The place is nice and not in downtown, menu is fair, but be aware to ask piquant mild or none, service is fair, prices are fair too! maybe I'll try it again! maybe.
Food is delicate , tasty, and promptly served by competent if not especially solicitous waitstaff. Go after 8 when the restaurant fills up with families and the typically tacky furnishings are not so visible. Near 63 bus stop in Largo Somalia, across from pet supply store and recognizable by two red neon palm trees. House wine is also excellent and... More
Let's be honest: Rome is not a city renowned for copious assortments of restaurants serving varied international cuisines. Finding a restaurant serving Thai food is not easy. The Good: The dining room is ample, spacious, well-appointed, and quiet even with many tables chatting away. The menu offers typical Thai choices and doesn't feature pizza or american offerings of any sort... More
When I speak about this Thai restaurant to my friends, I always say that I like the relaxing athmosphere of this small restaurant; this is the main difference among most of the asian restaurants in Rome. I have been eating here about 30 times and always I have found always good service, good and lightly cooked food related to a... More
I was there yesterday evening (Monday) with my parents. The food was terrible: chicken soup and shrimp soup with cocoa milk are the same, just that they substituted the chicken for the shrimp - and you could see that it was a left-over from the days before. We ordered chicken curry and sea food curry and they were identical to... More
Thai restaurant. Not so bad...
From outside, it looks like another of those chinese restaurant converted in something else to oblige the fashion of the momet, but the cousine is really thai and service impeccable, and the inside rooms are wide and elegant. Try the green curries...
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