I had been recommended here by a couple of friends and made a reservation (best to) to have a Saturday lunch after shopping with the family. The townhouse is an extremely grand mercantile (old bank?) building right on Buchanan St and the entrance is up a flight of stairs and then on to the first floor, probably less suitable for the infirm - it would be best to check about lifts. Smart loos on 2nd floor.
Ground floor greeting great but they are a bit precious about their booths which are fun to have if there is a group of you. if you want a booth do book one.
Service other wise was great and the grand dining room setting fun although purists would find the decor - Thai sculpture meets Edwardian interior - a little jarring and the seating outside the booths very standard.
Extensive menu and we had off the a la carte ( good lunch menu at £14 per head) the mixed asian starters shared 2 between 3, followed by Pad Chai, seafood soup and scallops atop black pudding the latter (mine) perhaps not as confident as the genuinely Thai dishes, desserts looked less interesting so we just had teas to follow. with a couple of soft drinks a couple of glasses of wine the bill was £91 including service. In summary, better than most Thai restaurants for food and surroundings, service generally quite solicitous though at a price.
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