The menu covers the standard gamut of snacks, noodles, fish and meat, with plenty of specialties from Issan, the region of the northeast Thailand that was once Laos. That means good versions of som tum (green papaya salad), catfish laab, khai yang (grilled chicken) ...

The menu here is so similar to that at Kao Tai, it is hard to know why they didn't use the same name. The only significant difference is that they've added Tinun's trademark specialty, the noodle dish they refer to as tom yum kung ...

The head chef hails from Phuket, but he can turn his hand to dishes representative of all corners of Thailand. He has spicy, country-style pork sausages in the northern (Chiang Mai) style, the grilled seafood and pungent green curries of the south, plus plenty ...

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