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by Kiwi Lass
Greymouth, New Zealand
August 12, 2008
February 12, 2002
I had fried crab balls as an appetizer. They came piled high in a bowl with a sweet and spicy sauce. They were delicious, the crab was held together with rice. Three others tried 3 different soups. The chicken with coconut milk was a pretty salmon color and spicy. The chicken citronella was very spicy and had mushrooms and little corn cobs in it. Only the chicken and dumpling was mild.
My main course was Chicken Sate and white rice . The chicken was as expected 4 skewers of boneless chicken breast but the sate sauce was not at all what I expected. It tasted more like the coconut milk soup than peanut butter, it was very good anyway. The rice has to be ordered seperately, it was not included with the meal.
There are several reasonably priced prix fix menus both for Chinese and Thai food. The Beef and Onions got high ratings as did the Chicken and cashew. The fried Thai noodles were a hit with everyone.
One thing we though was a good idea was that our waiter wrote down on the table cloth the number that each of us ordered. It made it much easier to split the bill.
We finished up our meal with ice cream and sorbet. The lemon came in a hallowed out lemon. I can safely say that all of us were smiling when we left. This was not a cheap meal and service was not included. If you want to economize the appetizers were good value and larger than the meals in some cases. With tip we paid about 25 euros each with no alcoholic drinks.
From journal Paris- Beyond the Obvious