Thai, but not overly so in decor

Thai, but not overly so in decor

Pali Thai – 3/5

Went on a Friday evening to check out the new Thai place in the ‘hood. We were glad we’d made reservations as it was fairly full but we were promptly seated upstairs.

The menu is not vast but offers a good selection of  vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, I do not think I saw pork or buff items.

We ordered the following:

Prawn Spring Rolls (yummy)

Phad Thai Noodles with chicken

Green Thai curry with Jasmine Rice

For dessert, we had a Coconut Milk based Chocolate dessert.

We enjoyed a Sauvignon Blanc and a Whisky Sour with our meal. The food was good as was the service. The portions are decent.

The décor is sophisticated (not overly Thai) – think black interiors with dramatic lighting and palms. It attracts a sophisticated crowd. The bar was full when we were leaving. It’s a two-level space, with a bar and a couple of tables downstairs and more tables upstairs. I like the fact that the tables are spread out.

It’s good to have a dedicated Thai restaurant in Bandra. Being fairly high-end we were pleasantly surprised when the bill came.

Its entry is through Pali Bhavan Café.

 

Pali Thai
10, Pali Mala Road, Adarsh Nagar, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai
Telephone: +91 9820008424
12 noon to 3 pm, and 7 pm to 12 midnight. All days of the week

 

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