Chinese and East Asian
Although the menu contains all the classics you might expect, Phetpailin encourages the customer to try a little of everything - why not start your meal with a mixed platter of starters to share between two? Or try the delicate paper prawns: succulent and bursting with flavour. The squid, cooked in black pepper and garlic, is tender and beautifully spiced, and the gaeng ped yang (roasted duck curry in coconut milk) is a delicious main course with perfectly balanced flavours.
If a recent trip to Thailand has left you longing for the unique flavours of Thai cooking - kaffir lime, lemongrass, sweet basil and galangal - then look no further. Say goodbye to bland green curry and uninspiring pad Thai - this is real, delicious Thai cooking at its very best.