Pairs can begin their Thai meal with a starter such as chicken wings sautéed in soya sauce (usually £6.50) or crispy prawn toast topped with sesame seeds (£5.75). A wide selection of mains are available to accommodate a variety of taste buds, including beef stir-fried with basil leaves, aubergines and fresh chillies (£9.15), or tender fried pork with ginger and jelly mushrooms (£8.15). Whatever the choice, all meals will be accompanied by a rice dish to share between two (up to £3.25).
An innovative blend of two cultures, Nava Thai sits within the cosy confines of The Hamilton Arms – a traditional country pub. On the menu is a range of authentic pan-Asian fare, while the bar is stocked with a mix of real ales and imported Thai beers. Those wishing to tuck into tasty Thai tucker at home can do so with a take-away service, or patrons can cook up a storm with authentically sourced ingredients available from the eatery’s in-house shop.
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