From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011Situated in the Le Meridien Airport’s tasting platter of eateries, Sukhothai never fails to surprise and impress, perhaps due to its proximity to the rather spit and sawdust Dubliner's pub. Enter and you couldn’t be further from the Irish drinking spot: you’re met with a wood-heavy interior, pleasant staff and surprisingly good food. We recommend going for one of the four set menus, such as the extremely well-priced lunch deal, which allows you to taste a raft of the seafood, vegetarian and meat dishes in small, Asian tapas-style portions.
Stand out courses included the Thai green curry and sticky mango pudding, as well as the lemon and mint drinks. However don’t expect this to be a quick meal should you opt for the aforementioned set menus – you can expect to park up for around three hours. Still, we can think of far worse ways of whiling away a weekend afternoon in Garhoud.