Waste of money and time. Not authentic taste and cheap ingredients. Just like those Asian/ Chinese restaurants that have been keeping the same interior since the 80s.
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This friendly neighborhood Thai just off of Avenue Mozart doesn't merit a detour. The food is mediocre and I would say tastes more like Chinese than Thai but its an option if you're specifically looking for Asian food in the neighborhood.
Dinner for two, we ordered the seafood spring rolls and the vegetable spring rolls (we like spring rolls a lot!) both dishes were good, fragrant and crispy. For the main course we ordered green sea food curry, a beef curry and the chef's noodles. We drank some Thai beers. There is nothing wrong with this restaurant, the service is friendly... More
Simple Thai food, a little too expensive. If you like Thai food this is not a bad place for dinner. We live not very far away and noticed that the restaurant often closed. Check before going there.
We fell upon this little Thai restaurant by lucky accident. We'd lost our direction on the Passy &Auteuil walk about 12:45. Time to eat & reorient. The restaurant was nearly full of business clientele at lunch but they made room for us. We ordered the Royal Siam menu for two at 48 euros. First came the appetizer with crispy nems... More
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