Starter and main each with rice dish to share for two people
Wide range of authentic Thai curries, salads and soups
Stedham village location
The Fine Print
Validity: Valid 8 January to 8 March 2013 (Excl. 14 February 2013). Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Limit 4 people per table. Redemption: Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Further information: Limited availability on Saturdays. New customers only. Eat-in only. Valid for starters up to £6.50 and mains up to £9.15 each with rice up to £3.25 to share. Surcharges will apply for higher priced choices. Does not include service charge. Original value verified 12 December 2012 at 2.08pm.
The Hamilton Arms Nava Thai celebrates authentic Asian cuisine, rustling up a feast of aromatic curries, traditional soups and crispy snacks.
Groupon Asks The Hamilton Arms Nava Thai about the sights and smells of Thai cookery.
G: What’s the food like? "The emphasis is on traditional Thai food. Joint proprietors Suhail Hussain and Mudita Karnasuta, who came to Britain from Thailand in 1969, ensure that all dishes are based around authentic Thai ingredients and traditional recipes.”
G: So what kind of dishes can people expect? “A wide selection of starters including roast rib of pork marinated in honey, soya sauce and spices. For mains, people can choose from salads, soups and curries such as Gaeng Ped Yang: roast duck cooked in red chilli paste, coconut milk, pineapple, mushrooms. There’s also a separate vegetarian menu.”
G: Can you tell us more about the owners? "Mudita is a founder member of the Thai Restaurant Association, formed to establish contact between restaurateurs and to promote authentic Thai food in Britain. She has taught Thai cuisine at adult education classes and has also produced Simply Thai, a video on Thai cookery.”
G: What’s the location like? "The restaurant is housed within a cosy countryside pub which hosts events including bingo nights. There’s a small shop within the bar which sells genuine Thai ingredients, as well as handicrafts, so that people can recreate the experience at home.”