Time Out Says
The menu offers such delights as black cod wrapped in pandan leaf and soft-shell crab served with a spicy home-made sauce to start, and both will leave you craving more.
The menu also offers authentic salads including som tum Thai – a green papaya offering with long beans, tomatoes, Thai lime chilli dressing and tiger prawns. It’s truly one for spice fans. The tom kha Thai soup also to start, with coconut, your choice vegetables, chicken or seafood, plus Thai herbs and mushrooms is heart-warmingly delicious. But the true showstoppers are in the main courses.
Seafood, meat and poultry, curries and tofu dishes are made expertly, and nowhere will you find a classic green, red or Paneng curry made better.
The pad Thai noodles are also a cut above the rest – wonderfully fresh, with crisp beansprouts and soft noodles, meaty prawns and fluffy scrambled eggs. The menu is nicely proportioned and concise, and staff are more than happy to guide you through it, which they do well here – they know it inside out.
Since you can enjoy the show with some of the tastiest Thai food in town, there’s no better place in Dubai for a romantic evening out with some top-class cuisine.
The bottom line
Book in for a showcase of fantastic flavours and spectacular Fountain views
By Time Out Dubai staff | 14 Aug 2018
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