Went there only once, but will definitely be returning to try more dishes. I only had green chicken curry and coconut rice, but it was absolutely divine. It was enough for me to practically fall in love with this little place.
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If you go to a restaurant purely for the taste of the food, then this is the place. The decor is basic; the restaurant is quite small, but the food tastes beautiful. The attendance is also very good; discreet but good.
My mother is Thai, so I know great Thai food. The food here was OK, but considering all the staff are Thai, I expected more. Flavours were lacking from basic dishes like massaman and panang. The Pad Thai was pretty good but different from traditional...More
Called a colleague a ladyboy, made several comments about women, made several inappropriate jokes about Thai culture and stole £5 via contactless card and took the cash as a personal tip. Will not be visiting again.
Mudmee. It is not a restaurant, it is an attraction with a friendly-rude staff and a very easy going atmosphere. If you cannot deal with one of these characteristics, you should change your mind and to eat in another place. With a friend I took...More
We regularly eat at Mudmee before catching an evening train from Liverpool Street (5 minutes away). Always enjoy the food and very reasonably priced. Always find a table about 7 ish even though always busy. Service is very quick and food very fresh and quite...More
I am a regular here for lunch. Food is decent and at good prices. One staff member (older man) is racist towards non-white people. I come here often for lunch, and I have noticed a pattern. Most staff members are very nice and pleasant to...More
Just 2 of us enjoyed a fantastic meal at Mudmee. Including 2 alcoholic drinks each it was around £25 a head which is unbelievable value for the City. Our waiter provided stand up comedy throughout and was helpful and humorous. The food that was supplied...More