A winter business trip in Malmö starting on a rainy Sunday evening could be quite depressing if you do not crave the solo English speaking business men kind of place that belongs to the hotels around the railway station.
I decided to give a try to this place run by an Asian couple which is open 7/7 and clearly specialize in take away although no customer came to pick up orders while I was were. The menu is standard Thai food with a limited choice of starters and desserts but 4 pages of main dishes.
I took a Tom Yam Kung shrimp soup and wok cooked shrimps with curry. Both were very good and prepared with uncommonly fresh ingredients that were clearly recently imported from Asia (Kafir lime leaves for example). The soup came very quickly but I heard the shrimp being seared before so it wasn’t simply a microwave-to-bowl recipe.
The soup was copiously served and the main dish came with white rice and cold vegetables as side dishes. I didn’t specify anything regarding spiciness but it came to my liking, which is fierce so beware to ask the cook to reduce spices if you do not like your food too hot.
The restaurant was clean but quite cheap looking so it’s clearly not a place for a first date. I didn’t care because I was only there for the food which was up to my expectations.
The price for the two dishes was SEK 169, all in all a very good deal.