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Eat Thai! Restaurant Review

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Taste Of Thai

Taste of Thai’s chefs hail from Pattaya and Udon Thani – it doesn’t get more authentic than that!

Taste of Thai delivers a laid-back, no-fuss dining experience whether you choose to sit indoors or out. The ultra-modern interior is big on authentic Thai details with a standout elephant mural and oversize woven rattan baskets piled in corners. True Thai cooking and hospitality awaits!

taste of thai

SIGNATURE DISH

Massam Curry with Lamb shank

Chefs’ Specials

Thai crispy prawn with mango salad

Whole roasted fish in sweet and sour sauce

Best for Takeout

Penang cury (chicken/pork/beef/prawn) served with rice

Wine Pairings

As with European food, red wines work with red meat-based

Thai dishes, white wines with chicken, fish and seafood

Drink your red wine, like your beer, well iced, especially if you

are eating spicy food

Or stick with Thai tradition and save the wine (and the whisky)

until after you’ve eaten

Soft Drinks

Fresh coconut or lime smoothie

Fresh young coconut

Thai Milk tea

Taste of Thai

Shop 105B, 1/F D Deck, DB Plaza, 2987 0767
Opening times: 12pm-11pm

Koh Tom Yums

Koh Tom Yums’ chefs specialise in classic dishes from across Thailand, reinventing many of them with a fresh, modern twist

Known for its glorious terrace overlooking the sea, Koh Tom Yums boasts an equally dramatic interior inspired by the temples of Chiang Mai. The ceiling is hung with deep-red silk-covered lights and the walls are punctuated by dark wood panelling and ornate gold detailing. Sit back and enjoy!

koh tom yums

SIGNATURE DISH

Grilled New Zealand lamb cutlets

with Tom Yum soup spices

Chefs’ Specials

Coconut rice with seafood in a sweet red coconut curry

Big river prawns stir-fried with crispy garlic and

green peppercorns

Best for Takeout

Grilled pork neck served with a tamarind and chilli dip

Wine Pairings

Sauvignon Blanc (and most Italian white wines) pair well

with salads, green curries and seafood sauces

Buttery Chardonnays are good with coconut-based dishes

Light reds (Pinot Noir or Merlot) go well with satay, red

curries and grilled meats

Soft Drinks

Fresh lime soda

Fresh young coconut

Fresh fruit shakes (mango, pineapple, watermelon)

Koh Tom Yums

Shop 105B, 1/F D Deck, DB Plaza, 2987 0767
Opening times: 12pm-11pm

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