The restaurant describes the food as Thai fusion; basicly it is Thai food mixed with Western food, and therefore includes some interesting and unusual dishes.
Favorite Dish: The soft shell crab is one of the best I have had.
First it was well know popular hisociety restaurant in Bangkok, this is what is the title we had to try out. but it turn out to be big disappointment. things changed since 2005 to 2010. recently, the service is terrible, we have to wait for 20 minutes to have some one that is bring our ice water. the waiter was didnt know what to recommend us their specialist.
Second, it took almost another 40min to wait for our order, when the food comes, I was disappointed, the food were not what we order, the curry in small portion beside the steam rice, we told the waitress it was not what we made the order. She did not apologized anything, just take it back, and bring the same dish back after 5 minutes. then i feel like give up leave it or take it. it was really hard decision. in thai culture it is not nice wanting to make a person lose face.
Third, the price is average $40 or more per person than the average Thai restaurant . we never mind to spend money to enjoy good food, but the service and the food from Mahanaga restaurant is just not worth.
Favorite Dish: non
The five star dinning venue !! The restaurant serves Thai-fusion food, but its interiors display is even more intoxicating fusion of influence.
Favorite Dish: * The Grill salmon in red curry
* Lamb salad with young eggplant
* The soft Shell crap in tamarind sauce
* Pomelo salad with prawns
The beautiful settings of this restaurant took my breath away.
You come inside a walled-up bungalow find yourself looking at a fountain courtyard surrounded by high-peaked, lavishly decorated, and air-conditioned Thai pavilions ~ Perfect for a quiet, romantic evening or a fun night for private groups.
Favorite Dish: The food is delicious, a bold marriage of Thai and Western traditions in unique dishes like pork chops with spicy Thai som tam (papaya salad) flavor, whole lobster done in a chili sauce, or imported New Zealand grilled filet with Thai spice and mint.
Set in a beautifull old Thai house, with an inner courtyard that is magically lit at night, you'll enter a cosy, almost louge-style, bar and restaurant.
The food is very "delicat", very well presented.... It is however very spicy, at least for someone who doesn't like a miligram of chilly!!!