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Inspirational Women

Read about Kim's story in Thailand and how herself and Martin have created a multi-brand Thai restaurant group that's going from strength to strength. Starting small isn't always easy but with two entrepreneurial spirits and unwavering passion, Chaophraya is only going in the right direction.

An insiders guide to Thailand

Part 2 of our Thai tour! Did you read our first blog on what to see in Thailand? We can't let you go without knowing all there is about scuba-diving, festivals and exploring the island whilst star-gazing on beautiful beaches. Read about the best tourism tips when visiting the Land of Smiles.

Your Thai Tour

With staycations on the cards, we're filling you in on all you need to know for when the gates reopen and your tickets to Thailand are booked! Part 1 of our 'Tour in Thailand' telling you everything about the hottest destinations for sight seeing, trying the best street food there is and much more!

International Women's Day

There are many incredible women to celebrate this International Women's Day but we want to shine the spotlight on the beating heart of our business - Kim Kaewkraikhot, our owner and very talented Executive Chef.

New Menu

An exciting new taste of Thailand is here with the arrival of a contemporary and traditional Thai a la carte menu. With authentic Thai dishes and modern Thai recipes, there is food for everyone to enjoy.

Valentine's at home

An insight into the Thai way of celebrating Valentine's day. With traditions across Thailand on how to show your love and the inspiration behind our Thai tasting menu for Valentine's weekend. Learn all you need to know about how to celebrate Valentine's day true Thai style.

Chaophraya at Home

Our group of family-owned restaurants, in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds and Birmingham, might be closed for the time being but that isn't preventing us from providing our guests with a window to Thailand - through our Chaophraya at Home options.

The largest Thai restaurant in Europe

Chaophraya Glasgow is located just off Buchanan Street within the busy city centre. With 4 floors we are officially the largest Thai restaurant in Europe, not only that but the building itself is that of the old Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.