The menu is different every time (inspired by available seasonal ingredients picked up locally or according to popular holidays such as Thai songkran) and everything you will taste is homemade that evening including the excellent hoisin sauce that you will want to pour over every morsel. If you are the curious sort try book a seat by the kitchen counter and watch chef Su-Yen in action. Thornhill’s dishes are beautifully plated and each dish is to be relished. Menu standouts when we visited were the chicken and egg drop sweetcorn soup, shitake and shimeji mushrooms with lotus root greens and sesame-crusted seared tuna with daikon radish and pickled ginger.
Dinner costs R500 per person and is strictly by prior booking only. Bring your own drinks. Every Wednesday from 19:00-22:00.