For a non-spicy appetiser, start with
tod mun kung (deep-fried shrimp cake) which is crispy
on the outside but soft and warm within. Po teun is a
speciality, a platter of succulent shrimps, squid and fish
served in coconut milk soup seasoned with chilli paste.
It tastes similar to panaeng, albeit with a sweeter flavour.
Tom kha kai is a rich concoction of coconut soup with
galangal, mushroom and chunky chicken fillet. Desserts
include classic Thai selections subject to creative
interpretations such as mango cheesecake topped with
mango puree and served with mango slices.
Based around a Rama VI-period house, the
spacious outdoor dining area includes a bar, while inside,
dark wood panels create a warm ambience. Well-trained
staff is polite, smart and keen to serve foreign guests,
who make up a high proportion of the clientele at the
Bangkok manifestation of this international brand.
37 Soi Tantawa n, Surawo ngse Rd, Bangkok 10500
|Buffets: No || ||Dress code: Smart casual |
|Private Rooms: ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 300 baht ||Tel: 0-2236-282 |
|Car Valet: No ||Price: 700 baht/person |
|Open Time: 11:30am-midnight |