As I was welcomed by the friendliest of hostesses, I was impressed by how much detail has gone into making you feel like you are no longer in Leeds, but have stepped into Thailand itself with the black and gold décor and authentic statues. The restaurant is light and airy, and oozes authenticity. Read more…
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