The service was alright, we felt like our side of the restaurant was being served by just one person. They seemed a little over whelmed and so it was a little slow. But nothing worth complaining about.
The menu was very similar to Bamboo’s with a papaya salad starter, a green veg curry or a red chicken curry main course. Considering that the Soi menu barely gave you a choice, we had the exact same thing. All they are offering on their NRW menu is; one starter, a choice of 2 mains (chicken or Veg) and one dessert and that’s that. Do not pass go and do not collect 200!
The salad was good I suppose.. Bamboo’s salad resonated with me more though. And when it came to the main course it was a very tough choice and close call for both my date and I. Both very amazing and authentic Thai flavours so both mains got high marks in our charts, I’d say Bamboo’s green curry was definitely softer on the spicy flavours than Soi but both great meals non the less. For dessert we had their only option, that's the panna cotta something something coconut spearmint blah blah sponge and it truly wasn’t anything to write home about. I feel like Soi didn’t really want to take part in the NRW so they just made the simplest of meals with minimum effort.
I’d go back for a proper meal and a boothe seating. Speed dating isn’t really my thing.
Overall, Soi get’s a 7/10 from me.
Next stop: Seven village market