Purists may blanch, but with its plain English descriptions of dishes and free of Thai names, Thai Accent’s menu is relatively idiot-proof. What you read is what you get. And it’s mostly good and reasonably priced for the setting (the Andy Warhol-inspired Thai prints are cute), quality and quantity (each main dish is usually enough to share between three). Avoid the fish cakes – they’re oddly rubbery – but do slurp up the huge bowl of beef noodle soup, crunch on the money bags (basically, fried wontons), and pair a bowl of rice with stewed ginger duck, or the spicy bean curd with basil leaves.
|Venue name:||Thai Accent||Contact:|
1 HarbourFront Walk
|Opening hours:||Daily 11.30am-9.45pm.|