The last time we had been here we weren't overly impressed, however this time it was quite a different experience. The restaurant is still a bit sparse in terms of decor however there were a reasonable number of people dining this evening.
The menu was sufficiently large and had a variety of different Thai dishes. We started with the Tom Yum Goong and this was nicely spiced and enjoyable, and followed this with:
- Gang Pep Pip Yang (Duck with Red Curry, Bamboo Shoots and Peas),
- Nua Wine Dang (Red-wine Marinated beef in a sweet and sour sauce), and
- Pad Pak (Mixed Vegetables in Oyster sauce).
All the dishes were really good, and as bizarre as the beef sounds we would order it again. The meals all arrived in a timely manner and the staff were attentive and courteous.