I enjoyed a delicious crushed strawberry and lime mocktail whilst browsing the menu. We settled on starters of chilli duck spring rolls with a rich hoisin sauce, and golden fried vegetables with chilli mayo, both of which were fantastic.
For the main course we opted for the beef panaeng, a slow cooked dish with a thick red curry sauce, and the rad prik stir fry with crispy belly pork. Both dishes were delicious, though we were glad we had opted for the milder choices as they were pretty mouth-numbingly hot!
There was a really good atmosphere and happily the restaurant was completely full. With so much competition in Harrogate, some of the independents have apparently been struggling so we were glad to see this is not the case here.
There were plenty of other dishes we would have loved to try so we with certainly be returning. For more ideas on casual dining in Harrogate, take a look at our review of Stuzzi Italian.