I chose this restaurant as it came recommended by a friend who had lived in Amsterdam for a year. The restaurant is off the beaten tourist track to the point that when we visited it appeared to be only locals and not tourists eating here - that's always a good sign, if the locals like it then it must be a good spot. We weren't let down.
It's a small eatery, we were lucky we got a table as we just showed up around 7 on a Friday night & were shown to a table straight away without a booking. By the time we had our mains brought out the restaurant was packed. Now onto the excellent food!!
We shared a chicken peanut starter, lovely moist chicken and a cracking peanut satay sauce. Then for the main we both had different chicken dishes, one spicy and the other mild. Both were gorgeous, full of flavour and quality ingredients used.
All this food was washed down with a glass of white wine, 2 Heineken and a large bottle of still water. The entire meal came to a staggering €49 which is a total bargain in my opinion, I would expect to pay much more then this back home in other Thai restaurants.
Finally the staff were outstanding, the male server was extremely helpful and suggested different dishes to my wife who isn't a fan of spicy food when she was giving her order. I'd visit again just for the customer service!
In a nutshell - if you enjoy well priced, Asian food served by someone with a smile then look no further when in Amsterdam and you won't be disappointed.
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