The statue of a golden Buddha greets you at this stylish restaurant where each table has an orchid for its centerpiece. Rich reds and browns, a portrait of the Thai king, and the traditionally dressed staff transport you to Thailand, if only for a few hours. To start, try the todd mun kao pode (deep-fried corn cakes with sweet-and-sour peanut and coriander dip). Good main courses include pla priew wan (monkfish poached with coconut milk) or pedt Orchid, duck stir-fried with mango, chili, garlic, and red peppers. The sticky rice with coconut milk and mango is an unmissable dessert.