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This informal Earlsfield restaurant - right across from the station on Garrett Lane - bills itself as a café, which is just about right. The food here focuses on Thai and Indochinese crowd pleasers.
Expect, then, dishes ranging from duck springs rolls, dim sum, Thai beef salads and roasted fillet of cod with tamarind and chilli jam to beef panang, Thai red curry, pad Thai, hot drunken noodles, laksa and tom yum. Regional set menus are also on offer - all named after areas of Thailand that send backpackers giddy.
A well-informed wine list features bottles from big-hitting wine regions from across the globe, with each bottle given decent tasting notes. The Amaranth specials such as ginger beer with lemongrass and chilli, and Thai iced tea with milk sound good.
346-348 Garratt Lane
|Transport:||Tube: Earlsfield rail or bus 44, 77, 270|
|Price:||Main courses £8-£10. Set dinner £16.50-£22 3 courses. Unlicensed. Corkage (wine) £2.75|
|Opening hours:||Dinner served 6.30-10.30pm Mon-Sat|
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