The Thai Kitchen
Time Out Says
Sit outside when the weather allows for excellent views and a holiday vibe, with the boats from the neighbouring yacht club moored nearby and a lazy, laid-back marina feel.
Meanwhile inside the open kitchens make for a fun, lively setting. Service is friendly and quick, with staff helpful in their suggestions.
Kick-start your meal with a portion of zingy chicken satay, dunked greedily in a punchy peanut sauce. Don’t miss a serving of the fresh and fragrant papaya salad, that’s sweet, sour and salty and pops off the tongue.
But the stand-out is the prawn summer rolls, jam-packed with juicy prawns and crunchy veg, which will go some way to your five-a-day.
An authentic green curry has just enough warmth, while there are also super-tasty stir-fries adorning the menu.
If you like things with a bit of a kick, a tom yum soup is a must-try, laced with spices and flavours. It’s hot, moreish and houses juicy, tender prawns.
With excellent food, slick service, super views and a relaxing ambience, this is one of our top picks for a Thai meal in the city, and if you haven’t been before – or in a while – this is an oldie but a goodie.
03 May 2020
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