Time Out says
At his new diner, French beef master Arnaud Carre wields his expertise to create upscale versions of Thai street food. Get to savor his famed dry-aged Charolais French beef, but in the form of Thai food and at more affordable prices. The pad kapraw starts from as low as B40 (beef) and goes up to B50 (chicken or pork and bacon), and B60 (shrimp or deep-fried duck breast). The priciest pad kapraw is at B140 with imported black mussels. You can also pick your level of spiciness and upgrade your beef to more prime cuts like tenderloin which goes for B240/100g. (It’s super, duper tender and goes perfectly well with rice.) A range of side dishes, such as fried morning glory and fried baby bok choy, are also available. Love noodles? Arno Thai uses homemade noodles from Chiang Mai to pair with your choice of beef: beef shank (B50), beef paleron (B95) or a special combo of many parts (B140/400g). You can also add more beef to your noodles for as low as B20. End your meal with French desserts like strawberry mille feuille (B110). Wines will be available soon.