This is a small restaurant which shares a kitchen with the Royal Oak pub. On the night we visited things seemed a little chaotic as there were only two staff on duty but then they only had 8 covers all evening so should have been able to manage. That said, the Thai food was very good and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Unusually for us for decided to have deserts, my husband had a Thai dish but I opted for bread and butter pudding from the pub menu as its one of my favourites. Mistake! The dish that eventually turned up bore no resemblance to any recipe I've ever encountered for bread and butter pudding. It appeared to be a chunk of banquette sliced in half, buttered and sprinkled with cinnamon and raisins, soaked in milk and then smothered in custard! Come on folks don't offer something you don't know how to make.
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