I had seen a listing of this restaurant on Zomato with good ratings. The options available on the menu were good and the pricing was decent.
Thai Bowl: It had vegetables along with kaffir chili mushrooms, garlicky beans, tossed red cabbage and carrots. There was rice below the toppings and Thai green curry gravy below the rice. The quantity of the curry was very less for the amount of rice given and also not enough to give its prominent flavors. Overall the taste of the bowl was good but more curry would have made it even better. 3.5/5 on taste.
Panang Curry: It was a red curry with spicy coconut flavors. The gravy was thin and difficult to eat with rice. The taste of the dish overall was good but thin gravy made it ordinary. 3/5 on taste.
Thai Green Curry with Rice: Typical Thai curry but again the gravy was way too thin and watery. 3/5 on taste.
Prata and Curry: It had Yellow vegetable and coconut curry served with flaky paratha: The gravy was the same as the Panang curry one and paratha were well cooked. But the paratha was no comparison to the one you get in south Indian restaurants like Hotel Deluxe. 3.5/5 on taste.
Bahn Mi Goreng Noodles: There were a box full of noodles with a lot of vegetables like gherkins, capsicum, carrots and broccoli. Also there were a few mushrooms in the noodles. The taste of the noodles was very spicy. It was spicy because of the sauce and also spicy red chillies inside. The overall flavor of the noodles was good. 3.5/5 on taste.
Teriyaki Noodles: The flavor was different than what I have had and not in a good way. I did not like these noodles much. It was not bad but ordinary. 3/5 on taste.
Phad Thai Noodles: Thick and flat noodles with a lot of spices, red chili, vegetables, and great flavors. The noodles were very spicy and combined with excellent flavors it was a great combination. Peanuts in the noodles were a bonus and I loved it. 4.5/5 on taste.
Burmese Khowsuey: I ordered Khow Suey with noodles. The gravy was filled with vegetables. There were condiments (only 3) given in a small container, unlike Meraki which gives a lot of different condiments in small bags. Noodles were as they are supposed to be. Overall flavor of the Khow Suey was good but not among the best ones I have had. It was more like Green Thai curry. 4/5 on taste.
Dynamite Paneer: The paneer was soft and well cooked with a lot of vegetables. There was a slight thai curry flavor with spiciness. It was only moderate spicy for Indian standards. Overall taste of the dish was great and I loved it. 4.5/5 on taste.
Overall a good experience with this restaurant but they still have a lot of room to improve their food. I will update this review as I order more items in future.
Value for Money: 3/5