Food: panAsian - which sometimes means it's not particularly authentic. In our case, neither Thai green curry with chicken nor Chiang Mai noodles (whatever that was, definitely not Khao Soi) were truly authentic. Both were very spicy - which was rather a good thing. Bizarrely, though, both were served with chopsticks, a fork and a knife. We had to ask for spoons, and those were promptly brought to our table. Even so, eating green curry out of a (very flat) plate was a tricky job.
Service: good and attentive, although a little too keen to hard-sell certain things, such as premium Belvedere vodka (more than twice the price of regular vodka). Just be firm and tell them that what you want is what you want, and that's that.
Location: just off Nowy Swiat. We walked in without reservation on Saturday night and were seated right away.
Interior: white and pleasant. Really pleasant.
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