In the wake of the recent judgement passed by the Supreme Court of India, regarding the restaurants serving alcohol within 500 metres of the highway, we'd suggest that you call the restaurants to ensure whether they serve alcohol before you visit. Thank you.
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FOOD AND DRINKS: The Red Chicken Pattaya is a good option to start your meal with. The hint of lemon grass adds a refreshing, tangy flavour to the dish. For vegetarians, the Agedashi Tofu is a necessity. Soft and moist, this meltin- your mouth dish is sure to impress. The Burmese Khao Suey is Nom Nom’s most prized dish. Fresh noodles in a bowl with a rich, coconut-based curry served separately, this one’s a winner for both meat-eaters and vegetarians. The one disappointment on the menu is the Thai Iced Tea. Try it only if you can handle a really potent dose of cardamom.
OVERALL IMPRESSION: A place for good quality Asian food. If you’re looking to save some bucks, skip the dessert and drinks and experiment with the starters instead.
I am surprised at the average rating for this place so far I went there last weekend on the recommendation of a friend - and I was very pleasantly surprised The ambiance of the place is very chic - as has been described by people below. Service was polite and attentive. We were a group of 4 people - the waiters were patient enough to let everyone make up their minds individually about their order And the food that arrived was damn good. The menu had a quite a bit of Chinese I think, for a South East Asian place. But it made up for it in taste - every dish that we ordered turned out quite good. And the price, for Andheri place was really sensible. They were a bit deficient on the dessert menu - could have done with a bit more choice. But due credit to them, both the desserts we tried were just as yummy as the food Doesn't hurt that they have a lot of south east Asian options as well :