The location is probably the last place you would expect to find such a well-established Thai restaurant and one with such a good reputation. I wondered what the history of the fine-looking building could have been-probably a former hotel or pub perhaps? Anyway, the interior has been converted into a spacious Thai-themed spotlessly clean restaurant that works perfectly.
There is plenty of car parking available adjacent to the venue. It is also an easy 10 minute walk from the railway station.
The welcome received was warm and friendly. The menu is extensive and service very much akin to what you would expect from a Thai restaurant; efficient and with beaming smiles.
It is clearly a very popular establishment with locals and evidently some customers coming from further afield such as Hereford to eat here. I can see why since the food is authentic, flavoursome and very good value for money. Portion sizes are particularly generous, we were glad we shared the Pak Mung Sawirat starter-which was delicious by the way.
The monkfish red curry I had was excellent too. Once again very generous, especially with the quantity of fish.
A venue we will certainly be returning to and yes like so many others; we intend to try the famed Sunday buffet.