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Thai Restaurant

4.2 out of 5 4.2/5 from 3 reviews (add your opinion)

49 Causewayside

Phone: 0131 667 1110

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Price: ££
Licensed: No
Pre-Theatre: No

Takeaway: No

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4 from MartinR (88%) on April 22nd, 2009 (10 years ago)

Celadon, 49 Causewayside, EH9 1QF, Edinburgh

I have only been to Celadon once and can highly recommend it. I am very fond of Thai food, but this was my first outing to a Thai restaurant in Edinburgh, so I can't compare it to any of the others as yet.

What I can say is that the food was excellent, the starters in particular were beautifully cooked. The presentation of food is good, and I like the individual touches, especially with the crockery. The ingredients tasted fresh and were cooked beautifully, an array of flavours to the tastebuds.

The service was one of the best I have experienced anywhere in the UK, polite, courteous, and very well mannered and friendly. The waitress was attentive but not at all overly so. Perfect for a romatic meal where you are left to your own conversation.

Finally, the decor is nothing special, but the tables were lit to perfection: warm, welcoming, and romantic.

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5 from EmmaR (69%) on September 25th, 2009 (9 years ago)

Celadon, 49 Causewayside, EH9 1QF, Edinburgh

Been to Celadon a couple of times now and really like the place. This was my first introduction to Thai food and has now got me converted. The restaurant itself is lovely. Stone walls and chunky wooden tables with candles on them somehow manage to be quite romantic. The staff are very welcoming and polite.

The food comes on unusual plates that appear to be laced at the sides but compliment the presentation of the food. The flavours are always delicate and perfectly balanced. The fish here is of good quality. My partner had a beef stew last time we went and I managed to sneak a taster. It was that good I'm already planning to have that on our next outing there.

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3.5 from bouncingtigger13 (9%) on October 15th, 2008 (10 years ago)

Celadon, 49 Causewayside, EH9 1QF, Edinburgh

I went to the Celadon early one lunchtime, and was pleasantly surprised. We had to phone the restaurant to make sure they were open, as there was no-one else in, and the sign said "Closed", even though the board advertising lunch was on the pavement. We were ushered in by the (very apologetic) front-of-house lady, waving a joss-stick. The decor was comparatively minimalistic; the tables were oriental rustic, with big balloon wineglasses on those that were already laid. The overall effect was pleasing to the eye, and conducive to a nice, quiet lunch. Whilst we were there, only one other table was occupied; but then, it was a Monday.

The food was well presented, and freshly cooked. The lunch menu is obviously a bit limited, but what do you expect for £7.99? However, the tempura prawns were lovely - and the sweet chilli dipping sauce has a good kick to it! They were nicely laid out on a china plate made to look like a banana leaf; the chilli dipping sauce was in matching crockery, designed to look like a folded banana leaf. It's these little touches that make a good restaurant. The main course was just right - I had a phad thai, which had some lovely jumbo king prawns in, alongside toasted tofu. The peanut garnish and chillies were served on the side, so you could add your own level of spiciness - mmmm. The portion control was spot on - not too much, so that you fall asleep in the afternoon, but not so little that you have to get chocolate within an hour of leaving!

A couple of Singha beers took the total to about £20 - and they contributed a third of the bill. So, good food at a reasonable price - and a bit different from the usual run-of-the-mill.

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