I agree with a couple of other reviews here- the food is very good, and the mains are well-priced (the starters seemed a little expensive for what you got), however, the front of house waiter was very nonchalant, bordering on superior. It felt more like entering a high-end department store than a 'friendly restaurant'. My partner and I were also put off by his high-handed attitude to a young boy who was clearly new- critiquing the way he placed glasses on the table, and moving them a couple of mm in order for them to be 'perfect'. The poor boy shattered a glass in nervousness.
I'm sorry to have to mark it down so much, but restaurants are equally about food and atmosphere, and the atmosphere in here, thanks to that one individual, was very off-putting and unenjoyable. Perhaps if the Suwan Thai replace him, or send him on a customer service/personality course, then we'd visit again.
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