I ate in the restaurant once and ended up with very bad food poisoning. I literally woke up in the middle of the night vomitting, had to go to the hospital the next day. I was feeling very badly for about two days. What's especially upsetting was when I called to make a complaint (after I've finally gained enough strength from my ordeal) the staff member of the restaurant who picked up the phone was ridiculously rude as soon as he heard i was calling to make a complaint. He even threatened me when I told him I'm about to make complaints to local health authorities about this saying (his exact words) "let's see what will happen if you dare to do that". The food poisoning issue didn't happen only to me. One of my neighbours (we live locally to this restaurant) had a similar incident once. Though she wasn't so ill that required a hospital visit, she was pretty under the weather for a few days. I am writing this comment hoping that what happened to me does not happen to anyone else. There are a number of very pleasant restaurants quite close to naknon thai so you are never in a position to actually need to eat there!!
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Just a short walk from Canary Wharf, Nakhon Thai has brought the exotic flavours of Thailand to the heart of Docklands. Upstairs, the dining room combines modern Oriental-inspired décor with traditional Thai statues and wall hangings; while downstairs, the focal point is the Polynesian style cocktail bar where staff serve creative cocktails and tasty bar snacks. The restaurants Executive Chef prepares authentic dishes from each of the diverse regions of Thailand, including fragrant curries, spicy tom yum soups and classic pad Thai. We recommend trying one of the chefs specialties like creamy yellow curry with lobster or crab claws slowly-braised in a unique herb sauce. With its tranquil atmosphere and great wine list, Nakhon Thai is perfect for low-key lunches and intimate dinners alike.