Even if it has been open less than three years and not precisely in the city center, you will never see it empty. There is always someone, local or tourist, who comes here for lunch or dinner all the way from the other side of the city, because someone recommended it or he read about it on TripAdvisor.
No wonder this happens! This small family restaurant serves traditional Thai cuisine sometimes innovated to create new and original dishes.
We ate several dishes and we liked all of them very much. Eugenia’s favorite plate was the ‘fried shrimp cakes’ with sweet chili sauce. And for me, my favorite was definitely one that actually is not on the menu yet, but will be added soon and I’m sure will sweep: deboned chicken wings stuffed with transparent noodles and pork. Delicious and different!
Finally, like any self-respecting Thai meal, to conclude couldn’t miss the always good Mango & Sticky sweet rice.