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The Reeds Thai Restaurant is located on the 1st floor above Chicken Republic on Awolowo Road in Ikoyi. From the onset you could easily miss it, because of its small entrance on the left side of the building.
I had always been curious about this particular restaurant so I was pretty excited when my Girlfriend took me there for my Birthday. On entering the dodgy side door and being greeted by the doorman/bouncer, we immediately made our way up the spiral stairs to the restaurant proper. It was a big open area, divided into three main sections; the proper dining area, the bar area and a VIP lounge area. What I liked most about the interior was the dark and moody ambiance with sharp colors bursting out from different corners. The design was very urban, almost street-like, heavily influenced by Jazz which was reinforced by the fact that a Jazz band played that night while we ate.
This was my first time experiencing Thai Food so I wasn't sure what exactly to expect. I had heard from friends that it was a mix of Chinese and Indian food with a lot more peppery spices. We decided to allow the waiter recommend a dish rather than shut our eyes and point. For starters we had a small chops with a Jumbo prawn stacked untop of mixed peppered fruit chunks. And for the main course we had rice with lamb in a mild curry. Off course these dishes have their Thai names but for the life of me I can't seem to remember them. The food was strange but great, definitely a little bit of an acquired taste. The prices weren't bad neither.
All in all we had a fantastic evening of good food, drinks and nice music. I would definitely recommend Reeds to a friend.
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