We visited as a party of 8 and enjoyed our evening. The restaurant is decked out in a traditional Thai style with an ornate wooden bar, handcrafted table clothes and bamboo place mats. The staff were nice and attentive although there was some confusion.
Most of the table ordered from the set menus (A and C) so the starters came out to share. They were decent sized portions and plenty for the people sharing them. The chicken satay skewers were very nice and also the spring rolls both from C. The vegetable tempura from A was delicious and there was lots of it.
The mains arrived in waves and we struggled to fit everything onto our table. The portion sizes were plenty for the people that were sharing. The Thai green curry was very nice and the sweet and sour prawns were also good. The pad thai was delicious and very rich.
There was an interesting selection of traditional and not-so traditional Thai desserts (sticky toffee pudding in Thailand?). The mango sorbet was very lovely and a refreshing end to the meal although it was served on a sheet of cardboard which was not pleasant to find.
All in all a very nice meal. Couldn't argue with the prices - very cheap! The heaping plate of pork pad thai only cost £7.95! Would visit again if I had a craving for thai food.
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