An Artful and Aromatic Taste of the Far East in Fairfax
- Reserve a suki hot pot table to experience the truly communal style of Thai dining. You get to choose which proteins and produce you want on hand, all of which are accompanied by a series of house-made dipping sauces that vary in spiciness.
- When the weather is amenable, the outdoor patio is a fine spot to sit down for a long lunch, a quick drink at the end of a long workday, or a leisurely dinner.
Good to Know
- Every Sunday from 11:15am –1pm, the restaurant offers cooking classes that cover Thai classics and include lunch ($45 per person).
- Wine tasting dinners featuring hand-selected vintages paired with a carefully curated array of Thai dishes are held regularly.
·Fried Sun-Dried Beef
·Crispy Spicy Catfish
Best Wines by the Glass
·Jacques Cacheux, Bourgogne, 2005
·Schloss Vollards, Riesling, 2007
·River Bluff Cellars, Zinfandel, 2005
- As seen on the Food Network
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