Diep le Shaker
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55 Pembroke Lane · interesting places nearby
Diep le Shaker information
Diep le Shaker is a modern, light-filled space tucked down an alley off prestigious Pembroke St. It is popular with the local business crowd, establishment movers and shakers, and people generally consumed by their own self-importance. The predominantly Thai grub is inventive and excellent, but you get the impression you’re paying for the company and it ain’t worth it.