Eldon Square is a home to many fabulous brands and eating experiences. chaophraya is one of them. Upon your arrival some authentic Thai carved elephants great you at the door. Elephants are a symbol of good fortune in Thailand. the place is warmly carpeted and has bright white tablecloths and plush cloth chairs. Furthermore, there is fabulous view of the square with greys monument. The presentation of the food is great. Furthermore chaophraya
In addition, Chaopraya advertise their own cooking lessons. The staff serving are efficient, friendly, and attentive. They serve with a smile so why not visit them.
Accessibility at Chaophraya
In Chaophraya here is a lift to the entrance of chou prior. In extension to that There is a large accessible toilet by the entrance of the restaurant. On the other hand, there are no braille menus the staff are happy to read the menu out if it is needed. Furthermore, whilst the staff are not trained to work with anyone who is neurologically diverse, they are happy to help to the best of their ability. Moreover, the quietness of the place is dependent upon the customers who come. They do not have any specified quiet times. The monotone of the carpet may help those with dementure feel safer on their feet. It is easy to wheel a wheelchair up, through and to a table.
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