Don't expect plush surroundings - it's very basic and a bit squashed. Cramped, even. But our food last night was excellent. We chose starters of prawn spring rolls, fish cakes and satay (truly excellent chicken), followed by squid (note: ask them just to turn the heat just a bit - I can take spicy food but I'm glad I followed my son's recommendation on this) and mixed seafood, which we accompanied with coconut rice. Add in a couple of Singha beers, a glass of wine and some fizzy water, this came to £55 before service.
A friendly owner/manager (I assume), nice service and the clattering of dishes in the tiny galley kitchen behind us made this just what I'd have expected if I'd been eating in a much recommended restaurant in Bangkok. Will go there again.
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