A beautiful and exuberant decor: trees, plants, flowers and a waterfall… Statues and paintings make up a Thai setting that is true-to-life spread in beautiful rooms and alcoves. The Parisian address as a Thai village and a tropical garden has always been full since its opening in 1980. It comes just as much for the setting as for the varied cuisine presented here in a double version: almost "heritage" respecting ancient traditions but also very inventive and inspired. The menu changes very often. The dishes, more or less spiced up, according to the desires of each one, are prepared by a chef with certain know-how. To get an overview, we recommend small crispy tartlets with lobster and small vegetables with sweet herbs and spices, and then continue with a beef fillet with a Thai pepper sauce served on a hot plate. A menu is offered for vegetarian dishes, more or less spicy. For those who love spices, you must start with the very sharp soup with shrimp, citronella, galanga and combawa leaves then continue by the famous curry that would lead directly to hell if the taste buds did not pass through a paradise of flavours. Everything is well presented, until the sculpted fruits and vegetables to compose unique dishes! The service is attentive… In short, no false note, a pleasure for the palate and eyes to renew without moderation.
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