Mac knows how much I enjoy Thai food and
he found a real treat for me.
Set in this unobtrusive building near Panzer,
you'll find a lovely surprise.
This delightful little restaurant, decorated in bamboo
gives the impression, you've wandered into a tropical hut
We shared an appetizer of
Mag Kea Yeat Sai
This was a deep-fried eggplant (aubergine for you Brits)
stuffed with prawn (shrimp).
It was served with a sweet and sour sauce.
Number 5 on the menu.
We thought this was very good.
Mac had the Ped Pad Kimau.
This is a spicy dish of stir-fried duck
with bamboo shoots, green beans and Thai vegetables.
Number 46 on the menu.
If you like spicy, this was excellent!
Being the curry lover I am, I opted for the
Gang Kiow Wan Ped
This was a stir-fried duck served in coconut milk, green curry paste with vegetables.
Number 47 on the menu.
I've never had a green curry I didn't like, it was wonderful.
We enjoyed the nice touch of the warm towels after our meal.
Deciding to share a dessert, we threw caution to the wind and tried something that sounded a bit strange. It was a warm concoction of coconut milk with what we thought was
tapioca and corn.
Yes, CORN. It didn't taste bad at all and while I wouldn't order it again
Mac was quite taken with this. I am sorry I didn't get the name of it.
They even have this back room that seats 60 for larger functions.
Mac gives Thai Rainbow Garden two thumbs up and says to tell you,
We found the restaurant child-friendly. The owners and wait staff are
polite, friendly, attentive and speak excellent English.
If you like Thai food, don't miss this restaurant
located at Postplatz 8