This is a great little place serving authentic Thai food.
The service is quick and the food is excellent. A real favourite for lunch in the Kings Cross area. My recommendation is the Pad Kra Pow - ask for extra sauce!
The decor is quaint with dark wood and pictures of the (I assume) Thai Royal Family but I'm into that 🙂
The staff are always friendly and I'll keep going back.
The food there is really good, especially their Pad Thai with king prawns is one of the best in London in my opinion! Thai milk tea is also a must-try here. Tom Yum with prawn is quite sour but that's good for me. However, the restaurant is quite small. You may need to book a table before you come.
The business looks like a thriving small-medium size business with great offerings and extremely tasty food...
Every single person was happy with their food. Including people that were trying new things.
The business has so much more to offer and my recommendation will be to look at the possibility of expanding both in size, operations and menu items (the dessert menu is not particularly extensive).
Overall comment: Brilliant, Cozy, Tasty.
Super cheap quality food. Slightly over priced for what it is. Bring your own booze is great though considering the food will need the alcohol to make it go down smoother.
We went for an early dinner and was really glad to have reserved a table because it's a tiny place and definitely really popular as all the tables filled up within half an hour! The staff are really polite and the place is really cute and cosy and even has a BYOB policy charging £2pp. Very cheap prices considering the location - curry, rice, dessert and drink for roughly £15. Not bad but that's where the good stops.
We ordered the spiciest curry and stir fry, unfortunately neither were spicy and the chicken was really dry. We had egg fried rice and coconut rice but both were dry and hard. I don't know if we just caught them on a bad day as it had great reviews on trip advisor where they are raving about the food which was the reason we decided to visit. However, it didn't taste like authentic Thai food to me and considering the speed at which the dishes were served, seems precooked and then very quickly reheated which diluted/dried out what could have been great food.