On the menu you’ll find authentic Thai dishes such as geng jeut buap (clear soup of snake gourd, girolles, egg and crab) and geng nok grataa dong sai gtrateu (partridge curry with shampoo ginger and holy basil).
We called David in Thailand to ask him about his love of Thai food for our World in London series.
How did you get into Thai cooking?
By default. By accident in 1986. I was just seduced by the country, the people and ultimately the cuisine. It’s an easy country to like.
What do you love about Thai food?
Its vitality, its vibrancy, its freshness and the fact that it’s damn delicious.
What’s your favourite Thai dish?
The last one! I can only remember the last and it’s usually the favourite one.
What can people expect from a meal at Nahm?
A vibrant slap across the chops really, where lots of things are happening on the plate and indeed in the restaurant.
Apart from Nahm, where are the best places to find Thai culture in London?
There are areas all over the place. Thais are everywhere. They spread their charm and their delicious food all over the place. There are lots of Thai restaurants in London and increasingly more so.
Where do you go for a taste of Thai culture in London? Let us know in the comments below.