Went with a large group (16) to Friends for dinner, and unfortunately we didn’t discuss (or probably trust one another enough) to order a selection of tapas that we could share, but rather each person ordered their individual dish. While sharing would be better, the result was still good. Highly recommend the prawn and glass noodle salad as well as the stir-fried chicken with mango. The plates are small, but it allows room for dessert, of which there is a good selection, and no one wants to share ice cream. Restaurant was busy in the evening, and the clientele was overwhelmingly Western. Highly recommend Friends; service is very good, the menu inventive, the food delicious, and you can help support marginalized youth learn culinary skills.
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