Blue Lagoon

With its beautiful decor and lush interior, the Blue Lagoon is one of the most exotic Thai restaurants you will ever dine in.
Fine objects from Thailand adorn the walls, and the warm lighting creates a sense of calm serenity,
as authentically Oriental as the food. Surprisingly affordable, the food is of remarkable quality - it is clear that the executive chef, who has worked for the Royal Family of Thailand, is a gifted and professional individual. The starters were delicious and freshly prepared, especially the Satay (£4.95), which was tender and served with a perfectly spicy peanut sauce.The Spring Rolls at (£4.50) were light, crunchy and much better prepared than at other restaurants. The seafood on offer is equally impressive.The delicious King Prawns at (£4.95) were perfectly marinated, wrapped in a rice pastry and served with succulent, sweet chilli sauce. We enjoyed bottles of Singha Thai Beer (£3.25) and famously sticky Kao meow rice (£3.50) which perfectly complemented our meal. The main dish, Kai Toey (£8.95), consisted of pieces of marinated chicken intriguingly wrapped in Toeyleaves and served in a sweet and sour sauce. The leaves brought out the flavour and added a hint of lemon.
The desserts were delicious and yet not too heavy. The Coconut Delight (£3.50) was a marvel to look at as well as taste, consisting of home-made coconut ice-cream served in a real coconut shell. The Blue Lagoon Special (£3.50) featured four mixed flavours of ice-cream with whipped cream and raspberry sauce added to make it even sweeter. All in all a perfect way to end such a meal.

Blue Lagoon can be found at 284 High Street
Kensington, London W14. Tel: 020 7603 1231.
The Blue Lagoon has recently opened at 23 Haymarket,
Piccadilly – near Her Majestys and Haymarket Theatres.
This branch also serves the same menu and caters for
pre & after theatre dining. Tel: 020 7930 7800.