London says hello to Farang's Thai street food

Anyone who has been lucky enough to visit the exotic nation of Thailand will recognise the inimitable flavours and colours of Thai street food, and now it has come to London.

Residents of the capital who wish to reminisce about their travelling days, or just try an exciting new cuisine, can book a table at Farang – a six month residency at San Danielle in North London’s Highbury area.

It is the latest carnation of a London Thai street food stall which is owned by the same proprietor behind two other celebrated London eateries – Seb Holmes – the man also responsible for The Begging Bowl in Peckham, and The Smoking Goat in Soho.

If you’re expecting the traveller staples of pork fried rice or pad Thai at Farang, think again. The restaurant will concentrate on its own unique creations, such as grilled flat iron beef steak and tiger prawn red curry. Diners will pay in the region of £12 to £18 for a main course.

The latest Highbury restaurant to set tongues wagging, Farang is just around the corner from Prawn on the Lawn and Tootoomoo, meaning the district is turning into a bonafide foodie heaven.

Taking a chauffeur service to get to this restaurant is the best way to travel in style without the hassle of searching for direction or taking train. To book a chauffeur car, contact Belgravia Chauffeurs here.

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