Due to paucity of time, we could only taste their Appetisers and drinks. Can't wait to come here again and try their main course dishes.
Ambience: Classic chic, minimalistic with oriental touches but not over the top: I liked it.
Service: Good, cordial, smiling and helpful.
Menu is on a tablet and food is divided as per various regions of Thailand. For every region, you have appetisers, soups, salads, main course. It could take a little time to get around the menu because most of us are not familiar with what comes from where in Thailand (unless we have extensively traveled in the region).. Just like for most of the westerners, Indian food is all about Butter Chicken or Parathas. Our server was persistent enough to guide us through the menu and help us chose dishes.
We ordered for a veg salad (from Central Thailand) and chicken satay. I am sorry, I don't remember the name of salad as this meal happened 5 days ago but I am attaching the pics of the same.
Once you are seated, they serve a thai Paan, a palate cleanser kind of a dish. It's quite interesting: fresh, tangy, tasteful.
My salad was AMAZING. the flavours were well balanced, light, left a very good after taste in my mouth and truly made me happy for my trip to Thailand the same night.
My friend's chicken satay was very tender and good too.
Desserts are the usual lot but a good collection.
Red Wine is served in the most beautiful wine goblet.
Value for money: Not reasonably priced but definitely value for money.
Will I go again: For sure, yes.... can't wait to taste their main course. After Kebab Factory, this is another winner in Radisson's kitty.
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