We went to this restaurant on two separate nights in June 2012 and my spouse one additional time for lunch in May 2012. We've tried about a third of the items on the menu and rate this as a good to very good restaurant.
The food is well-prepared Thai dishes, not too spicy (probably adjusted for the local ex-pat and Cameroonian community). Probably the best fried rice ("peking rice") that we've found in Cameroon. Out of the dozen menu items tried, we did not find any bad choices. All good, some very good, and a few excellent. Food is pricey but it's the only Thai restaurant for hundreds (thousands?) of miles.
The restaurant is quite small, but very clean and nicely decorated. That helped earn it the "very good" rating.
There are several downsides that almost caused us to rate this as three stars "good": first and foremost, it's hard to find and there are NO SIGNS with the restaurant name on it. If you know Douala well, you probably know where the Casino supermarket is in Bonapriso. Upon exiting the Casino parking lot, you turn left and the restaurant is on the left side of the street about 50 meters. It's the last shop in a small group of businesses--walk up a small staircase and head to the right. Another landmark: it's directly across the street from the Opium nightclub. Not a deal breaker--but a restaurant sign would be a nice touch!
Second downside: the drink waitress speaks VERY limited English and French. As none of us were Thai speakers, our drink orders got hopelessly muddled. But she was charming, kept apologizing, smiled a lot. She captivated us, so we just drank what we were served. Since the drink and wine selection is relatively limited anyway, it wasn't a deal breaker either.
Bottom line: this is a really nice, cozy restaurant with good Thai food. Pricey but we plan to go back many more times. Add this to your list of good Douala-Bonapriso restaurants.
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