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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £25 for a six-plate lunch tasting menu with soft drinks for two (41% off)
- £39.90 for a ten-plate dinner tasting menu with beer or cocktail for two (43% off)
Six-plate menu may include:
Soft drink each
Starters: vegetable spring rolls, Chicken satay, Thai dumplings or prawn crackers
- Mains: select one main dish with choice of meat, each served with steamed jasmine rice (except noodle dishes)
- Meat options: chicken | pork | beef | prawns
Dish options: red curry | green curry | jungle curry | stir-fried garlic and pepper | stir-fried cashew nut | stir-fried chilli and basil | stir-fried sweet and sour | pad Thai noodles | pad Si-Ew noodles | drunken noodles
- Dessert: classic ice cream (vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, mint chocolate)
Ten-plate menu may include:
Starters: prawn crackers | prawn herb salad | crispy vegetable spring rolls | chicken satay
Mains: beef green curry | chicken with cashew nuts | pork with chilli and basil | prawns with broccoli in oyster sauce and steamed rice
Dessert: banana fritter or chocolate crepe
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Excludes 10-23 Dec 2017. Limit 1 per 2 people, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. For Bookings call 1865 200 705. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID to consume alcohol. Valid for option purchased only. Valid Sun-Thu. Surcharges available to upgrade dishes on the day. Drink for option 2 is a bottle of beer or a glass of wine. Verified using our mechant's price list on 13 Dec 2016.
About Bangkok House
Established in 1992 and located a three-minute walk away from the Oxford train station, Bangkok House brings the tastes of Thai cuisine to the neighbourhood. Combining the culinary skills of their chef with locally-sourced products, the establishment offers a wide range of flavours from mild dishes to hot and fiery ones. Typical seasoning consists of herbs and spices such as garlic, lemon grass, galangal, ginger and basil leafs, and meals often include seafood and curry paste, made of at least nine different ingredients.