For a refined take on Thai cuisine, Tamarind Hill is quite the spot to head to. That said, we still find the price point relatively high, despite its fresh ingredients and delectable dishes.
I loved the sticky and chewy morsels of dumplings, but I’m not so sure about the fish roe.
On top of Thai food, they also have a selection of cocktails and drinks for diners to pick from. I had a go at this thai inspired cocktail, refreshing and my caveat it I do have a weakness for lychee and lemongrass.
The Tiger Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk Sauce was quite disappointing.
Tamarind Hill has quickly become one of my favourite places to head to for Thai fine dining, the other 2 being good ol' Patara, and popular CBD haunt Sabai on the Bay.
I must say that the overall experience was wonderful and this is a place I would return for their Thai hospitality and, of course, to try out some wine since they have one of the best sommeliers in town.
5 reviews of Tamarind Hill "This place is not the kind of place that you just happen upon. It's a stunning old villa you only get to after going to the end of the road; then through the gardens; then up the stairs; and you ask yourself: "is it…
Expect the prices here to be higher than an average Thai restaurant. I wasn’t impressed with my dinner but I enjoyed the intimate dinner with my partner and soaking in the ambience of the place.
I’ll definitely be back to try their regular menu, and bask in the serenity of the place.