Bangkok fine dining meets the surburban British pub here at Hemel Hempstead’s Plough and Dragon. From the road, the Plough and Dragon looks very much like the archetypal country style pub; all sloping tiled roofs and curved bay windows, hanging baskets and heritage colours, however step inside and you’ll discover something of an Asian jewel. Staffed by waitresses in traditional Thai silks, the dining room is warm and sophisticated, dotted with Buddhist artifacts and decorated in deep reds and browns, tactile fabrics and glamorous wall coverings. This flavour of Thailand of course extends to the Plough and Dragon’s expansive menu which provides not just fine a la carte choices from throughout South East Asia but far-too-tempting banquets ideal for larger bookings and tasting menus for those lingering romantic evenings accompanied by a bottle of the bar’s wonderfully broad choice of boutique wines.
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