Forget ya tie-dye vest and the dodgy tattoo on your left bum cheek - this isn't the kind of underground Thai experience you've had before. Head down the narrow staircase in Fitzrovia’s Greyhound Café to find a neon-lit drinking spot that's channeling the buzzing energy of the backstreets of Thailand's capital, no ping pong in sight.
Promising something a little sexier than the cafe-vibes above, this is a good spot to get stuck into some after-work drinking. With DJs bringing party vibes it's one of those come for 1 and before you know it there's a two-foot-high Chang Beer tower headed to your table. Unregulated Thai beer not your thing? Stick with the cocktails for zesty lemongrass sours and fresh highballs.
Don't leave without ordering some of their dishes. Snack small with items like spicy fish cake balls and complicated noodles and if you're going big you're gonna need to rope in some mates... The Mor Fai is a hot and sour tom yum soup with prawn ravioli and juicy river prawns. Designed for groups, or if you're just really bl**dy hungry.