This is a nice little restaurant off a main street, with modern design and pleasant atmosphere. The cuisine also had a modern French feel with a twist of Thai flavors. We had the very tasty tasting menu, which began with a coconut and potato soup with an underlying flair of lemon grass. My husband had a crispy skinned seabass with ginger while I had a pumpkin risotto, and both of these were very mild on Thai flavors, mostly pulling in the French cooking, which the chef excelled in.
Definitely a restaurant worth a visit, but classifying it as a "Thai" restaurant is not quite right. I'd say fusion, but that too implies more balance of each cuisine. This is French cooking, in style and taste, with lovely hints of Thai flavor throughout.
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