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St. Martin/St. Maarten Restaurant & Dining Reviews
Thai Garden 01/08/2004
Reviewers Rating: Excellent
We went recently to Thai Garden in Sandy Ground, just outside Marigot. Parking is getting to be more and more of a problem on the island but Thai Garden actually has space for aout eight cars in the enclosed entry. Generally, there is overflow parking on the street. The exterior has been spiffed up by the landlord and Vincent has spent quite a bit over the summer sprucing up the interior. The name is Thai, but the food starts at a sushi bar at the entrance and proceeds to Thai, Vietnamese, and a hint of Chinese from the kitchen in the back. We always start with a sushi platter ($26) that looks as good as it tastes and then sample around the Thai dishes. We had the shrimp with masman curry and coconut milk with a side of rice ($24), and a beef, peanuts, and mint dish on vermicelli ($19). The shrimp and vegetables arrived in a bowl of slightly sweet, rich curry broth with plenty of rice on the side. The dish was quite interesting but the mint with beef was most unusual to western taste. Americans (and Brits) generally put mint only on lamb, so while this is different, it isn't so far out. The beef, mint, and peanuts are a lively combination. We added in some water, a sake, and a couple of beers to bring the bill up to about $80.

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