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 The Royal Elephant restaurant , Beaconsfield, HP9 2PE
The Royal Elephant
8 Warwick Road
Beaconsfield, HP9 2PE
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Tel:01494 674380
Facilities
Non-smoking area
Parties & weddings welcome
Vegetarian selection
Children welcome & high chairs available
Party menus
Allergy aware
Easy Parking
The philosophy at The Royal Elephant is to provide authentic Thai food at value for money prices, backed up by service that is both relaxed and friendly. The third in a series of Noyne Thai restaurants, The Royal Elephant in Beaconsfield is the best example of top taste and perfect decoration.
This loveable restaurant is offering fine food and un-compromised service and is a must “ be seen and tasted ”. The menu offers a great variety of traditional Thai dishes, seafood and vegetarian dishes to appeal to everyone’s buds. All Royal Elephants are the perfect locations for business or family get-togethers. Visit www.theroyalelephant.co.uk to view our sister restaurants in Hampton Hill and Potters Bar.
The menu includes traditional Thai dishes as well as some unusual and original dishes and an excellent range of fish and seafood and vegetarian. All Royal Elephant restaurants take great pride in producing genuine, original Thai cuisine.
Within the Potters Bar restaurant, on every Wednesday you will be treated to a display of traditional Thai dancing featuring both the Chawa followed by the Phu Thai dance. We strongly recommend that you try The Royal Elephant Banquet with its selection of dishes to share and enjoy. The Royal Elephantís sister restaurant can be found at 10/10A High Street, Potters Bar Herts EN6 5AF, tel: 01707 660668.
Opening Hours
Open every day noon-3pm and 6pm-11pm. All major credit cards accepted (not Diners). No service charge.
Typical Spending
Lunch or Dinner : £20.00
Per person including wine
Cuisine
Thai
Rice is the main staple of Thai people. Steamed or boiled rice it is the elemental plate of the meal and will be eaten with several dishes. Thai cuisine combines vegetable, fish, and other meat cooked with many kinds of spices such as garlic, chili, lemongrass, coconut milk, tamarind, ginger, coriander, basil, and peanuts. The taste of Thai food is usually hot and spicy. The most famous Thai dishes are Tom Yum Kung, the spicy soup with shrimp and Pad -Thai, noodle fried with meat and vegetable.
Vegetarian
Your Reviews
Gary MJun 22 2005
I recently visited the Royal Elephant in Beaconsfield and was very impressed. The food was sensational and the service   Read More...
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