This is a great local Thai restaurant that unfortunately we don’t get to visit us much as we would like. It’s been an established part of my hometown of Hornchurch for many years serving fantastic thai cuisine. I’m now glad to say that on saturday we did have a chance to visit and once again the food was full of all the flavours you come to expect from this style of food.
On saturday we set off on our fifteen minute walk into the heart of town where you will find the restaurant. We entered and received the usual friendly welcome before taking our seats. While we looked at the menu we ordered a lovely bottle Maison Bergon 2020 a delightful french sauvignon blanc which was full of citrus fruits , apple and lemongrass flavours.
Unusually for us we decided to choose a set menu. We opted for the Bangkok menu with an extra thai salad. This started first with the Prawn Crackers and sweet chilli dipping sauce. The starter was a platter consisting of chicken satay , spring rolls , chicken on toast , chicken strips & prawn tempura which was all fresh , hot and full of fabulous thai flavours. We followed this with our extra dish the Yum Nuar a fabulous spicy salad of sliced grilled sirloin , onion , spring onion , coriander , lemon juice , fish sauce & chilli flakes that I would definitely recommend.
We now moved to the main courses which would be Beef with ginger in black bean sauce , Chicken Green Curry , Vegetables with egg noodles & Thai jasmine rice. The flavours and spicing once again complimented each other perfectly making each dish absolutely delicious.
To finish you could have either tea , coffee or a couple of scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream.
This brought to an end our delightful thai lunch and one we hope to do again in the very near future. I would highly recommend a visit here as the food is fantastic and there’s always good friendly service. Also it’s a long established part of our community and should be supported.
Thank You for our fabulous lunch and look forward to seeing you all again soon.
Love Thai food don’t very often get to eat it.