Review: Ty Pawb- Divine Thai
A bleak, blustery and rainy day wasn’t enough to stop us in our tracks, so we sent our Editor, Kara, to Ty Pawb to sample the delicious delights of Divine Thai.
By Kara Beth Davies, Egwyl Editor | Kara_Davies
Ty Pawb isn’t just a market and arts facility, it’s also home to a mini food court, including: No. 22, Just Deserts & Milkshakes, Curry-on-the-Go and Maxim Polish Cuisine. An array of multicultural foods in one place. Today, I was invited to try the mouth-watering selection that Divine Thai has to offer.
The Divine Thai menu has a great selection of meals (starters, curry, noodles and soups, etc.) ranging from £2-7. If that wasn’t enough, each food outlet offers 10% off for students with a valid student card!
It was a tough decision, but I finally decided to try the Egg Noodles with Crispy Chicken and I wasn’t disappointed.
Firstly, the presentation is amazing, each element is precisely placed onto the plate. I love the colours and precision, but my favourite thing about this dish is the beautifully carved carrot flower, and I haven’t even tucked in yet.
It looks too good to eat, but (for the purposes of this review) I took one for the team. I was given chopsticks to use, but opt for a fork- seeing as my chopstick skills are nonexistent. That’s something to practice for next time!
The silky smooth noodles with the crispness of the chicken melds together perfectly. The nuts and spring onion add extra flavours to an already tasty dish. The portion size was more than enough for me, it’s very filling.
For homemade food, it’s value for money, flavoursome and absolutely faultless.
Divine Thai don’t just have lovely food, they have they friendliest of staff members. Nothing is too much trouble. This is one of the many reasons why I love Ty Pawb.
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