Paste Thai restaurant offers contemporary Thai cuisine, to an exceptional standard. From opening (2006) this venue gained much interest from the outset.
Following the genuine and warm welcome, for my appetiser I selected Goong Tord (Tempura-style prawns served with sweet chilli dip). This commencement to the dining occasion had me looking forward to the following courses with great enthusiasm.
For main I opted for Suea Rong Hai – famous weeping tiger dish. This is a very popular dish (Marinated grilled sirloin steak – cooked to your preference – steamed vegetables and a dipping sauce, plus Thai gravy). Flavours are very much in abundance for this and the complete dish is a real pleasure, being tender and succulent throughout. Compliments to Chef are duly awarded. Other main courses have something for all tastes and include Miang Moo Kum Wan (Marinated slices of pork collar), See Krong Moo Khai Foo (Tender spare ribs) and Gang Kiew Wan (Traditional Thai green curry – choice of chicken, beef, pork) amongst a very good selection, that also offers Fish, Noodles and Pasta dishes, too.
Desserts are most tempting and I chose Mango & Sticky Rice. This delectation made the perfect ending to a splendid dining experience, with excellent service throughout. Ice Cream Ka Ti Ruam Mit (Coconut ice cream served with mixed condiments – Thai-style), is amongst other very popular choices.
Drinks, including quality wines from Thailand, bubble tea, plus gift vouchers, collections and deliveries, are also available.
Parties and occasions are easily accommodated. Highly recommended. Other restaurants, under the same leadership, include Thailand No.1 restaurant, Lincoln and Thailand No.1 restaurant, Matlock.
As always, enjoy! Trevor Langley
Paste Thai Restaurant, 16 – 20a Carlton Street, Nottingham NG1 1NN. Tel: 0115 958 2222 E-mail: [email protected]. Web: www.pastethai.co.uk