Restaurant very busy. Good sign. One waiter covering all of downstairs. Bad sign. Had spring rolls to start with and steamed dumplings. The spring rolls were bland and the oil was old and reaked of fish. The dumplings, although I'm pretty sure they weren't freshly steamed, were actually the highlight of the meal and were good. Nice texture and flavour.
Mains were not good. Thai for me - and I had a Thai girlfriend and have been to Thailand many times - is about fresh strong flavours simply cooked. The chicken yellow curry was overly rich thick and sickly sweet. And padded out with lots of halved new potato. The plain rice was overcooked. The rice noodles with duck were pretty terrible. It was also fun trying to actually find the animal in the sticky brown mess that was presented to me. The only real flavour was oyster sauce and lots and lots of it.
All in all a bad meal costing £30 for two. I could definately produce better food myself and if I feel that about any restaurant, then for me it defeats the point of going. Maybe that's just me.
The waiter did his best though and was sweet. Overall, not recommended.