Serving “good mood Thai food”, Camile Thai has settled in well since opening its doors in Winchester two months ago.

Camile is an environmentally conscious chain that first opened in Dublin in 2010, offering tofu and vegan chicken on their menu on top of many meat options, the majority of which being served in compostable packaging.

The company is aiming for "under 1% food wastage" according to their website. Supervisor Claire Fuller states this pledge is fulfilled as they "cook to order [which] really helps with wastage" as well as ensuring that the calorie information on their menus is accurate.

The menu is bright and well laid out, inviting diners to try the wide range of authentic, delicious Thai food that can cater to all tastes.

The branch initially opened with a soft launch on the 14th of November, allowing local business owners to try out the menu, also allowing the team to settle into the kitchen before it fully opened on the 17th of November.

Following on from the soft launch, Fuller says that lots of local workers have come in "to say hello" and to make the most of the lunch deals that Camile offers.

As for the service, Fuller says "the team's getting on well, working well together", so great effort is put into both customer service and food quality, earning them praise. The food boasts a 4.9/5 on Just Eat, and raving Google reviews for excellent service- the future is looking bright for Camile.