Editorial Review of
This award winning eatery is one few that offer authentic Thai cuisine! Even the wine list is enough to make your mouth water, with choices including selections from Mondavi, Coppola, and Rutherford Hill. With the museum like setting of Rama, guests will get a full understanding of the Thai culture as they are able to look at authentic artwork and admire the architecture. The elegance of Rama is breathtaking with its beautiful decor, statues, intricate designs on the walls and the usage of strategic lighting. Located in the Gaslamp Quarter, it is in walking distant to a number of hotels.
Rama offers specialties such as the Drunken Spicy Noodles, flat noodles with Thai chili, garlic, red bell peppers, Oriental broccoli, tomatoes and basil and the ever so traditional Pad Se-Ew, stir fried flat noodles and Chinese broccoli with black bean sauce. Your taste buds are in good hands as, Award winning Executive Chef Pannuwat Soukjai a graduate of and instructor at the Royal Culinary Institute in Thailand is the Chef at Rama.
What was that? Thai food is too spicy for you? Not to worry! The chefs at Rama emphasize that not every dish must be prepared spicy. You can simply request the degree of spiciness in which is most comfortable to your tastes! At Rama it is important to cater to the needs of each individual guest, which is exactly what they do. With the great combination of wonderful guest service and authentic delicious Thai food, all diners are bound to leave fully satisfied and glad that they came to experience the magic of Rama.