Oct 6, 2007
I couldn't disagree more from the other poster's comments, we had a wonderful dining experience at one of the tables on the water, my Tiger prawns were excellent, the restaurant is set in the lush gardens, with candlelight, and a DECIDEDLY non-touristy, upscale ambience. I can't imagine someone saying they would prefer Thiptara-which is a modern, rather sterile decor, overly expensive for what you get Thai restaurant in the Peninsula to Salathip's
lovely teak dining pavilion. Highly recommended.