As always great Authentic Thai Food, good quality, a bit pricey but worth it. Also great friendly service.
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The restaurant is on the small size though they do have an upstairs. We've been going here for years and we have never had a bad experience. Our favourites are crispy noodles and weeping tiger, looking forward to going back on Saturday for our anniversary...More
Small and friendly family run restaurant with a reputation for good food. Six of us opted for a meal for four and two separate orders .Starters were prawns, chicken - main dish weeping tiger was delicious as were all the others. Plenty to eat and...More
Can't fault the food - we devoured everything. All good quality, great flavours/spices. The service was a little hit and miss but not bad, and if anything added to the experience. Being asked if we wanted coffees before the mains arrived (they were a little...More
Didn't enjoy the food at all. Restaurant very small, a little uncomfortable. Expensive as well. Dont mind paying more if the food is good.
Came here for a Christmas works dinner and we tried a platter of everything, it was amazing. I would defiantly be going back.
Haven't had takeaway for quite a while from here, the gentleman who used to run it doesn't seem to be there now, he was always very friendly, the lady who now runs it is rather brusque! The food however is still excellent! Mixed starters are...More
Used to visit this Thai restaurant years ago, decided on a quick takeaway tonight! Two mains and a rice dish - £28. One of which was a Beef Masiman which contained just four pieces of beef! No wonder the place was empty at 7:40 on...More
Worst Thai green curry I've eaten. No creaminess at all the chicken was overcooked and the vegetables tasted strange. Also asked as they had Pad thai as a side if I could have it as a main with some chicken or prawns. "No" was the...More