dining romantic restaurants Sukhothai at Le Meridien Dubai
Sukhothai at Le Meridien Dubai
Updated on 03 June 2015

Located near Dubai International Airport, Sukhothai is an excellent Thai restaurant. The menu is huge but there are four set menus which perfectly combine the more popular Thai favourites. The service from the waiters is both excellent and knowledgeable.

For reservations call +971 4 2170000.

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