We are Thai at heart but our food concept is anything but traditional. Our food are casual and fun, many are twisted using food trends and imaginations. Even our Thai Spicy Green Curry also created with a Twist – classic but not ordinary. We are offering wide range for your choice from small bites, main meat dish and one dish and of course, for vegan.
Our bar offers full drink list for both non- and alcoholic. GHC signature cocktails are exclusively available at only London branch so it probably a MUST TRY.
Enjoy your time at Greyhound Café, we hope you ‘Tarn Hai Ario’ (Bon appetite).
Previously, yes I would recommend having been a few times before. However, i found the service a little disappointing this time. The lamb was also uncharacteristically tough
I went here when it first opened and thought it was great, the current experience was awful and feels like it has lost its way. The restaurant was 75% empty however our food still came out cold, was overcooked and generally felt poor quality. Will not be going again when there are so many other good options.
Very good food with a difference
Had beef , decent, and Tom Yum prawn, crab meat rice, etc. The portion is not big, the taste is nice.
One of the waiters/hostess requested us to hurry up 45 mins into the reservation and said that the restaurant has more bookings as well and we had to hurry up. Terrible! As main course wasn’t even finished in the first 45 mins!
Great place for a friends meet up.
Loved it amazing food great drinks and a lovely terrace with heaters and blankets
The food came suspiciously quickly, it was not fresh. Pad Thai felt like it was old and heated up in the microwave. Calamari was greasy and over battered. Crab and sweetcorn pops had very little crab inside, if any. Very disappointed as I had been wanting to try this place for ages and the menu looked great.
Very quiet for a Saturday night, we were the only people inside the restaurant. Food was average, ordered fried calamari that were very greasy, the pad Thai was average. The desert was good. Drinks were not amazing, my drink was too bitter but waiter said it was meant to taste this way and when I asked for another drink I was still charged for it. Overall a poor experience, will not go again.
An extremely attractive restaurant in Fitzrovia. It's one of those restaurants where you can simply turn up unannounced and get a table. The service was fuss free, the portions small, and the food was tasty. The green curry is probably better served with rice than noodles, but other than that, everything was good.
I have been to this restaurant twice and the food has always impressed me. It serves one of my favourite desserts and I love the style and twist on traditional Thai food. I would definitely recommend for an enjoyable meal with friends, family or loved ones.
Service was horrible. Food is typical British Thai food, nothing special about this place. The staffs are very rude and had no idea of what they are doing. Avoid at all costs.
The food was disappointing, and very average.
There are many places out there where you will find authentic Thai food, and better priced.
Very noisy restaurant, more like a bar.
Horrible service. It took 45 minutes for the staff to offer water and it was an empty restaurant. Also, the waitress spilled a drink on me and it took 15 minutes to refill the drink plus nothing was comped. Food was delicious though!
The food has always been really tasty but however this time I find the restaurant really messy and not clean, the table is way too sticky.
Great place to go
Greyhound cafe was very average. The decor and the Tuk Tuk outside is inviting, however, we had some difficulty with the menu as there were not many fish options and no flexibility to swap chicken for prawns etc. I had read mixed reviews before going but wanted to experience it myself. As I had gone there for a celebratory occasion, it was all quite underwhelming.
Ok place wouldn’t go back
Great Thai food that is very authentic, although they also have some fusion dishes as well. I will be back. Great flavours and keeping to true 'Thai' level spicing.
Visited for lunch on Friday the cafe was very busy and the staff were inattentive the music is very loud and when it is full as well it was hard to talk the food we had was good but not as good as Greyhound in Bangkok som tam in particular not authentic will not be recommending
Good food, recommend for a good Thai!
Delicious Tom yum & best of all super delicious pad Thai. One of my favourite!
Great to have this Thai stalwart in London. Everyday favourite comfort food.
It was my second time here and the food was as good as I remembered. However it seems that it was understaffed - it took us a long time to get the waiter’s attention and we had to ask for a couple of time for a water refill.
Great food, good vibe.
Good, cosy place with great food. We went on a quieter night so it wasn't too noisy but I can imagine the place getting noisy if it was crowded. Staff were attentive and friendly.
Hello Faithe, Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us your review. We are very pleased to hear that you had a great experience with us. We hope to see you again soon. Kind regards, Greyhound Cafe Team
The food and service were fabulous as always!
Thank you for taking the time to review our restaurant. We really appreciate your feedback and hope to see you again soon. Best wishes, Greyhound Cafe Team
Great different food, was a little rushed with getting food out to us and staff could have been a bit more helpful with some of the menu options and stand out dishes
But food was good quality and ambiance was great!
Food was really nothing special. They switched up the lights at 10:55 while we were still eating mains, saying it was automatic and they close at 11
Great place, lovely food and a varied menu with something for everybody, reminded me of Bangkok.
Service was a bit unpolished, had to ask for cutlery, had to ask for napkins but hopefully this will become much improved.
Definitely going back as the food was really very good - and they also had my favourite fresh lime juice..... bonus!
Great Vibe and fab interpretation of Thai Stret food.
Good service and ambience. However, food is just fine. I ordered mussels which turned out it’s not fresh..so I had to return that dish.
Good food ，good environment.
If you really like to take photos，I thought the day time is better.
This is the second time I have eaten here, the food is consistently good and flavourful.
Great food and nice cocktails. The spicy mushrooms and sour prawn soup were especially good. Lots of veg options too. Pretty generous portions.
Food was just ok for us. Maybe because we been to Greyhound in Bangkok and thought the taste would be similar.
I used to visit the cafe in HK when I lived there, so very excited to see it come to London. The food is very interesting modern twist on Thai food but keeping to the basic rules of Thai cuisine.
Great if you love Thai or spice or both together!
The menu was quite difficult to grasp. It was quite a while before it was explained.
The service, overall, was good but we were told that as we were over 50 (!) we couldn't have med rare steak As 2 of our party had run a catering company we challenged this. The waiter said he had been told by the manager but didn't know the reason. We asked to see the manager who never appeared.
The food was ok but not exceptional. The place is most suitable if you are young, going out with mates where the drink is more important than the food. Sharing platters mean that you can share, but if you want a meal then you are probably better elsewhere.
This is our third time to Greyhound. We love the casual trendy atmosphere, food (creative colourful menu), and most of all the staff who are always super helpful and considerate. Great value for money. We keep introducing it to more and more friends.