Food and drink
Excellent Thai cuisine – with a spectacularly good chicken curry served in a coconut shell, sea-bass en tempura and wok-sauté’d noodles with shrimps being among the stand-outs.
Cool, calm and very relaxing in a civilised sort of way.
Efficient and friendly.
On Avenue Princesse Grace, quite near the Sporting Club.
There’s an excellent lunch-time menu at just 17.90 euros. It changes daily, so you might like to check on the web-site to see what’s on offer on the day you’re thinking of going. Expect from around 41.50 euros for a three-course dinner - though quite a lot more if you choose à la carte.