Thai restaurant in the heart of Ranelagh. We ordered tapas-style from their brunch menu getting the
Thai style prawn crackers, peanut satay, sweet chilli sauce,
3 egg omelette, minced prawn, greens, spring onion, fish sauce,
Crispy balls of pork laab, red curry paste, chilli, peanuts, ginger, shallots, spring onion, fish sauce, lime juice, mint, rice,
Cha Plu leaves, ginger, shallots, chilli, dried shrimps, lime, peanut, roast coconut, palm sugar & dried shrimp sauce
Steamed Thai dumpling with minced pork & prawn, soy & rice vinegar dip
The small-ish dishes come in at around €8 each so even with two each it is still a little pricey for brunch but the quality of food was superb so we felt the price point, while it could’ve been a touch lower was fair overall.
It was quite for brunch service but I get the feeling its more of a dinner spot. The brunch menu didn’t offer anything us Dubliners would consider traditional for brunch so that may be keeping people away until dinner time.
Our waiter was friendly and attentive but he was the only person running the show for the majority of time we were there so you could feel that he was under quite a bit of pressure.
Why I liked it enough to share:
The food was simply beautiful, rich authentic Thai flavours presented beautifully.