Had the shrimp fried rice for lunch since I was staying in the hotel. Lovely setting and ambience. Spotted a Thai chef on the kitchen. Not cheap but good taste. 1000rs for a plate of fried rice is not too bad.
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Our last night in Mumbai and wanted to dine fine Thai food. Our concierge at our Intercontinental Hotel, Nestor Serrao recommended us the Thai Pavilion at the Taj President. He hit right on the money. After a harrowing can drive to the hotel we were...More
A superb Meal, real Thai Flavours and super service but a bit pricey for what they offer. I do recommend the Coriander chicken - this was the best
popped in for lunch as we were staying at the Vivanta by Taj and were immediately impressed with the décor of the restaurant. Service was of a very high quality and the menu was quite extensive. When we ordered we were asked how spicy we...More
We were a group of 6 so we really ordered a number of different appetizers and mains. We had a nice table in the corner and the service was excellent. For starters they gave gave us some complementary crackers with spicy sauce. We ordered the...More
We had heard this restaurant had the best Thai food and decided to give it a try since we were staying at the hotel. Well, we were not disappointed. Starting with the Chicken Satay appetizer, to the steamed John Dory and the red curry shrimp...More
One of my favourite haunts curated and experience created by world class chef Solomon. The cuisine is the best in the city and I haven't quite tried Thai like this in India. It falls under the umbrella of the Taj Group and it is housed...More