A relatively new Thai restaurant opened in the very heart of Prague – Perlová street. Very minimalistic in design, but very ‘maximalistic’ on portions, so ask about the size first before you place your final order. Their soups can be hard to finish – a large portion is 1 litre of soup, noodles, veggies and meat, and that is a lot. Even a very skilled gobbler would have to be very hungry to eat it all.
My favourite dish is Udon soup (I have to confess my growing preference for slim Udon noodles), and their Pad Thai is still not be missed. But do not search for overly spicy food here – here they conform to the more Western type of Thai, which is convenient for most people here, not used to hot Thai meals.
It’s a good place for early lunch, afternoon snack or late dining, and a great place for a business lunch as wi-fi is now a matter of course in Prague’s cafés and restaurants.