Fucshia Urban Thai
Time Out Says
The restaurant is small and modestly decorated, with just a few touches of Thailand here and there. It makes for a very relaxed environment and the kind of place you can take your time.
The extensive vegan menu makes it hard to choose but whatever you pick it’s sure to be tasty and fresh.
To start we opt for the vegan corn fritters and vegan crispy morning glory. The homemade fritters are dipped in batter, seasoned with kaffir lime leaves then served with spicy tamarind chutney, and they taste every bit as delicious as they sound. The crispy morning glory isn’t health food (it’s fried in tempura batter) but you won’t regret it.
When it comes to mains there are 15 tasty vegan dishes to choose from.
The pad Thai is exactly what you’d expect – a wonderful vegan take on the classic egg-based dish. And it’s one of the best vegan pad Thais we’ve tasted.
The real winner of the meal, however, goes to the “no chicken cashew nut”. Crispy fried tofu, homemade chilli sauce, sweet peppers and cashew nuts make up this moreish main. Don’t miss it, it’s a real vegan highlight.
If you’ve somehow saved room for dessert then the vegan mango sticky rice is a classic that’s worth trying. For top Thai food in a casual setting, this is spot-on.
WHAT IS IT...
Tasty vegan Thai food
For the wide menu choice, but mainly for the vegan no chicken cashew nut
By Time Out Dubai staff | 08 Aug 2019
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