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The food isn’t outshone by the surroundings.
Bahn hoi thit quay is a glazed piece of roast pork served with vermicelli noodles, baby jackfruit and boudin that is exceptional here, as well as is the five-spice roast pigeon.
There is an interior dining room as well as an outdoor courtyard. Spendy, but very chic and very indochine. Starters from 150 - 300 baht, mains from 220 - 600 baht.
Last updated on 11th January, 2012.