Thaikhun, Manchester

Posted: December 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Neil On Meals

According to the old proverb, ‘a Sunday well spent brings a week of content’. On this basis, when Nyssa and I were invited for lunch with friends in Manchester we obviously couldn’t refuse.

After finding out we would be dining at the relatively new Thai ‘street food’ restaurant in Spinningfields, Thaikhun, I had some reservations. I’d read mixed reviews about the restaurant and I’m not a massive fan of that particular area, but of course I wanted to give it a try for myself.


Thaikhun attempts to bring a taste of Thailand to Manchester, hence the name, which is supposed to be pronounced tycoon (in “celebration of the street food vendors who are the real foodie entrepreneurs on the streets of Bangkok”).

The interior is the most perfectly planned and expensive array of Thai ‘tat’ ever assembled, however it was interesting and on the whole reminded me of my travels, and I always appreciate a little…

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