THAI KINGDOM restaurant


tel. 01789 26 11 03



Welcome to Thai Kingdom, the home of traditional Thai food in the heart of Stratford upon Avon. We are a family owned restaurant, established in 1992 centrally located, within minutes walk from the theatres. We pride ourselves on using fresh, authentic produce to create our popular Thai dishes.


Our menu comprises of a wide variety of cuisine from all over Thailand. Whether you like coconut milk based curries from the south or Chinese influenced noodle dishes from the north, we are confident you will find something to suit your taste.


Our private dining room is ideal for tour groups, parties, business functions, etc. Or why not book the whole restaurant for a very unique wedding reception! Our beautifully carved fruit and vegetables make stunning table decorations and we can organise Thai music or dancing to make your special day one to really remember!

Please contact us to discuss your requirements, we will be happy to assist you in organising your perfect event.


During the summer months we open our courtyard garden; a tranquil little oasis, tucked away from the hustle and busy of the town. Enjoy a cool iced Thai tea amongst the bamboos, vegetables and herbs, that our chefs tender too.



Introducing our new website...


As you can see, our new website is finally here! We hope you like it, and thank you for your patience in waiting for it to come!

We have lots of exciting offers and events coming up at Thai Kingdom this year. If you would like to be kept informed and recieve discount vouchers, all you have to do is subscribe.



We promise never to disclose your contact details to any third parties, ever! And we will not bombard you with emails relentlessy, either! Plus, if you fill in your birthday, we would even like to give you a special gift on your special day.



Father's Day

Sunday 15th June


We are giving a complimentary Singha beer to every father, so don't forget to book!



What is going on in Thailand this month...


World Environment day, 'Raise your voice, not the sea level'

Thursday, 5th June

The United Nations Environment Program aims to raise the level of concern regarding the rise of the sea.

DEQP poses a question to the public asking weather an individual has ever stopped and wondered how much pollution one has contributed to the landscape, from the food we eat, plastic bags we use, and transportation that takes us places, and wondered how we can help reduce the assault on the environment.

DEQP research found that each day a person creates about a kilogram of waste, of which 20% is plastic; the ever increasing amount being dumped, releases methane gas, which contributes to global warming.

The UNEP points out that research for the past 100 years, shows the sea level has increased by as much as 10-25 centimeters and forecasts that the sea will rise another 50 centimeters in 86 years time– the year 2100.

To raise the issue of the rising sea level with Thai people and the lifestyle that contributes to global warming, the annual event will be held between 4th-6th June, 2014 at the Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon. On June 5th, HRH Princess Srirasmi will preside at the opening ceremony.

To encourage people to adopt an environmentally friendly lifestyle, a Green Card will be issued to visitors at the event so as to collect points for the purchase of environmentally friendly products. (The Thai Financial Post)


Sunthorn Phu day, Thailand's best known Royal poet

Thursday 26th June

Sunthorn Phu (1786-1855), poet of the Rattanakosin period (1772 - present). Every year on the 26th of June he is commemorated by a festival at Sunthorn Phu Memorial Park in the southeastern city of Klaeng, birthplace of the poet's father. The festival features recitals, plays, and puppet shows of his works. A statue of the poet stands nearby. At the Thai Human Imagery Museum in Bangkok are displayed wax figures of Sunthorn and the characters of his masterpiece, Phra Abhai Mani, named after its main character.


Thailand's Shakespeare!


Koh Samet

วันสุนทรภู่วันสุนทรภู่ Sunthorn Phu

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