Went there at about 5.30 pm, so I guess it was a bit early. Tried the spicy soup with prawns - very good, although not the spiciest I have tasted. Followed this with the homok talay: "A delicious mixture of squid, king prawns, crab claws and shellfish steamed and flavoured with lemon grass in a red curry sauce" which was very good and measured up to the menu description. The staff were friendly and helpful, the atmosphere was good with pop music that was being played at a comfortable volume. The only downside was that the Thai beer was a little expensive although it was up to its usual excellent standard. I shall definitely be visiting this restaurant again on my next visit to Aberdeen.
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