The calm ambience can just set your mood. Had been there for dinner. The dim lighting and soothing music are what I liked the most. There was a serene aura which created a pleasant atmosphere to enjoy the food. Any meal of the day can be sorted by their ambience.
I tried their 6-course meal which was for Rs. 699/-. Let's review the food I had in that meal:
➡ Hot Burnt Ginger Soup - It was the best dish to start with. The soothing consistent soup which had delicious flavours and a lot of veggies including boiled chicken pieces.
➡ Chiang Mi Uramaki Roll: It was the Veg Sushi in the 6-course meal. Every component in the sushi added its flavour to the dish which made it more lip-smacking. It had a nice crunchy taste in its inner part when you have a bite.
➡ Chicken Siu Mai with Spring Onion and Garlic Ginger - These were the non-veg dumplings and the dips given with them were damn good. The dumpling layer was also thin and also the inner filling was good. Minced chicken with a nice garlic flavour is itself a nice combination.
➡ Diced Chicken sauced with Spicy Pepper and Chilli - This had chicken pieces tossed with chilli, tomato and other sauces and served with black pepper pieces with it. It was so damn good that the dish was finished within a few mins. The taste was great.
The main course spread included Steamed Rice, Stir-Fried Noodles with Beans Sprout and Vegetable Thai Yellow curry.
Everything was perfect and the Thai curry was scrumptious. It was an authentic Thai curry with ample veggies and consistency in the gravy with the authentic flavours blended to perfection.
➡ Chocolate Swiss Roll and Orange Zest Darshan with Vanilla ice cream - These were the desserts to wind up the meal. The Swiss roll was soft and tasted nice.
The honey noodles with a scoop of Vanilla ice cream has always been my favourite.
This place is perfect for Asian and Thai cuisine. And this 6-course dinner is the best one to try their menu at a cheap price.