We went in for a quick bite near closing time. The waiters are friendly but not exceptional, the food arrived quickly. The food wad nice though not superb. They only accept Norwegian cards and cash.
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This place rivals Rice Bowl, and is a good choice for Thai food. Prices are decent, and there is little waiting. The interior and the service do not make it the best place for a date, but perfect for a quick dinner.
Had a very nice tasting red curry wok. Didn't know you pay at the register when you go, so wish someone had told me that.
Had a lovely meal here. The place was packed, but the service was friendly and efficient, and the food was delicious and high quality. Exellent selections both for meat-eaters and vegetarians.
I'm quite used to Thai cafes in the UK, cheap and cheerful but high quality food, so it was nice to find one in Oslo. It is not licensed but that really doesn't matter it is also obviously not a tourist spot which is even...More