Thai cuisine is all about the balance of flavours, and few chefs can get them right every time. Skilled practitioners juggle levels of saltiness, found from fish and oyster sauce; spice, derived from chillies; sourness, from tamarind and citrus fruits; and sweetness, from palm sugar and coconut milk to create dishes that excite the senses and tantalise the tastebuds. Kowloon City is the place to go to find the best Thai food in Hong Kong, and the Little Thailand there is filled with superb restaurants to choose from. Ruamjai Thai Restaurant on Tak Ku Ling Road is one of the best around with a huge array of specialities from South East Asia that are sure to delight all those who cross their threshold. That means Tom Kha soups to start, red and green curries to follow – plus plenty of fresh fish and seafood – all of which can be washed down with lashings of Chang beer. You can’t say fairer than that – book a table now.
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Have not been there for a couple of years. It's not as good as it used to be. I ordered some of the same dishes that I used to rave about, but not as flavorful and the portions were smaller. Still a good value though.