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Value for Money
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Nice surprise! Jun 29, 2012
I've walked past a few times and found the all white exterior / interior a bit uncomfortable, but decided to pop in to Thaima V2 for a quick bite before drinks one night and was very pleasantly surprised.
Firstly, the service is great - warm greeting, lots of smiles, drinks come out quickly.
Secondly, there's a lot more on the menu than I would have guessed for such a small place. It's mostly Thai, with some Vietnamese and even Indonesian-inspired dishes.
Decided on all seafood on this occasion:
Prawn Sashimi - very fresh, served with an amazing spicy / tangy sauce.
Oysters - they have a few to choose from but I couldn't go past the Australian Coffin Bays. Good sized and again very fresh. It didn't need anything more than a couple of drops of lemon jiuce.
Deep fried soft shell crab - snack sized portion, very crisp, lots of flavour.
Price was reasonable given it was fresh seafood, and its Soho location. Around $200/head including wine.
I would definitely want to go back to try more of the food. They also have a set dinner for two for $298, which looked rather interesting.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jun 28, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD200
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