Why start your journey hungry or why eat in London before you go home. We stopped in on one of the coldest nights after a standard rush hour commute back out of London. We were walking to the car park in towne center when we saw the inviting lights and marquis sign. We are big fans of Thai food and this was not disappointing. I think there was only 1 Thai server in the place so my Sawadee Krup was wasted on an Essex accented hostess. The prices were very reasonable and the menu was substantial. Service was very good. If there was one area for improvement, it would be for the servers to ask how spicey we would like our food prepared. She didnt ask and we needed to request some chili paste to pep it up a bit. I am used to being asked on a 1-5 scale. The food came out of the kitchen at a 1. We had, Spring Rolls, Chicken Khao Pad, Pad Thai, steamed brocoli and soup. The Pad Thai did not come with crushed peanuts and the Khao Pad did not come with the sliced cucumber garnish. However, the taste was still very nice. We will go back and might make it a standard end of the day treat when we take a family trip to London.
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