I was quite excited when looking at the pix of the fresh seafoods from various websites before visiting this place. We ordered a large Mantis Shrimp (stir fried with garlic), the usual creamy Tom Yum Goong, Stir fried Clams with bean, Stir fried Morning Glory, Som Tum and a plain fried rice for my child. Some of the previous comments in the reviews were right--this place is more a Chinese seafood restaurant rather than a Thai one. Having said so, most of the dishes we ordered were not even Chinese-properly made. Most were overly too sweet for us and more peculiarly, one of the dishes was cooked in a funny way, i.e.: stir fried morning glory cooked with starch (don't you lose the freshness of the veggie?). On the positive side--staffs were friendly (maybe we came in late when crowd has subsided), my kid loves the fried rice (the wok did the job well) & we didn't get any tummy aches like other reviewers. Will we come back? Maybe not--dinner costed ca. THB 1,900 that night for that kind of quality.
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