Been dining here for nearly 15 years in current and previous location. A bad meal would be a rarity indeed as the food is very consistent. Most customers opt for the set three course meal at 325 baht including tea or coffee. Neither the starters or deserts amount to much but the main courses can be confidently recommended. Pork, chicken and fish are all fine, steaks less so and lamb probably best avoided. Best dishes are duck with orange sauce and shrimps provencale. Wine mark ups are modest. Bread for some reason I have never worked out is invariably stale. Very popular restaurant especially in high season when booking is recommended
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