It was a strange night at Chaophraya, full of hits and misses. I like the new menu though - it's got some exciting and playful choices on there, which have really livened things up.
Chaophraya is a Thai restaurant in the centre of Leeds, found tucked around the corner from the train station. It is named after the Chao Phraya River, which is Thailand’s main waterway, and the restaurant aims to take its diners on a journey through Thailand’s food by tasting the fresh ingredients and flavours from its unique regions. The restaurant is open and sophisticated, but manages to be warm and unique too. The staff are professional and sleek, but all with a smile. It’s the right level of service; attentive, but not at all interfering. I went along to try out the food on offer, and we began with a selection…