About Na Thai
More about the restaurant: Na Thai
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.
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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.