What surprised me the most was the 'Goong Phad Prick Katiem' which were stir-fried prawns with chilli and garlic sauce, which looked very generic but tasted absolutely divine!
I must say the 'chormoung' (steamed Thai butterfly dumpling filled with vegetables) was quite unique and delicious to bits that I even went for a second serving to satisfy my chormung cravings!
We ended this round with 'Porpia Phad Thai' (Phad Thai spring roll with chilli sauce) which was fairly average but loved the chilli sauce, not too sweet and with just the right amount of chilli.
I personally am not a salad person but the 'Yam Talay' caught my attention with their mixed seafood and the tangy lemongrass flavour! It was absolutely refreshing and different, something I'd never tried before which made me change my perception towards salads.
As for the mains, I would highly recommend the 'Geang kiew Wan Pak' which was basically mixed vegetables in green curry with eggplant and kaffirlime, a little on the spicier side but totally worth every bite!
But the winner for this round would be 'The Geang Khru Gai Yang' which was grilled chicken with yellow curry and herbs along with some jasmine rice on the side.
And as for my favourite course of the entire meal which has to be the desserts, the 'Khao Niew Mamoung' which is sticky rice with fresh mango and coconut milk just took my breath away! It was everything I could wish for in a sweet dish, not too sweet nor too tangy with a strong flavour of coconut milk.
Also, all the products used in their kitchen are imported which is quite remarkable! A big up's to the chef and the entire team of Neung Roi for their lovely food!
On the crux of it, I would highly recommend people to head out to this place and savour the exotic flavours straight from Thailand!