Thaï House is a pretty place to discover Thai cuisine: the atmosphere is friendly and inviting with soft lighting and very pleasant service. The waiter patiently explains how to eat the dishes such as sticky rice, meant to be eaten with your hands. The menu has some interesting choices such as Thai mini-eggplant in green curry which is both unexpectedly crispy and tender. The meat is excellent quality and well prepared: the Neua Yang, grilled beef served with a hot fish sauce is very tender, red inside and seared on the outside. The papaya salad is accurately cut although we would have liked it better with more herbs and spices. The fried sea bass is very promising with green onion, coriander, lemon zest, tamarind sauce and peanuts. Visually the dish is very attractive with a dominant tamarind flavor. The refreshing, simple green tea and coconut milk sorbet is prettily presented on a stick. The cuisine reflects a real effort to please, a focus on seasonal local products, and original Asian products, some of which are grown on their own farm.