Dining out should always be an experience. Whatever you choose to eat whether it be Italian food, French cuisine or a Japanese meal you should always feel transported to that culture. It is this ability that distinguishes a great restaurant from a good one. At Patara we believe that it is a combination of your surroundings as well as what you are eating – authentic Thai food – that makes a fantastic Thai food restaurant.
Thai food is steeped in history, flavour and colour and at Patara we have tried to mirror this in the design of all our restaurants as well as on our menu. One of our newer sites on Berners street, was designed by the fantastic team at Superfutures. Inspiration was taken from the wooden carvings and motifs found in traditional Thai architecture and implemented at Berners Street, to reproduce the feel of an authentic Thai food restaurant. The menu was taken into account in every step of the design process and is very much echoed in the décor, blending the conventional with the modern.
As always the feedback from our customers is very important to us. It is particularly gratifying to see that our guests appreciate our efforts, as this lovely review from Chrissyrah1982 demonstrates.
‘I took my sister this time to the Berner’s street Patara. It’s a great location should the Soho Patara be busy as it’s not too far from the tube stations but tucked a little out of the way so as not to be too busy. This was indeed the case when we visited. There were only a few tables booked however there was also a large party behind us. The staff were extremely attentive and made sure we were not left waiting for anything. We had cocktails, both of which were lovely and then had starters and mains. The food was amazing; great flavours, consistency and taste. We shared a portion of duck spring rolls to start, my sister had the Honey Duck and I had the Wild Ginger Beef. All were amazing!
The restaurant itself has a sophisticated ambiance and the facilities are beautiful. Will always be top of my list when I visit London!’