I had the pleasure of visiting here when I was up in Nottingham recently for a friends housewarming. She had recently bought a new house in the Hucknall area and is an avid Thai fan, so Sunday, post housewarming night, we decided it was what we all needed for some recovery grub.
The place itself is very hidden, nestled amongst houses down a residential street you follow a curvey road round to it's car park and the main entrance. The place itself looks like nothing special on the outside and the decor inside is pleasant, clean and warming but nothing too fancy. The food however, is the star of the show, and so it should be.
On sundays they have their "Sunday Club", which is an all-you-can-eat for just £14.95. Now, before you conjure up horrible images of people fingering your food or dishes sitting out for hours, it's not like that. This literally is all you can eat from their select menu which they prepare freshly for you in the kitchen.
There were 5 of us, so we went for the sharing platter to start which had spring rolls, prawn toast, thai pancakes etc. We then order a fair few dishes for the mains, 2 green curries, one yellow, a pad thai, 3 rices and some sticky chicken. This all came out in about 30 mins after the starter. It tasted lovely. So much so that we had to order more, so more yellow curry, rice, pad thai and prawn stir fry made it's way to the table. Again, all freshly made and tasting delicious. We were well and truly stuffed!
I would definitely recommend this place, especially on a Sunday. It wasn't busy at all, and the relaxed atmosphere was perfect for our delicate souls. Our total each came to £20, which included a couple of soft drinks each.
Came here on a few days ago - I was up in Nottingham with my boyfriend visiting some of his friends and they'd booked this restaurant.
It's kind of in the middle of nowhere, not at all close to the city centre but it was within walking distance of where his friends lived which was quite handy. It seems an odd location and didn't have a store front that faced the road but when we walked in the staff were lovely and the decor was really nice!
We decided to go for a set meal - the 'set meal deluxe' which gave us all the option to pick and share between us. The soup we got for the appetiser was absolutely delicious! It was spicy and tangy and some surprise prawns hiding in the middle of bowl! The platter came out after and everything on it was lovely. The mains were pretty good too, especially the duck, it was on hot griddle and some of the duck bits went all crispy and the sauce on top was so yummy! I snoozed on the pad thai though so didn't get to try some (boooo!) but seeing as it went so quickly it must have been nice!
I was pretty impressed with this place, definitely some of the best thai food I've had. I love that it was off the beaten track too :)