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Time Out Says
If you’re travelling to Garhoud for Thai food you’re going to want it to be worth the journey and the people behind Sukhothai are well aware of this. Meaning “dawn of happiness”, Sukhothai will make you smile before you’ve even taken your seats or looked at the menu. Decked out in warm tones of oak and red, with statues carved from wood taking their place around the dining space, and with the lighting giving the venue an overall orange glow, the ambience is relaxed. And while it always feels like you’re dining in a hotel restaurant, Sukhothai makes a decent fist of transporting you to Thailand, with friendly, polite staff dressed in traditional attire and dishes as authentic as they come. Flavours are powerful and bold in everything from the pad Thai noodles, with crisp, fresh bean sprouts and perfectly al dente noodles, plump prawns and egg all drizzled with lime and topped with crushed peanuts and chilli, to the flavour-packed gaeng phed ped yang. The traditional roasted duck red curry features an unusual and exciting combination of pineapple, grapes, cherry tomatoes, Thai aubergine and Thai sweet basil. Sukhothai will leave a lasting impression. We definitely recommend a visit.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 07 May 2017
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