To the more ignorant of Hong Kong’s generally well-versed diners, it’s not going to be obvious that a restaurant with the name May’s Sawaddee is going to be a Thai restaurant. So, May herself has cleverly made an effort to have her restaurant known as May’s Sawaddee Thailand, as if she were offering the traditional Thai greeting to her native country, but with the added effect that diners will know that this restaurant in the eastern New Territories settlement of Sai Kung is an avowed representative of Southeast Asia’s most globally well-known cuisine, Thai. Located on the corner of Man Nin Street and Po Tung Street, with access from Chan Man Street also a possibility, May’s Sawaddee Thailand is a conveniently located restaurant for this enclave’s cuisine-crazy diners.
Very attentive service and food was as good as the review. We ordered a little too much and asked to take the Thai chicken home. The staff was quick to suggest separating the dipping sauce . Was worth the trip from Sheung Shui and will definately return .