What I like the most in this restaurant is its setting which is in the old house with some trees in the center. The restaurant offers two different dining experiences: indoor and outdoor.
The outdoor zone looks very nice in the early evening with some candle lit on the table and a jazz music playing along. However, when the night falls, the area was coated with a blue light beam and a kind of electro music turned up. It was a pitty that we could not have a chance to sit hear since it was about to rain. We had to sit in the indoor zone instead which was fine with natural light from a translucent glass ceiling. Personally, I didn't quite like the atmosphere when the night falls. It was too sombre. When combined with a set of dark wooden furniture, a large wooden door, a maroon curtain & sofa and an occasional lighting, I could associate them with an Adam's Family before I knew it myself.
There was nothing fascinating about the food options here. Most of them are local Thai dishes served in a modern look. Moreover, they were too salty than traditional Thai food. The service was so-so. But, the sales manager seemed to take special care of the customers (introducing herself & asking for feedbacks) I did not try their cocktail so no comment here...
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