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When and where: 2005-11-24 - Phutket

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

Surprise to come to a Thai restaurant to find some Chinese and Japanese dishes on the menu. I did not venture on their Sushi, since I slightly oppose of the Asian fusion combination. The decor and ambiance was charming and had a Thai-like feel to it. The food was OK, but the portions was quite large. The green duck curry and red chicken curry was nice as each meet dishes came together with an interesting combo of vegetables (duck with lychee, chicken with an exotic root squash). However, the sauce consistency was rather watery. Overall, the food was average for the price, service was friendly and decor was nice.
Comment submitted November 24, 2005
When and where: 2005-11-24 - Flambard (Le)

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

A lot of selections on the menu with various entres you can choose from that accompanies with the meal. Service was great, but the place is small and tables were tight. The food was tasty and the portions were ok. I had the duck breast, but it was rather overcooked. The rack of lamb was very tender and tasty. The price is slightly more expensive but worth it for the BYOB.
Comment submitted November 24, 2005
When and where: 2005-11-24 - Lordia

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

The restuarant was very small and hidden, but the food was outstanding! The portions are satisfying, with salad or soup included with the main dish. We ordered the veal shank and the duck breast, 2 glasses of wine, totalling $60 (not inc. tip and tax). The dishes were beautifully presented and flavorful. It was so good! Highly recommend this place. It's a french restaurant that's not pretentious, rather cozy and intimate.
Comment submitted November 24, 2005
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