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All reviews thai food green curry chicken pad thai fish cakes sticky rice duck salad crawford street delicious thai were lucky to get a table great wine list excellent food tasted great be visiting again portion sizes recommend this restaurant great restaurant
We had the lunch time menu which was very good value for money, the food was delicious and the portions were generous. The staff were welcoming and attentive, great restaurant. My number one Thai restaurant so far.
We were a party of 4. We shared a Monkey Roll and a sharing platter for 2. The Monkey Roll was delicious but some of the elements on the sharing platter were a little underwhelming. Our main courses were very tasty. Value for money was...More
Excellent service and cleanliness! Had combo app plate with nice assortment along with dipping sauces- all very good. Shared fried rice, pork, chicken skewers and a range of chilli sauces. Very tasty and presented well. Great value for amount of food and would return
Really authentic Thai food. Was really impressed with the menu offerings especially the tofu red thai. The staff are really friendly and attentive. They also have an extensive wine listing. Highly recommend a visit!
This is a smallish restaurant which is quite noisy when full as it has a stone tiled floor but modern in decor. Service and speed of delivery is good with plenty of Thai staff.To me the food we chose was good but I would choose...More
Arrived after making a booking the day before online for 630. Immediately said would we be get out by 8pm so no welcome just felt like it was eat and go. Starter was lukewarm and pretty underwhelming. The main well don’t need to say much...More
I invited my friend for her birthday dinner to Monkey and Me as she wanted Thai food and I remembered my previous visit a few years ago that it was good and reliable. This time it was sadly a disappointment. We ordered from the recommendation...More
Fantastic dinner with my niece on a Friday evening after work. Service was prompt and the food was so delicious. Great vegetarian selection and during the mains we hardly exchanged a word as were too busy enjoying the food. Service was very good too and...More
We were staying at a hotel beside this place and stumbled in . ( it was a Monday )
What a great find
Starters was amazing , dumplings best I’ve had in London and I’ve been to lots of places .
Duck with sweet...More
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