Located conveniently within five minutes walking distance from Bristol's central bus station on Christmas steps, Dubthai brings a fusion of Caribbean and Thai dishes to Bristol.
Dubthai may seem an unusual combination, yet at this Bristol restaurant the choice of rarely combined herbs and spices is a reflection of a very successfully executed fusion.
Chef, Tracey Ley has lived in Thailand for almost 20 years, where she was able to experience first-hand, the culinary delights of southern Thai street food and village recipes. She has recently undertaken tuition in Caribbean cuisine by a vintage exponent of the craft.
Lawrence Buabeng (RCA) trained as a Furniture Designer at the Royal College of Art. He is a self taught musician and plays flute, percussion, guitar and piano to accompany the dining experience. Dubthai seeks to satisfy all the senses with gastronomy, acoustic, as well as visual stimulus. Lawrence designs and makes the moving clocks and candleholders displayed in the café
The menu here combines culinary delights from two great cultures. Those of the exotic Thailand and those of the tropical Caribbean islands. In fact, in combining Thai and Caribbean dishes, Dubthai has not only created a menu to be reckoned with, but a winning new style of restaurant.
Please note: Bookings must be make by telephone and via a third party to qualify for the tastecard discount. The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days. These include, but are not limited to Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.