We hadn't booked and arrived here on a Friday evening having heard some good reports. We were pleasantly welcomed and shown to a table at the back of the almost empty restaurant, by the kitchen door, high chair and toilets. We asked if we could sit at the other end and we chose a table by the window.
The menu was extensive, probably a little too much to choose from. We had sticky prawns and vege spring rolls to start, nicely presented and well cooked with good flavours. To follow I had a Thai seafood and vegetable dish with garlic and chilli. Good flavours, chilli was just about right, any more would have been much too hot. My partner chose a vegetable curry with noodles which was a huge portion, served plated up rather than in separate dishes and was more Chinese flavour than Thai.
The décor was modern with purples and golds but the tables would have been enhanced with cloth rather than paper covers for an evening. Service was courteous and smiley, but at times timid and vague without confidence.
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