If you are looking for an intimate place to share sushi and sashimi with a special someone, this elegant little restaurant is nothing short of perfect. Four tables and spare decor form a delicate jewel box that opens to reveal a treasure of 31 different dishes complemented by an assortment of beer or tea. Size does matter when you are hungry, so be sure to book in advance so you won't be disappointed.
An extensive menu full of classic fare and peppered with some unexpected pleasures is the main reason to come to BanThai. But the decor (rich wood walls and ceilings, carved art and artifacts including rickshaw, some traditional low tables to sit Thai-style on pillows) makes the ethnic dining experience rich.
Located in an up-and-coming area off the Zeil pedestrian zone, this traditional Thai restaurant is named after the two kings who embraced German ingenuity while remaining an independent country. An impressive, larger-than-life statue in the back of the restaurant attracts your eye at once while the menu tempts your palate in quest of complex flavors. You'll find crispy duck in tamarind sauce, steamed fish in chili lime broth or tofu in red coconut curry, and a variety of frozen drinks to accompany the spices. Try the Banana Cow.