This high-end Thai looker is one of the most polarizing restaurants in Atlanta: Architectural splendor meets sky-high prices for food that’s mostly too similar to the many other ubiquitous Thai restaurants in town.
In addition to classic Thai curries, you will discover tilapia in ginger sauce and healthy tofu and corn cakes coated in panko bread crumbs at this second Spoon location.
Compared to its airy modern decor, the menu is a little more conservative. In addition to classic Thai curries, you will discover tilapia in ginger sauce and healthy tofu and corn cakes coated in panko bread crumbs.
The curries are among the most fragrant in town, and from green papaya salad to spicy fish cakes with cucumber salad, there is a lot to like (though the prices can be stiff).
This modest little spot hangs on to its reputation as a place where one is guaranteed classic curries and overall solid food.
Owners Dee Dee Niyomkul and Thaddeus Keefe focus their menu on variations of Bangkok street food, a gratifying shift away from the same ol’ pad thai and green curry served at most places.