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This iconic restaurant makes its appearance in the NCR at the Taj Vivanta, Gurgaon. The large bay windows that carry you through chromium and glass spaces provide an unobstructed view of the metro line, tricking you into believing that you might be in Bangkok. As does the food. On offer are favourites like Kai Phad Prik Daeng (chicken supreme gently-flavoured with Thai herbs), Phad Pak (stir-fried vegetables in a light soya sauce) as well as ambitious additions like Pla Nueng Manoa (John Dory with coriander, chili and a peanut sauce).
The food was excellent. The staff looked after you very well and was polite. The chef came to thwe table to ask for any special request. All food was freshly made and tasted so good. Great food with wine.
Went in for a quick business lunch and ordered only the main course.. fish, chicken and noodles.. and then grappled with a serious salt overdose across the meal- worst in fish .. Empty restaurant so no reason for chef not to have checked it... best part of the meal- the refreshing ginger based drink.. Long way to go to justify the name...
Amazing restaurant. Good food and great hospitality. One dish was not suitable to our taste and chef replaced it promptly. Complementary soft drink. Dessert with tender coconut was amazing
There’s no place for a better Thai experience. Chef Prajuab is an amazing chef and along with his right hand Chef Jagan they’ll cook up a Thai gastronomic decadence for you. Must try the Phad Thai and Water Chestnut in coconut milk..
The most authentic thai food ever. Delicious and melts in your mouth dimsums. The Thai drink was to die for and the beautiful dessert with personal message was just amazing and so thoughtful.
On behalf of all the Thai food lovers in the city I want to say â€˜Thank youâ€™ to â€˜Thai Pavillionâ€™ for bringing this beloved cuisine to our nation. Located at Vivanta by Taj, Gurgaon, the restaurant is practically responsible to introduce this fabulous cuisine to us. Originally opened at Mumbai in 1993, Thai Pavillion created a fan base for authentic Thai cuisine and from there it has grown by leaps and bounds. Thai Pavillionâ€™s dÃ©cor is as classy as you expect it to be. Usage of deep tones of red and golden oriental print on upholstery lends an elegant cheer to a wood finish room. Earthy dÃ©cor is appreciated by the regulars who pull in for their weekly ritual dinner with friends. The hush-hush ambience is ideal for business meeting and team dinners to strengthen bonding. However it starts and ends with food with a restaurant. Employing a Thai chef in the kitchen helps the restaurant to infuse authenticity to the meal.
Food served at Thai Pavillion is best that you will eat. Dining there will be an experience that is unforgettable. The menu is cultivated to put forward their best efforts and sample of their culinary skills. Start the menu with chicken satay, crispy lamb, chicken salad, raw papaya salad, tom yum soup, prawn tempura, fried chicken in pang dang leaf, stir fried mix vegetables, garlic prawns with pepper and kraduk moo yang which is spare ribs with grilled pork. The mains are as exceptional as the appetizers. The second course displays pla nueng manao, pan grilled white prawns with chilled cardoon laced with sour and spicy sauce, poo nim krob, diced water chestnuts with sweetened coconut milk, stir fried chicken with cashewnut, masaman curry, steamed snapper in basil and garlic sauce, chicken thai curry and green thai curry.
Team up the delicious mains with the crowd favourite phad thai. It considered to be the best in the city. Spicy fried rice is another hot favourite with the customers. But do not leave the table without trying water chestnuts in coconut milk or if you are fortunate the chef might send to you his signature dessert seven layer cake. The service as expected of a five star hotel is flawless and the staff bends over backward to accommodate you. Dining at Thai Pavillion is a delightful experience which comes at a price of only two grands.