What could be a better way to enjoy traditional Thai food than in a fully restored Thai teakwood house. The fact that is just behind the Rose Hotel and was in days gone by the original home of the owning family does not detract from the dining experience.
It bridges that difficult gap of being acceptable to non-Thais who whilst being experienced with Thai cuisine still do not want the full blast, yet it is not offensive to local Thais either [unlike Mango Tree and other such tourist places that Thais go to with farangs, smile and say 'very nice' but hate it].
Deep-fried River Prawns in tamarind, Chicken & Cashews, the Thai way, and the way it should be done. An amazing red curry of ostrich with wild ginger, kaffir lime leaves, and green peppercorn, their Massaman of Beef Tongue and a rich Choo Chee of prawns are just a few of our favourites here. It does not but it almost seems that eating Thai food in an old teakwood house makes it taste better!
Check your socks for holes, as it is shoes-off at the door!