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CLOSED. Now Olive Tree Lounge [Apr 14]

Modern Asian food served in the stylish surrounding of the old Post Office building. 

Formerly Asia - The Pan Asian Dining Room


Overview

  • Dates and times: Open daily for lunch 12-2.30pm and dinner Sun to Thurs 6-11pm, Fri & Sat 6-11.30pm.

Address and Contact info

  • Address: The Old Post Office, 2 Beaconsfield Road
  • Town: St Albans
  • County: Herts
  • Postcode: AL1 3RD

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Review Overview

Living up to expectations - review by bwbw

I love spicy food so this combination of Indian and Thai food was a real treat - it's interesting menu makes you want to go back and try more, which we will definitely do when we get the chance. Service was also good and I don't go back if the service doesn't match the food! [Nov 09]

11 Nov 09
2009-11-11T17:09:19.0000000+00:00
5
Maya Asian Dining
The best Asian food in a long while - review by mvs

Everything about this venue was good. The room was stylish and clean, the service competent and friendly. The menu contained an array of unusual starters - very different from the usual onion bhajis and vegetable samosas on offer in most high street Indian restaurants. Stuffed tangri (stuffed chicken drumsticks) and the spinach and onion dumpling starters were delicious. The main courses were also interesting, although you could choose from the more familiar 'Favourite Classics' section if you were feeling less adventurous. That often indifferent standard, chicken tikka, was moist, succulent and delicately spiced and my husband - usually a very small eater - finished nearly all of a very generous and delicious portion of braised duck. One of your reviewers had clearly been unlucky - they should try again on a Tuesday night! I can't wait to go back. [Nov 08]

16 Nov 08
2008-11-16T14:02:08.0000000+00:00
5
Maya Asian Dining
Great ambiance - shame about the food - review by always about!

We rocked up at Asia on Friday night full of great expectations, having heard good reports from friends. Initial impressions were good - the restaurant was modern and stylish inside and the place was packed and had a good feeling to it.

Service was a bit on the slow side, but it was Friday night so I can excuse that, but when our starters turned up we were fairly disappointed. The Thai fish cakes were thin and rubbery and my wife's swordfish starter was overcooked and came with a freezing cold dipping sauce. Not a great start.

When the mains came my wife's was missing from the list and our friend's chicken was overcooked. I fared best with a passable braised lamb dish, but that was about as good as it got. For £30 a head with a couple of half lagers I would expect cuisine of a much higher standard.  Next week it's back to the usual curry house! [Nov 08]

01 Nov 08
2008-11-01T17:11:09.0000000+00:00
2
Maya Asian Dining
Excellent - review by rnk

We knew this would be great as soon as we stepped through the doors. Very friendly service and comfortable surroundings. And the food was superb - a combination of Thai and Indian. The spinach and onion dumplings and the spicy crab and cod cakes were tasty starters, and the braised duck was a lovely main course. [Oct 08]

02 Oct 08
2008-10-02T10:39:35.0000000+01:00
5
Maya Asian Dining

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