We have been regulars at this restaurant since it opened and often pop in for a tapas lunch when shopping in Salisbury - in fact I have written a review of it before.
Over the last year or so we have noticed that, although the prices have not altered, the size of the dishes has shrunk considerably. For example: the 2 giggling squid meal used to consist of an average of 4 to 5 pieces of squid and now only has 2 or 3 and the beef salad which comes with it used to be served in a bowl but is now on a small plate and contains considerably less than it did.
I appreciate that prices have risen but it would be more honest to raise the price a little to cover the cost rather than assume that the public are too stupid to notice the shrinking amount of food.
We have sadly decided that it no longer provides good value for money. There are other Thai restaurants in Salisbury which have not allowed standards to slip and we will be giving our custom to them in future.
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