Nahm

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what the critics say

Telegraph

Matthew Norman - 7/10

Monday, September 13, 2010 - 'Blimey, what's going on here?' spluttered my friend once a French waiter had deposited the whole bleeding lot in one go. At 60 quid a pop, you expect something more elegant and theatrical than a glorified thali...Most of it was great. The soup, velvety double-steamed oxtail with mooli and Asian celery, was a rarefied beef tea of such regal delicacy that it should have been served to Yul Brynner's King of Siam when he took to his bed. Grilled beef salad was a mingling of succulent meat with chilli, mint, coriander and other herbs and spices.

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I love Thai food, but this was an extremely disappointing experience. The food was excessively salty to the point of being nearly inedible, no special flavours or textures and completely unbalanced. The wine list is horribly overpriced: Dr Loosen Riesling 2010 which cost around £8.50 in a shop being sold for £38 at Nahm. Even the ambience is a let down it feel very much like you are in the reception of a hotel.
Comment on this reader review

Henrique Soares
Overall rating 2 stars
Food 1 | Service 3 | Atmosphere 2 | Value for money 1
Sunday, January 08, 2012

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