Scrap wood and Thai motifs adorn one wall of this super-swish Thai eatery, but it’s not the design diners are flocking to Thai Pavilion for; they come for chef Soloman, often cited as the man who brought Thai food to India in the 90s. He’s also noted as one of the hardest working men in town – which, in this city, is saying something.
The food hat Thai Pavilion certainly reflects his work ethic. Soloman’s classic Thai dishes are to-dine-for, even if prices are bordering on hefty. Try the tub ped nor mai talay nai sos ma muang (foie gras with sea asparagus and mango sauce) and be dazzled as it’s served with flair at your table.