and restaurants, and O’s is not short of customers…. transplanting from a Muswell Hill pub to the heart of N8 in July 1997 was a move in the right direction for 0 & Co.

Time Out Guide

Crouch End now has its own Wagamama-ish designer canteen

The Thai Cafe that used to occupy a corner of Muswell Hill’s Victoria Stakes pub has moved down the road to Crouch End and undergone a metamorphosis…..and they’ve done a great job with the new premises. Crouch End now has its own Wagamama-ish designer canteen…..0n a Saturday night, the place was humming with boisterous chat as a lively crowd of mostly twenty and thirtysomethings tucked into a stream of simply presented dishes…..