We visited Dibuk in Phuket town based on recommendations, however, had to find out that this place is more a relict from old times: 19th century living room atmosphere was interesting - the food was not. These days going to a french restaurant one expects some sophistication in food preparations but in this case the food was just plain (in presentation as well as in taste). Crab rolls had been kind of dry, the liver mousse was close to just a standard liver sausage any good butcher can prepare. Button sized scallops supposed to come in a garlic & butter sauce had more a "fish" taste... But to give it credit: most guests during that evening seemed to be regulars of similar age and appreciated the set-up. So it seems to be a generation issue whether you like it or be utterly disappointed. The wine, a sauvignon blanc from Chile, was fairly priced, but nothing special.
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