“Apparently not very attractive, but the food is good and the price is fair. It doesn't serve alcohol.”
The night we ate at Copenhagen's Thai Flavours, we had unsuccessfully tried to get a table at two other Thai restaurants before. The first was too crowded, the second didn't accept credit cards, so, as it was getting late and we fancied some Thai food, we decided to settle for the first of the many Thai restaurants we would come across along Vesterbrogade. The first one was this quite anonymous place which didn't actually look very attractive from the outside, furnished in a style rather bare than elegantly essential and almost empty even though it was Saturday night.
A waitress came and warned us that the restaurant didn't serve alcohol. Bizarre enough, considering that the only showy piece of furniture was a green fridge with a "Carlsberg" sign on its side. Anyway, it didn't matter to us, so we sat down. Quite surprisingly, our dinner turned out to be not bad at all. Being almost empty, the place was also pleasantly quiet. Besides, the waitress was nice and helpful and, most importantly, the food was good. My chicken in mild yellow curry was tasty and abundant. A main course and a portion of fried rice or noodles are enough to make up a full meal.
Finally, we paid a fair price. In such an expensive country – at least compared to average European standards – a good price is something worth taking into account.
In the end, if you're looking for the fanciest restaurant in town, you won't certainly find it here, but if you're interested in a quiet place where you can eat decent Thai food at a reasonable price, Thai Flavours will do.
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