This restaurant in an old house is divided into 2 sections - one where you sit on the floor - definitely not to my liking - plus 2 separate and quite elegant rooms. There may be an outside area too but we didnt see it and it was windy. For starters we had a duck and ginger wrap - supposedly a chef's speciality - but it didn't taste much of either. The cold spring rolls (I can't recall the Thai name) were quite good but have had much better. We then had a stir-fry dish, also missing flavour, and Pad Thai noodles, which were OK. Those who are familiar with Thai food will probably find the food here rather bland and lacking that special burst of flavour, but others may find it quite acceptable. The tables were large and well-spaced and the music was romantically pleasant if not classical Thai. I've never understood why most ethnic restaurants these days do not play music from the country they are supposed to represent. I suspect it bores the staff who tend to be young.
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