The scene: A tiny candle-lit Thai restaurant, decorated with hand-painted murals, quirky tea-light holders, and bottles of fresh flowers. Be prepared to do lots of eavesdropping of fellow diners as the table settings are a little cramped.

The grub: There’s a wide selection of Thai favourites, relative to the restaurant’s size. The prawn green curry was a little soupy, but the pad Thai portion was generous, especially after feasting on the complimentary spicy prawn crackers while waiting for our food.

Behind the bar: A fairly large wine list, most bottles not topping the £15 mark. Asian beers are also on offer.

Bill please: A bottle of wine, starter to share and two mains came to £40.

Verdict: One for Southfields locals who want a relaxed meal out.


201 Replingham Rd, SW18 5LY
020 8870 0188
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