This restaurant is part of the Radisson Blu Scandinavian hotel. I hesitate to try anything Thai overseas as the flavour tends to be watered down for non-Thais.
The name made me think of the original Blue Elephant Restaurant and cooking school in Bangkok, near where I used to live. So curiosity got the better of me and we headed down for dinner.
On arrival (lower ground floor) it was busy and buzzing with people eating and chatting. We were asked to wait in the lounge area as there were no vacant tables. There was another party of 6-7 people waiting for a table also.
After about 20-25 minutes we were led to a small table in a dark corner. The menu items looked and sounded authentic. Drinks were served and we were moved to another table which was larger and had more light.
Well, the entree came out (fish cakes and chicken satay) and what a lovely surprise - they both tasted like they taste at home in Bangkok! A great start.
for mains we had sweet and sour chicken with longans and red duck curry (gang phed pet yang) which, again, were excellent.
Finished off dinner with mango and sticky rice.
Spoke to the lady owner who confirmed that indeed, this Blue elephant restaurant is one of the sister restaurants to the original Blue Elephant restaurant in Bangkok. They won't ever compromise in taste so they fly in fresh ingredients from Thailand.
So, when you are next in copenhagen, do visit this place - it's the real deal. Highly recommended.
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