We had a lovely lunch here. Three courses, all delicious, and embroidered pillows to sit on! Fantastic experience!
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3 out of the 6 things we ordered were good (tom yam soup, eggplants and tofu, pad thai). Spring rolls and mango sticky rice not. A nice setting with a courteous service for 50% tasty food and 50% poor choices. The latter are included 100%...More
Went to this place on a recommendation even though it's a fair bit out of town. Nice ambience & beautifully laid out. Full marks for design. Service fine, too. My only gripe would be with the food ... it's not bad, it's just missing something....More
I ate at this place three times, maybe four. "Well then it must be good," you might think...no, no. I'm a New Yorker living in Buenos Aires, and I so desperately miss good Asian food, (Thai, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese (but ACTUAL Chinese), Philippine, etc.) that...More
Reading other reviewers here I have to concur. The taste is not quite there. Perhaps a challenge to get the right spices in Argentina due to the economic issues currently hampering the country. The restaurant is well placed near the focal 9 de Julio and...More
I was a regular at the old Lotus Neo Thai location in Ortega y Gasset about six years ago. This was my first time visiting the new restaurant and unfortunately I was not impressed with the service or the food. For a start the prices...More
Probably the best Asian food I've had in Buenos Aires, and the only place in the city where I've found spicy food. Nearly melted my face off.
Even discounting the fact that authentic recipes were not used at all, the food tasted horrible. Flavours were not balanced. Some dishes (such as the green curry) was way too salty while other dishes were plain bland. Coming from Australia, where Thai food is high...More
The place is just fantastic although very far away from the centre and bohemian neighbourhoods like San Telmo. Food is authentic and very delicate!