Visited for dinner on a Sunday. The restaurant was not crowded. The interior decor is nice but nothing noteworthy, and the music played was mostly Elton John and Bob Marley, clashing with the sound from a TV tuned to a sports channel. Gave a slightly cheap feel to the ambience. The tables and general environment was clean and neat.
The menu is quite diverse, catering to vegeterian and non-vegeterian palates. The tom yam soup was spicy but not overly so (more 'proper Thai' than 'Sri Lankan adaptation'), and the rest of the dishes were all well cooked (the lamb was tender and tasteful, the vegetables and kang kung were quite good, and the red curry fish tasty, even though it was surprising to find bones in what should have been filleted fish). Overall, the food is good, and the portions are huge - my party of 3 ate well and took a doggy bag home too! This is a nice touch, given that the prices are on the high side for this kind of restaurant, and can be slightly off-putting at first glance through the menu. Maybe the management should consider splitting the menu into "regular" and "large" for curries, with the current portions and prices classified into "large" - for one or two people, the portion would be large enough to be wasteful!
The low point had to be the service. The staff were silent overall, and the service seemed robotic. Although they seemed to know their basics, they slipped up in some areas, the most noteworthy being the dinner plates being place in front of us, while one of our party was still eating his soup! (I have never encountered this even at low budget restaurants!). Nobody enquired if the food was good (yet again, even eating at a roadside kade, the waiter usually asks if everything was alright). The only time the staff were (relatively) energetic was to say "Goodnight" when leaving the restaurant. Training is definitely required, given the prices of the food!
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