I was recommended this restaurant by a colleague and expected high quality and innovative takes on Thai cuisine. The names of the dishes are quite amusing and lead one, together with the claim that the restaurant serves "modern" Thai food, to believe that something new and exciting is awaiting one. However, I was slightly disappointed, for a couple of reasons. First, the food itself was relatively bland and the products were not of the highest quality. "Spicy" dishes were mild and very average, both in taste and presentation. The dessert (three unspecified mini-desserts) was of mixed quality: the crème brûlée was delicious, but the other two items tasted rather bad and of them felt stale. Second, the service was very slow: the staff passed our table rarely, and it was hard to get their attention. We had to wait a very long time for the desserts. And the male waiter gave us menus in Czech although we made clear that we spoke English (the female waiter, who was nicer, later provided us with English menus). Also, when we tried to call before going there, no one picked up the phone. To summarize, the food was not really bad in any way (except maybe for one of the mini-desserts), but neither was it above average. Add to this the poor service and I would definitely recommend other Thai restaurants in Prague.
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