Food and drink
There's a great menu offering all the usual Thai favourites; all dishes have their Thai title and are described well in English too. The menu is also marked carefully if it contains wheat or nuts. In addition to a wide choice of meat, chicken, fish and seafood, there is also a good selection of vegetarian delights such as bupachat, which is a red curry made up of exotic fruits, okra, vegetables, lotus seeds and lady finger chillies, which is £8.95 as a main course.
The platter of starters is a good idea at £7.95 a head as you get a little bit of everything, like Thai tapas, which isn't easy to say but very easy to eat. The Tom Yum soup is warming, fresh and delicious.
The Pad Phet Tom Yum is £17.95 and contains stir-fried king prawns, king scallops and monkfish with fresh herbs, Nam Prig Pao (chilli dressing) and a splash of lime juice. Yes, it is pricey but I have just had this and smiled for days. The sirloin steak is a particular favourite of mine too - it is as tender as the night.
Always busy. It is small but has a buzzy, lively atmosphere.
Smiling and charming.
On Thistle Street - very central.
Set lunch £10.95 for two courses – the menu changes every two weeks; dinner main courses from £8.95 and starters from £4.95.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Special occasions