Food is good at this restaurant. It is a proper Thai restaurant with various dishes. Service is good. The massage palour is really good.
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The decor hete is great which is why I gave it a 2 but rhe rest is sadly lacking. Service 1 non existent despite only 3 tables in the restaurant being occupied Food 1 starters we had spinach rolls and vietnamese spring rolls which were...More
We have eaten here twice now - once in about September and then again just a couple of weeks ago. Really nice food - prompt service - good prices. Would recommend it.
We made a booking for my wife and I to get a sport massage following a 21km race. As we walked in (at the schedule time) and were asked to seat and wait (in front of an empty juice bottle that nobody seemed to bother...More
Went on a Saturday, place was empty. Had to look for assistance - that should have been he first sign to run. Hair in my starter. Waiter forgot about us for almost half an hour. Had to look for them. Phad Thai was over cooked...More
This place was clean, efficient and average. It wasn't the worst thai food I've had but it wasn't the most authentic. The waitress spoke very limited English and couldn't answer all of our questions but she was very friendly. Like most Montecasino restaurants, this one...More
So I love this restaurant. I have never had a bad meal here. It's SO good. I find it very difficult to resist the craving. They've recently had a makeover (over December). It's a smaller restaurant, perhaps not so mysterious anymore. But it's more vibey...More
best massage by far! the Thai ladies take pride in their job and are sure to fix your aches and pains. the food is also good and the accommodation is just fine.
If you are into Asian food, this is THE place to eat. A huge menu offers every kind of Thai treat, and the place itself is a Thai experience, right down to the courteous serving staff and sumptuous decor. Great place for that special occasion,...More
We arrived at dinner to be waved (not escorted) in the direction of the upstairs dining area as the hostesses appeared to be engaged in a very important personal conversation. At the top of the stairs, at a small table, we encountered a large man...More