Only Thai owned and approved of business displays a picture of the king of Thailand, the Star of Siam is no exception. The food is lovely and the decoration authentic. Furthermore, the relaxing sound of the fountain adds to the magical garden atmosphere of the place. Upon the wall are some authentic Thai style wooden panels etched in gold that depict two mermaids. When you walk through the entrance two heavily laden wooden elephant statues greet you. Their bar is located right in front of the entrance and the staff are extremely friendly. A knowledge of Thai is not necessary for you to enjoy your stay, just a love of food and good company.
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There is a small narrow step into the building and a step over into the restaurant itself. The doorway is fairly narrow but a wheelchair is just passable through the doorway. However, a double buggy may be a problem. The toilets cannot be accessed via a wheelchair without support to open all of the doors. The staff however are happy to help in any way possible. Many of the staff have worked within social care. Furthermore, they have been trained for those who are neurodivergent. The staff are happy to read the menu to you is it is needed. The floor of the restaurant is plain and so may be good for those with dementia. Many people with dementia can become too confused or unsettled by patterned flooring that they cannot work out. A chair can quiet easily be taken away to accommodate a wheelchair or a guide dog.