Topic: Zapp Thai Street Food

Best lunch in Leeds. Great Thai food. Quick, tastes great, not expensive. Friendly staff. Well worth a visit

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Been, kids love it.  I like the old 1940's front doors for the lavs.  Odd glasses, cheap cans of pop and loads of flavour in the noodle broths.  Big thumbs up.

I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.

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Where is it?

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Past Mojos at bottom of street.

I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.

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No, I mean Thailand.

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Harvest wrote:

No, I mean Thailand.


It's the way you tell 'em. .....

I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.

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Bottom of grand arcade is it? Sort of over the road from Templar pub for oldsters.

It's fun shaped, run by Sukhothai Thai bunch from ChApple. Street food version and better for it. Can get bit busy and slow of service in weekend evenings when I went first few weeks it opened.

But have you tried Thai Aroy Dee over the road on Vicar Lane?  About £6.50 for two courses at lunch. Proper Thai food

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onandoff wrote:

Bottom of grand arcade is it? Sort of over the road from Templar pub for oldsters.

It's fun shaped, run by Sukhothai Thai bunch from ChApple. Street food version and better for it. Can get bit busy and slow of service in weekend evenings when I went first few weeks it opened.

But have you tried Thai Aroy Dee over the road on Vicar Lane?  About £6.50 for two courses at lunch. Proper Thai food

Sukhothai used to have a place off Grove Lane in Headingley in one of those big old victorian monstrosities. It was superb. Going back a while now though. Got one just up the road now in downtown Alicante, run and cheffed by real Thaiers - very good indeed - a welcome break from tapas.

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Djpekingman wrote:

Sukhothai used to have a place off Grove Lane in Headingley in one of those big old victorian monstrosities. It was superb.

Still going strong, but now moved to St Ann Road, same parade as Salvo's now.

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Harvest wrote:

No, I mean Thailand.

Head for Bangladesh,through Myanmar then take a right at the lights just before Laos.

Keep going and Thailand is on the left,just behind the MacDonalds as you approach Chiang Mai.

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Meant Tie-Rack.

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Easy mistake to make I guess

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Djpekingman wrote:

Sukhothai used to have a place off Grove Lane in Headingley in one of those big old victorian monstrosities. It was superb

Must be over 15 years ago that I went there. Got mortally pissed and had a blazing row with my then girlfriend. Thanks for the memories.....

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Thai Cafe round the corner from the court was great for lunch. Cheap as chips (or rice) and quick.

She’s the main man in the office in the city and she treats me like I’m just another lackey, but I can put a tennis racket up against my face and pretend that I am Kendo Nagasaki...