Built 200 years ago and abandoned in the 1960s, the Union Canal was restored and reopened to navigation in 2002. Edinburgh Quays , its...
Situated beside the King’s Theatre, Bennet’s has managed to hang on to almost all of its beautiful Victorian fittings, from the leaded...
As you might expect from a place run by a husband-and-wife team, this cute little diner has a warm, welcome and homely atmosphere. The...
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Lonely Planet review
From the waiter’s prayerlike gesture of greeting to the gold Buddha gazing down on the diners, everything about this restaurant feels authentically Thai. The rustic decor of terracotta tiles, yellow walls and cane tablemats makes for a relaxing atmosphere, while the rich and varied flavours of the food – fiery chilli, fragrant lemongrass, tangy lime leaves and sweet coconut – will keep you coming back for more.