Visit family-owned Thai restaurant, Chaophraya Leeds, for authentic al fresco Thai dining in the sun.
As summer approaches and the weather warms, what better way to soak up the sun rays than relaxing with a meal, cocktail or favourite drink sat outside. If you’re looking for an authentic Thai dish, coupled with a refreshing cocktail, whilst sat on the exclusive outdoor terrace overlooking Swinegate, then look no further. Al fresco dining doesn’t get any better.
Local Thai restaurant, Chaophraya, is now taking bookings for its popular outdoor terrace, for guests to experience an authentic Thai menu in the heart of Leeds.
Offering a modern Thai dining experience, Chaophraya Leeds’ outdoor terrace is perfect for guests to enjoy signature Chaophraya dishes, whilst experiencing the diverse cuisine from the North of Thailand through to the South without the need of a plane ticket.
Located in the heart of Leeds City Centre, just a short walk from Leeds train station, Chaophraya Leeds is the perfect spot for alfresco dining this summer. The team of expert chefs, headed up by owner Kim, bring together classic Thai and distinct signature dishes, accompanied by a fantastic range of cocktails, wines and beers.
Enjoy a range of traditional Thai dishes with the likes of ‘Pad Thai’ and ‘Gaeng Massaman’ along with Chaophraya’s ‘From the Garden’ menu, showcasing an array of authentic vegetarian and vegan Thai foods. Guests can also take advantage of the restaurant’s brand-new cocktail menu, perfect for those summer days sat in the sun. The bar serves a range of both signature and authentic Thai cocktails, with the likes of Smoking Whip, Lopburi and Tom Yum Siam which can be enjoyed either with an accompanying meal, or by themselves whilst sat in the sun.
Chaophraya provides table seating for both small and large groups, however guests are seated outside on a first come first serve basis. The space also boasts private dining spaces and overhead lighting, this Thai oasis offers exclusive dining variations with a welcoming atmosphere and excellent service.
The new menu, which launched in October of last year, was inspired by the movement towards taking the Thai dining experience to the next level and elevating each customer’s ‘at table’ experience. This includes bringing an ‘element of theatre’ to the table through interactive food experiences such as; hot plates, pouring sauces, personalised dish customisation and enhancing the premium experience through colour, vibrancy and crockery.
How to book
To book a table, visit the website. Chaophraya recommends booking tables in advance, to avoid disappointment, with a few tables available for walk ins, on a first come first serve basis. For tables up to 10 guests, bookings can be made online. For groups of 11 or more, please contact the restaurant to place an enquiry.
For more information, please visit: https://www.chaophraya.co.uk/contact