SquareMeal Review of
Bright and breezy, this “hidden-away gem” located down a little alleyway near Spitalfields is an attractive draw for fans of quick-fix Thai food, and regularly entertains a mix of locals, City
suits and tourists. There’s plenty of bamboo dotted about the bright contemporary space, which also features light-wood tables and various bits of Thai bric-a-brac on the walls. A clutch of
familiar-sounding appetisers such as minced prawn dim sum, “crisp and spicy” tempura squid or peppered ribs set the ball rolling, ahead of some unusual mains including moo maow (stir-fried pork
loin marinated in cherry brandy), deep-fried whole sea bream with chilli and tamarind sauce or slow-simmered pork hock in massaman sauce. Two set menus (£19/26) keep prices in check, and the
wide-ranging wine list has plenty of choice below £30. Staff are “warm and attentive”.