Cuisine: International
Address: 29/2-3 Soi 31, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, Thailand 10110
Tel: (02) 259 4845
Open: Daily. Closes at 9pm.
Payment: VI, MC & cash
Web: Nil
Remarks: The restaurant used to close on Mondays. It has changed.
Originally posted: November'2008

A forum friend, Isan, has this to say about the restaurant after looking at the set of photos, "Looks like dine-in at Harajuku JUST reminding me few years ago. Nice atmosphere with tastily."

I do agree that the place looks über chic and with a hint of zen inspirations. But we had a mixed feelings for their foods. The rocket salad and my partner's squid ink pasta with salmon were above average. Despite of the uninviting color, the squid ink pasta was eye-pleasingly neat and glistering! (I've seen the same dish that's dull and dirty-looking elsewhere) I couldn't say the same for the ham pasta that I had. The ham was terribly done, so much so that it looked and tasted raw. The pungent smell from the raw meat totally put me off.

Table for two: No details.

Recommended dishes: Rocket salad and squid ink spaghetti with salmon.

In a nutshell
> Austere and yet chic interior
> Rocket/roquet salad

> Speak little English

The restaurant ...

Our order ...
Rocket salad and squid-inked pasta with salmonHam pasta. Regretted!Ensemble

PS: Incidentally, there is a column, 'Cheap & Good', in today's (23/11/08) The Strait's Times features a Pizza Bar along Singapore's Ghim Moh Road. The writer picked a SGD17 (about THB390) squid ink spaghetti. Yes, for that cheap price in Singapore, you get the pasta with nothing else.

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THAIoholic, the blog, is setup with the initial intention of keepsake. As time goes by, I find it harder and harder for my gray cells (of what left) to remember traces of great places we have been to, good foods we savored but missed, details that I should remember but they slipped away unknowingly.

Then, we have also friends and folks asking little details I thought I should blog them here, because my pea brain is simply no good at recollections.

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