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Thai High is perhaps one of the most romantic restaurants in Delhi. Dining under the stars and overlooking the Qutub Minar, this is an amazing place to bring a date. The Thai food does complete justice to the view as well. Tasty and beautiful the food is exceptional. We loved the 'Vermicelli Salad' and the 'Som Tam' was also very good but it is the 'Tom Kha' that I keep coming back for – sweet, spicy and coconutty, the broth of the soup is extraordinary and comforting. Lovely view of the Qutub makes for a very romantic setting.
The food, drinks and service were all very average. The only saving grace was qutub view and outdoor seating
We visited it on Karwachauth night and it was beautifully decorated. The view was simply awsome with Qutub Minar and moon vieing for attention. The approach is not great though neither it is easy to locate In addition to usual dining space, they have one open air and one semi open kind of dining spaces one level above the other. We opted for Mint Colada, a fish appetiser and sea food noodles. Mint colada was refreshing and fish dish was awsome. However, we did not relish the noodles much. Service was quite good. Overall we had a very pleasant experience. But the USP being the view, I am a bit doubtful how it will feel during day time.
Staff is very courteous and the restaurant serves an authentic Thai food. Worth spending time and money.
Had an interesting meal at Thai High. I have heard of this place for years, but never got around to it. Four of us visited, and expected an upmarket experience, but we drove past the swish boutiques near the Qutab, to the now deserted and rather depressing, run down Ambavata Complex. Interestingly, apart from us there were 4 other tables occupied, and all of them were couples - presumably it is considered a romantic spot. The view of the Qutab Minar from the upper (non air-conditioned) deck is certainly impressive, and as the weather was reasonably good, we were happy sitting out there. While the ambience and service left a bit to be desired, they were not to bad though certainly not premium / upmarket. The food was also mixed.... the soups were excellent, as was the chicken mince salad. The other starter (spring rolls were over-fried and very ordinary. For the main course we had a shredded pork which was excellent, and a red snapper which was again quite ordinary - fried, in a light sauce. While we enjoyed the food and the evening, it is clear that the restaurant - and the complex in which it is probably the only remaining occupant - have seen better days, and the cost (Rs 3300) for a meal for 4 (without drinks or desserts), while not really high, was not great value considering the ambience and upkeep and service. Would recommend it for the food and the view, but don't let your expectations go too high.
The view from the top is excellent. On a windy night, thats all one would want to experience. Food though is not great. Pad thai and Tom yum soup were good.
When you’re in Thailand, you can’t wait to go around and sample the flavorful local dishes. The key to good Thai food lies in its balance and if you are craving for some Thai food in New Delhi, you don’t have to look too far. You can enjoy authentic Thai food right here in the city, without crossing city border. Save yourself a ticket to Thailand and instead drive down to Ambawatta Complex in Mehrauli, where ‘Thai High’ is located. This gorgeous fine dining restaurant is known to serve exceptional Thai food in spectacular surroundings. Lose yourself in the authentic flavors put out by the chef and take a loved one along to share the magic. There is a valet service. The lift takes you up until one floor down from the restaurant. For rest of the way, take the flight of wooden steps.
The chef preparing your food at Thai High may not be Thai himself but you won’t know the difference. Food is authentic and excellently prepared. You will be able to dine on true Thai flavors in a romantic stunning setting. Go to Thai High knowing that the bill will be hefty, don’t flinch. Have a bud tea to start your meal at Thai High otherwise have a bottle of wine. First course is a delicious mix of lip-smacking appetizers like, deep fried prawns with sweet chilly sauce, grilled chicken strips, deep fried veg spring roll, chicken satay with peanut sauce and crispy fish with fried basil. Squid in butter garlic sauce, crispy chicken tossed in chilly plum sauce, pork spare ribs in special tangy red sauce and crispy vegetables tossed in tamarind sauce, will be decadent as mains.
Combine your mains with an assortment of noodles and rice. Thai High has a variety of fried rice and noodles up on offer. When you get to the dessert course, take a deep look at the menu. For sweets the chef suggests, banoffee pie, date on fire, death by chocolate, blueberry strawberry cheese cake and chocolate mousse. Thai High is a very romantic dining destination. It is sprawled across a terrace and overlooks a lovely view of the Qutab Minar. During the day, the view can be enchanting but it’s in the evenings that the place truly becomes spectacular. You can sit inside their very elegant dining room too, in case you are more comfortable indoors.