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In case the rain took you by surprise during the promenade around Lord Leycester Hospital, stop by this restaurant. The key aspect of Art Kitchen is the Thai cuisine. A number of guests say that you can eat tasty sea bass, thai beef and lamb here. The recipe for success of this place is its good pancakes, vanilla ice cream and pudding. Delicious wine, gin or beer are worth a try here. You will enjoy great tea at this spot.

At this restaurant, you can hold any party, whether it's an anniversary, a wedding or a birthday party. A lot of people mention that the staff is hospitable here. Service at Art Kitchen is something one can name spectacular. Prices are reasonable for the quality you get. There is a cool atmosphere and fine decor at this place. This spot is rated on Google 4.5 by its clients.

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After reading some reviews on other websites I was worried about my visit to The Art Kitchen. However, the food we had was amazing. The meats and fish were perfectly cooked and the atmosphere was warm, welcoming and friendly. My friends and myself would recommend a visit.
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The most horrific experience. Our first and last time here! Upon arrival, We placed our orders, n proceeded to feed our toddlers with some food we had brought from home (as they do not eat Thai food). This is a common practice parents do and restaurants do not mind it as children have their own food preferences, and any human should respect that as they are just small children. The lady who took our order, came over to us and yelled at us for feeding our toddlers the piece of chicken we did not purchased from the shop, although we explained to her that they do not eat Thai food. Yet she still continue to yell pointing at the food we are feeding our little babies with a disgusted face. Then she proceeded to go on n on about it and complain about it to her colleagues in Thai right in front of us (Im not Thai but I understand the Thai language), while she kept staring at us with anger and disgust at the food we were feeding our little children. It was very disrespectful and disturbing, as these are our own small kids who were hungry. This went on throughout the entire time we were there and each time she passed our table. Then she went on to come back to me and told me to get my little babies to eat it up quickly so she n no one else would see it anymore. She said her manager would scold her n she would get in trouble. I told her to please let me speak to her manager which she later told me she was the manager. So was she lying and claiming to be the manager now? I had already lost my appetite to eat by then, and I wish I had left the restaurant, but we had already ordered a lot of food and we didn't feel it was right to leave while our food was already being prepared.

Our friend's baby dropped his shoe, n one of the staff picked it up n THREW it at the mother. To add to this fiasco, a waitress brought one of the dishes and said "beef curry". My friend (who does not eat beef for religious reasons) asked her "is this beef or chicken?". The lady took a look at the dish and rudely said "Chicken", to which my friend asked "Are u sure?". The waitress said, again rudely, "you taste and find out"!!!

By then we could no longer take any more of the abuse we were getting from the staff and decide to leave before even having our main meals. We finally told them that they are very rude and ask for the bill. Which the staff then said we did not need to pay and everything she did was her way of sending the message to us that our children shouldn't be eating food we brought in and if we were not happy with that, we can leave without paying. Should we have let our kids starve then ?

We came here because of all the good reviews on Google as we wanted to have a good dinner with our best friends but It was an extremely horrific,unpleasant and uncomfortable experience. It spoilt our entire day, and as a parent I felt very attacked, discriminated, disturbed and disappointed with the way this restaurant and its staff treated us and our children. I would never return to this restaurant. Food vice, far far from authentic Thai. Not worth the money or heartache.
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Superb quality food with the authentic taste of Thailand.
We have been eating here since it opened. We were back in the area tonight and had a 10/10 meal
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Thai, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 12PM
$$$$ Price range per person £10 - £39
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7 Swan St
Warwick, England, United Kingdom
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7 Swan St, Warwick, England, United Kingdom
Features
No outdoor seating Wi-Fi Booking Cash only No delivery Takeaway Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 12PM-10PM
MondayMon 12PM-10PM
TuesdayTue 12PM-10PM
WednesdayWed 12PM-10PM
ThursdayThu 12PM-10PM
FridayFri 12PM-10PM
SaturdaySat 12PM-10PM

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