Picture the scene: It's Sunday night in a small town on the Kent coast, well after 9pm. You're wandering around increasingly aimlessly looking for somewhere decent to eat, and about to give up hope and grab a takeaway pizza. Tucked away at the opposite end of the High Street to M&S is a little Thai place. From the outside it doesn't give much away - neat and tidy but hardly busy, sometimes the sign of a restaurant which is not so great. But you're ravenous and out of options, so you venture inside...
Once inside, the wood and wicker interior gives an authentic, warm and cosy feel to the place, and there is so much to look at in the form of interesting decorative items; carved wooden animals, quirky art and unusual plant pots. I even spent ages looking at the beautifully carved tables and chairs.
There is a typically varied Thai menu, and you can be confident that whatever you order will arrive beautifully fresh, well-presented and tasty. The meat will be tender, the sauces tangy and the vegetables crunchy and colourful - just as you'd expect from the best Thai restaurants.
The staff are so welcoming, talkative and rightly proud of their beautiful restaurant. You'll want to stay all night! And when the bill finally comes, it shouldn't be too much of a shock. For food of this quality the prices are really quite reasonable.
Very highly recommended indeed.
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