On Min Fat Street, Happy Valley Hong Kong, a tiny Thai restaurant is making waves. With room for just 25 covers, Na Thai is demonstrating its skill as a player on the Hong Kong food scene. Guests are welcomed into the restaurant’s narrow dining room and asked to choose from a concise menu of local Thai specialties. This is an excellent spot for a date or meal with a best friend or someone special.
Great local restaurant. Charming front of house staff and the food was very good. $100 for corkage /bottle a trifle expensive when the wine list is very limited. We liked the fact that it was small and intimate and we have plans to return regularly.
We enjoyed our meal at Na Thai. Nice tasting Thai food but not very authentic. It has a nice atmosphere and friendly staff. Overall, a good local restaurant.
In Na Thai on Min Fat Street, Happy Valley Hong Kong there are a collection of tables huddled
closely together along the sides of the restaurant’s narrow dining room. Diners are presented with
a menu highlighting some of the lesser known delights from Thai cuisine, like poo pad phohng
ga ree a stir-fried crab Thai curry, or pad kee mao a tantalising dish of drunken
noodles. Additionally, diners can treat themselves to a glass or two of wine from the bar’s
Guests at Na Thai often commend the swift, efficient service in the dining room. With a mere 25 covers available, the wait staff need to keep things moving, and dishes are served the moment they are ready in the kitchen. There’s a set lunch on offer between Monday and Friday, for just HK$88 which represents excellent value in Hong Kong. The Min Fat Street in Happy Valley eatery is open daily between 12pm and 2pm and again from 6pm and 10.30pm. As a cosy restaurant, a reservation is essential, especially during the weekend, but it’s a good idea whenever you fancy some great Thai food in Happy Valley.