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Thaikhun has gone pink

We have just launched pink noodles. Available for a limited time only to celebrate the launch of the new Mean Girls film and in the run up until Valentine's Day. Hurry only available until 18th February. Available at all Thaikhun locations and trust us they make a perfect side!

Our winter sale is here

Guess what? The party of the year is happening at Thaikhun, and you're invited to the feast of a lifetime! This January, we're unleashing 30% off on all our mouthwatering delights – both in our awesome restaurants and delivered straight to your door via Deliveroo. Hold on to your taste buds, folks; it's about to get wild!

Why our restaurants get blessed by Buddhist Monks

A tradition seen across Thailand and one we upkeep for our sites, is the blessing by Buddhist Monks. This centuries-old practice is deeply rooted in Thai culture and holds significant spiritual and cultural importance. In this blog post, we'll delve into the reasons behind this sacred tradition and its impact on Thai restaurants.

Thai Comfort: Delights for Autumn

As the crisp autumn breeze sweeps through, there's no better way to warm your soul than with a steaming bowl of Thai comfort food. Thailand's culinary heritage is rich and diverse, offering an array of tantalizing dishes that are perfect for the season. In this blog, we'll delve into some of the most delectable Thai dishes from Thaikhun that are sure to satisfy your autumn cravings.

Celebrate Curry Month with Thaikhun this October

Welcome to Curry Month with Thaikhun, a time to savor the aromatic and flavorful world of Thai curries! In this blog post, we'll embark on a culinary journey through Thailand, exploring the vibrant spectrum of Thai curries and learning about their distinctive characteristics. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds and discover the magic of Thai curries!

Make a fresh start with a splash this Songkran

Celebrated from 13th-15th April, Songkran is the Thai New Year celebration that’s sure to make a splash. Also known as the water festival, Songkran typically sees people line the streets of Bangkok’s infamous Kho San Road as its closed for a city wide water fight, there are deeper running traditions that are adhered to across both Thailand and the rest of the world.

Your trip to Thailand

Our top-picks for your trip to Thailand. With every thing you need all in one place, we've put together a list of Thailand must-do's including Thai street food markets, Thai cooking schools and much much more!

Songkran Thai New Year

During Songkran, people travel across the globe to spend time with their family and friends and immerse themselves in water fights and street parties that last nearly a whole week! ‘Water fights for nearly a whole week?’ we hear you say…

Mothers Day

In Thailand, Mother’s Day is a huge occasion and widely celebrated across the country, just as it is here in the UK. The Jasmine flower is a symbol used across many Mother’s Day events in Thailand and not just in its floral form.