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January 23, 2020

Tiki Bar & Kitsch Inn on Bath Street has just revealed a new Thai small plates menu.

Over in the West End, this week's launch of Ka Pao may be grabbing all the headlines when it comes to food from South East Asia.

However, the city's more established Thai restaurants also have lots of new ideas to offer.

Launched in 2010, Tiki Bar & Kitsch Inn is keeping things fresh with an enticing new sharing menu from Head Chef Thatchapon Leksriri.

We would kick off with a spicy chicken tom yam soup before hitting the Thai red curry and the pork fillet in a garlic and pepper sauce.

We could also make a case for the corn fritters, honey pork ribs and a hot, rustic jungle curry made with chicken and aubergines.

Naturally, there is a selection of pad Thai noodle dishes alongside long time faves such as king prawn tempura and massaman beef curry.

Cooked from scratch

Tiki's new small plate menu is ideal for sharing.

Tiki's new small plate menu is ideal for sharing.

Everything is cooked from scratch by the Thai kitchen team and if, you can't decide what to have, you could also let chef Thatchapon order for you.

The new, all day sharing menu will replace the old a la carte dinner menu. The existing lunch offer - £9.50 for 2 courses on express lunch menu - remains in place. 

Liam Grogan, manager of Tiki Bar & Kitsch Inn, explains: 

'Everybody loves sharing and with our new small plates, you can order more of what you love without breaking the bank. 

'The menu is true to our tropical roots and it’s sure to brighten up your January. Come and join us at our Tiki island on Bath Street.'

After eating, you could always continue your island getaway by heading downstairs to the Tiki bar.

Make mine a Rum Bongo. Or, if we are not heading back to work after lunch, let's share a Glasvegas Kiss.

You can book Tiki via 5pm.

Salt and pepper squid with green Thai mayo.

Salt and pepper squid with green Thai mayo.