Best of Thai: The sister restaurant to Thai on High on High Street, Thai on High at Centrestage is chef Kea Liden’s latest project, serving up Thai classics in comfortable surrounds and joining Sheung Wan’s burgeoning dining scene.
Look & Feel: Located on trendy Bridges Street, Thai on High at Centrestage is a cosy space with light wooden dining tables and chairs, done up in tropical-bright wall art for a breezy feel with plenty of hanging pendant lighting.
On the Menu: Expect classic Thai comfort food favorites, from pad thai and tom yum goong to spicy basil chicken rice and satay skewers. The papaya salad is light and refreshing, and fresh young coconuts are also on offer.
Meet the Chef: Hailing from Chiang Rai, chef Kea Liden opened private kitchen Kea’s Kitchen before opening Thai on High on High Street, Thai on Nine, and now Thai on High’s second iteration on Bridges Street.
Great For: Casual nights out.
FYI: Try the restaurant’s set lunches, which rotate every week.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.