I have for a long time wanted to visit this neighbourhood restaurant in Oslo's St. Hanshaugen and I am so glad that I finally had a dinner here. When you walk in you get this home-like warm feeling and the waiter greeted us warmly. The restaurant is rather small, but then again most of the tables are next to the window. I had crispy springrolls for starter and chicken with cashew nuts (Gai Pad Ma-Muang Himapan) as my main. Both of the dishes were excellent.
Service was attentive and our waiter was really sweet. Only one thing was a bit wierd and that was the fact that we had to use the same cuttlery for the main course as we had for the starter. This is a family-driven restaurant and the reason could be saving time etc, but I would recommend to change the cuttlery after every meal for the restaurant guests. Anyhow, only a minor thing.
Loved the honest food that had the home-made Thai feeling in it.
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