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Just a few hundred steps from Malostranské pomposity towards Ujezd has appeared a new Thai restaurant, which in a few months got so many barflies, that they don't need no more advertisement from us.
From the raised half storey you're looking trough the reticular window to a pair of real thai cooks, who before the clock hit eight, will show you with a smile how to swing in front of the cook-range, when two needs to feed thirty guests. Agile stuff compound of couple well coordinated czech waiters handily manages everything.
Under the touch of spoon the fish is gladly let to cut herself up in soft portions, which we we carry onto our plates, pouring over with the delicious sauce, adding leafs of herbs and pouring out the thai jasmine rice, which we're letting soak trough the sauce and passionately chewing away with the spoon.
Writer, co-worker of edition
EURO, on 10.11.2008
The "tom kha koong" soup was amazing! Coconut milk, three beautiful pieces of prawns, mushrooms and overall well-balanced relish by lemon grass and spicy pasta. Everything was directly right on the limit of mixing the original thai flavors including sweet, spicy and sour.
We tasted for example delightful homemade tea with lime and mint.
The stuff was pleasant and considering to ruling tropical heat, even fast.
editor – Mr. Cuketka
Týden, on 7.7.2008
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food.
Yet this company is different enough from competition. At reasonable prices is offering more or less authentic, carefully prepared thai dishes with fresh ingredients.
Local chill atmosphere is completed by cool work of the waiters.
Lidové noviny, on 26.7.2008