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Very good Thai food, like their duck salad. The seafood curry also nice. The pad thai is on par.
This place always has really delicious food, great service and is reasonably priced!
Very tasty thai food! Was sceptical when we walked in because looks like thai fusion. Surprisingly food was really good and with entertainment book is totally worth it!
Food was insanely delicious! A bit on the expensive side but I think it's worth it for the kind of food that you receive. Everything pack of punch and super fresh.
Good food coupled with great ambiance, our group of 3 enjoyed dinner of : crispy wings was really crunchy and tasty, though preferred if they had kept the wings whole, rather than splitting it into 2 i.e. each wing bone was its own piece, resulting in very little meat on each side. The staff said there was "8" wings in the serve, and we thought it was really good value, until we found that it was split, meaning only 4 whole wings in total. Grilled BBQ wagyu beef with papaya salad - not sure if it was true wagyu as the texture was more of MSA grade beef. Still good though, the beef was done medium rare and accompanied the tangy papaya salad very well. The hint of chilli finished off this salad. Tom yum goong - soup had good balance of sour, sweet and spicy, with 3 prawns and a medley of mushrooms. Pineapple fried rice - overall good effort, though the rice was a little too sweet and a tad sticky. Could have done without the added sweet sauce, considering that the pineapple chunks would have contributed to the sweetness already. Winner of the night was the steamed whole barramundi with chilli and lime - fish was perfectly done, and the flavours were balanced between sour, spicy and a tinge of sweetness. We then shared the Thai shaved ice and scoops of chocolate/coconut ice-cream : the shaved ice was way too sweet, drowned in bright pink syrup and condensed milk. The coconut jelly, grass jelly, jackfruit slivers, water chestnut pieces and palm seeds were all also pre-marinated in sugar, so the entire dessert was an overpowering sugar rush. The chocolate/coconut ice-cream thankfully was not as sweet, and there was small pieces of dried coconut in the ice-cream which gave the dessert texture. We also had the tom kha martini - tasted just like having tom kha soup with alcohol, and the tom yum cocktail - again, like spiked soup, though the aftertaste was quite refreshing. Overall good experience, would return to try other dishes.
We had a birthday dinner celebration on a Monday night. It was fairly quiet and the ambience was nice, lighting was on the dim side. We have been there a few times and have a few favourite dishes - green curry, chilli jam and pineapple fried rice. You can choose which kind of meat or seafood or vegetable/tofu you like with each dish. This versatility makes it really nice as we can always order the same dish, but will never get sick of it as we alternate the meats or vegetable/tofu selected with the dishes each time we dine there. We brought our own cake (which actually is a strudel). They had a no outside food restriction but said it was alright for birthday cake. They offered to keep it in the fridge for us and even offered to put candles on for us. The strudel was pre-cut into 5 slices for my family of 5 and they brought the "cake" out with 5 candles - 1 on each slice. The family was very impressed and had a very enjoyable dinner that night.
Food was delicious, service was average, we had a jug of Mango Tango (Mocktail) -- which I think it's great that they do both mocktails and jugs of them -- the first was so scrumptious that we ordered a second, but the consistency was not right, we couldn't pour it out, we had to spoon it. Anyway, they happily gave us a replacement, but it seemed to be the same. Maybe the first one was wrong? Would like to be there for the live entertainment. We were there at 7.30 to 9.30 pm on a Friday night, but nothing... We had booked for 6 people for my son's 17th birthday, and they stuck us right down the back away from everyone. Maybe they were trying to be nice but it meant there was no atmosphere. Also, I tried ringing twice that day to organise a birthday cake but they never picked up nor rang me back so he went without...
The food was amazing. Authentic with a twist. Highly recommend the green Thai curry which delivered a nice punch, and the wagyu in the Thai beef salad was melt in your mouth. Service was polite and prompt. Only criticisms are that the salad had none of the delights of toasted peanuts or anything exciting other than a garden salad. Not enough herbs etc to give it a little bit of a lift. We were also opposite a large family table and could hear the kids iPads etc which is not acceptable. Worth it for the food alone though!
Amazing food and incredible ambience. Such a beautiful restaurant to enjoy tasty Thai food. Service is friendly but can be a bit slow sometimes even when it is very quiet. I still come back very frequently though for the great selection!
The food was delicious and amazing with excellent service. The waiting time for food was okay too for Saturday night. Many good dishes to choosw from but our favourites are BBQ Pork with sticky rice and Pad Thai- the classic.