A very popular restaurant for lunch and dinner. They have a huge range of dishes and stay open late.
Many interesting dishes, not just your standard central Thai dishes.
I tried the duck cooked in port that seemed out of place and I'm still not sure of its origin and how it came to be on the menu at DD. However, it was sweet and salty and delicious and was served with pickled ginger to balance these flavours.
Spend some time and work your way through the menu.
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