The food was not fresh and certainly not the best Thai restaurant we have tried.
Service is really bad, it is so rude to send a bill that we didn't ask for just because you have other customers waiting for tables. And management came up with some lame excuses saying the table was booked which we were not told when we first came in.
Sorry, Thai Foon, bad service,bad quality food, just not good enough!
My date booked a table for two here on a Friday night, and I was ridiculously pleased with the spectacular view, the horse chandelier, and the rocking water glasses on the table. I have to agree with the review below however, in that the food was somewhat overpriced. We had ordered the moneybags (how do you share three moneybags between two??), a duck salad for myself, and a green curry for my date. I loved the moneybags, not so much the green curry as it was a bit too hot for my taste. I did appreciate the menu having mini chillis beside each dish to indicate its level of spiciness.
The duck salad was passable, although too many of the pieces of duck were skin and fatty pieces, rather than actual meat. I didn't particularly like the addition of lychees.
A nice spot, although not sure if I'll be coming here as I've had better Thai for better prices elsewhere.
We booked this restaurant for a farewell party the other day since this was the only restaurant around that was still available for large bookings and had food offerings that could cater for a larger crowd's tastes.
Apart from the view of the harbour (which you could also experience for free by standing on the sidewalks of Darling Harbour), there was nothing else that could had persuaded me to come back. The food was overpriced and the serving sizes were small. On top of that, the staff were quite busy to provide us with adequate attention.
Apart from the 'rocking' drinking glass on the table, nothing from this venue excites me. It has a horse chandelier hanging on their indoor area, but that doesn't add any aesthetic value to this place.