The food was decent (nothing transcendent though), the service was aloof (as usual in Thailand unless you dine in a palace), the decorum was surprising, a vast mansion with an eclectic taste for souvenirs, rococo style and marble tiles, where had our laid back diner in one of the patio garden, in a surprisingly fresh atmosphere under the stars.
It made for a pleasant diner, the food was all right, reasonably portioned but slightly over priced in my opinion.
I would certainly take a date I want to surprise over there, but you'd better want to make sure you know your way in and out as the "SPA" is itself nestled in a maze of streets and sois and does not make it convenient for easy and fast commuting.
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