I found this restaurant tucked away in pretty much a hole in the wall, saw the sign saying Thai food and you go through a gap in the buildings which opens up into a triangular patio area with a few tables, the main restaurant was inside and as it was such a lovely spring day I really wanted to sit outside. One of these was vacant so decided to go for it, not expecting much as the food seemed quite cheap. I had a couple of glasses of red wine which was very cheap at £2.95 a glass and good quality. I had a starter of squid rings in batter with chilli sauce, it was nice but the chilli sauce was thick like honey, too much for me. I then had the Green Chicken curry and rice, which was brought out in a separate bowls and it was absolutely delicious, I could not fault it at all. The service was really good and prompt, I didn't have to wait long for any of the food. I had two waitresses serve me both in Thai dress, one was really nice and polite but the other older one was a little grumpy and never said a word. Good food, nothing fancy but good value and would recommend.
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