As a frequent visitor to Thailand, and Asia in general, I was surprised to read reviews claiming the food here as "close to real Thai". It's ok, but it's not great.
I was also surprised to read a few reviews regarding bad service; our service was impressive. I guess the word here then, might be "inconsistent".
We started with a lobster and mango roll (decent) and a crab and apple roll (meh ... didn't care for the mayonnaise). There were two pieces each (small orders) which was easy to cut into 4 pieces for the table (we wanted to try a few dishes, so we did not order the large portions). We did order a large portion of the Thai dumplings, which came as 4 large steamed dumplings. They were very good but the best appetizer by far was the larb gai. It was a larger portion than I expected, easily fed 4, and was fresh and aromatic. Great way to start a meal.
The Thai Pad was disappointing, much too sweet. Many people will judge a Thai restaurant by its Pad Thai, and this was disappointing. The Thai moo yang, a barbecue pork dish was very flavorful but unfortunately, the pork was overdone, not much overdone but when pork is overcooked by a bit it gets dried and tough. This dish was average, some people will like it, some will be disappointed. The spicy mint beef was indeed spicy, which was good. The flavors came through and the meat was tender. This was the best dish of the meal.
The restaurant is nicely decorated and comfortable and service was, as mentioned, wonderful.
Based on the mixed reviews I'd give this another chance; the food was not bad, just average but it might just have been the night.
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