Those craving an epic Thai feast will find the genuine article here. Order up a storm from a menu cleverly divided by main ingredient, including horse to accommodate local tastes and fish flown in from Dubai, and spanning everything from duck spring rolls and Indonesian satay to red/green curries and sizzling black-pepper lamb. But if Japanese cuisine is more your thing, fear not; those more inclined to raw fish can indulge at Zen, the minimalist on-site sushi bar. Thai customers are free to mix-and-match from both menus. Weather permitting, ask to be seated in a private cabana on the terrace where you can enjoy a Tsing Tao beer and admire the Oriental water features. Thai food is pricier here than Western visitors will be used to, but excellent cooking, sharp service and a highly professional English-speaking manager make it more than worth it.