All reader reviews by Anonymous
I am not surprised to see that Nahm has finally lost the single Michelin star it has clung onto for a good few years.
Whilst the food is prepared with ingredients of the highest and freshest quality, I cannot help but feel this is a grossly exaggerated interpretation of Thai cuisine. The flavours are often perverse in their execution and the palate is often numbed by them.
We had the tasting menu for 4 persons and the main dishes were all paltry in their servings, so that each diner received only a few pieces of meat or fish each.
The desserts are also rather inedible and sometimes chefs need to adapt cuisine to the taste of the people dining there.
I am intrigued to see where the restaurant will go next and if they will try to reclaim their lost star. Perhaps it's the kickstart they need!
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Food 4 | Service 5 | Atmosphere 3 | Value for money 2