For starters, we had the Thai Grilled chicken. It was a delicious experience, with an overwhelming flavor of the sauces, an exotic Thai delicacy.
Next, we had the Som Tam salad, which is a Raw Mango and papaya salad with a tangy and spicy confluence. This too was up to the mark. The juices were so beautifully blended that we gobbled up the entire thing even with such a high spice quotient. The nuts added to the flavor and all in all the dishes had a unique refreshing trait to it.
Next we had the Thai Green curry and the Pineapple Fried rice as our main course. The Thai green curry always has a comforting taste to it and is one of my personal favorites. Benjorang lived up to its name as a Thai joint by serving what seemed to be an authentic version. Diced chicken, served in a bowlful of creamy coconut paste with aubergines and a side of sticky white rice was like a vacation to my taste buds. The subtle homely taste was what this restaurant delivered to my utmost liking.
Pineapple fried rice was another dish that we absolutely loved. Sticky rice fried in coconut oil and the flavor of the soy sauce mixed with a tanginess of the pineapple was a perfect combination of all the flavors in one.
Benjorang surely has a lot of promise in terms of Thai food. I will definitely visit this place more than once.