Ting Thai Caravan
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Tasty thai food at good prices. Usually have to queue to get a table but never a long wait.
I love a good Thai place and this is such good quality and taste fresh. The prices are super affordable so you can get lots of starters for cheap.
Great food at a great price. Serving up the most delicious Thai food. Casual dining up near the meadows. Always busy so has a fab atmosphere. You can also check out their sister restaurant Ting Sabateur just a couple of doors down the road - serving mainly Vietnamese.
Quirky Thai restaurant. They don’t take bookings and is a cash only place. Food is so fresh!!
Omg omg, just fantastic place to eat, quick and super tasty, reasonably priced too! Be prepared to share your space to others- this ia not a fancy restaurant
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