Fifi’s is a tiny, tastefully decorated restaurant with a joyous profusion of carefully selected bric-a-brac, an open kitchen straight out of Lilliput, and an exotic mini-terrace installed on a tuk-tuk. Don’t hesitate to let Fifi, who willingly leaves the kitchen to explain her dishes, compose your meal. Here, Asian beer and sake prevail over wine. Try the surprising cloudy Saké Nigori (it is unfiltered), which goes very well with Thai cuisine. The menu is simple and printed on paper so that it can be easily renewed. Fifi gets off the beaten track: when she serves broccoli, the flowers are removed in order to honor the stems. The flavors are intense but the overall effect is mild and harmonious. Fifi’s is a genuine jewel, nestled in a charming neighborhood and serving Thai, Malay and Chinese-inspired dishes which will delight your palate. Fifi's has got the Gault&Millau 2018 award for the best quality to price ratio.