Like a previous reviewer, we came with a coupon (Groupolitan, similar to Groupon) @ 30 for 2 persons. I love the restaurant decor, lovely tables and beautiful plates and wares. The food was like a cross between Chinese and Thai dishes and all somewhat spicy. We were handed a "35€" menu from which to choose. I didn't see a neighboring table given this so perhaps this is a menu available only for coupon holders to choose from. But unlike the previous reviewer, the food did NOT come at a good pace! It took forever for everything to come (1 hour for soup and starter!) The soups were excellent - the ravioli soup was like wonton soup and the Tsam Thuk (barley) soup was also good. The Sha Momo is steamed, like Chinese dim sum. The Tsunma Paleb is like fried samosas and not bad, but I didn't understand how the menu said 4 pieces and it was actually 2 pieces cut in half - does that mean they can say 8 pieces if they cut those 2 whole pieces smaller?!! Anyway, the starters were also good and came with yummy spicy sauces. For mains, we ordered the curry chicken, beef and pork. These were also quite good and slightly spicy, and were served with rice. Everything was good, just not great, and we were not especially impressed. The drinks were totally overpriced. The amount was some 20€ for drinks, for 4 teas and 2 sodas. While the safran tea was interesting (again, good but not great), the teas were single teabags in pots and how is that 4€ per person? For sure, while the coupons were a good deal and allowed us to try this place when we normally would not, none of us felt that the menu was really worth 35€ and we would not come back for that at the "regular" price. Service was welcoming and nice, but way, way, too slow and took some 30 mins between dishes. At one point we were brought heated plates but by the time the main dishes came the plates were cold so what was the point?! It would've been a really awkward 2.5+ hours had we not been among good friends. And it wasn't like the restaurant was full. Maybe they could consider giving meditation lessons between courses - I would totally love that and not mind the long meal then. They advertise a lunch buffet so I would consider returning for that, since the food would already have been prepared!
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