Patara (London) Reviews
Description:Thai. 181 Fulham Road ,Chelsea, London SW3 6JN. Tel +44(0)207 351 5692
Newest Review: ... excellent starter. At that point, the staff appeared to forget we were there. We repeatedly asked for our main course. Nobody apologised while we were waiting for our food, or offered us any drinks. The main course eventually arrived at 930, an hour and a half after we had sat down. To add insult to injury, when the main course arrived, it was cold. For every person around the table. ... more
Customer Patara (London) Reviews (2)
by Ross Manning - written on 23/05/07
Here is a copy of a letter I wrote to Patara Restaurant in Greek St recently. 'On Saturday 12 May I reserved a table at your Greek St restaurant, for seven people, at 8pm. I arrived on time with my group. We were seated and served drinks, followed by an excellent starter. At that point, the staff appeared to forget we were there. We repeatedly asked for our main course. Nobody apologised while we were waiting for our food, or offered us any drinks. The main course eventually arrived at 930, an hour and a half after we had sat down. To add insult to injury, when the main course arrived, it was cold. For every person around the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/01, updated on 02/02/01 (Useful, 513 readings)
Patara is on the corner of the Fulham Rd and Sydney Street. It's cosy, and because it is not large, reserving a table is definitely recommended. Although I haven't eaten in all Thais of London, I find it to be the best Thai food in the city. Service is impeccable, the prawn crackers are not your usual, greasy, white things, but made in-house and are out of this world. I don't like very hot food, but I hear the curries are delicious. I personally like to stick to the steamed dumplings (hmmm) and all the other goodies. Patara is moderately priced (starters are £5-£7 and main courses £12-£17). There are some good wines to ... Read the complete review
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