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Transit: OCT East Station, Exit A

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F3 Block,Mooka Space,Enping Road,Oversea Chinese Town, Shenzhen
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The Vegetable spring rolls

The Vegetable spring rolls taste not good !

And the Thai Food comes not even close to the real one, any way, I like the Idutang !

If they would have a better service , would be great !!!

They have really great stuff there like fresh salads and very good ones, The Pizza is not to bad, just a way to much cheese !  The noodles are a dente, but the sauces are really bad !!!

If you order the salmon pasta you have to search the SALMON !!!

The Potatoes are really great , even much much better than at the HYATT Hotel !!!

And I am very happy to say, they have enough choices also for Vegetarians , last...

... the cheese plat for 88 RMB is a bit overpriced 65 RMB would be more than enough,

and everytime when I order it, I have the feeling , the plate gets smaller and smaller :-)


Review from That's PRD:Thai

Review from That's PRD:

Thai fusion in the OCT Loft
Like an old wine that gets better with age, Idutang just gets better and better. Idutang is an old friend that opened as a live music venue, then as an Italian restaurant. Now Idutang has again stepped up with the opening of a Thai restaurant to compliment its existing services to make it an all round venue.
Idutang’s Hong Kong chef, Alex Yip comes from a family of chefs and he has developed his skills in Thailand, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He tells us that he loves to draw on all of these influences when he is in the kitchen.
We started off with vegetable spring rolls with plum sauce (RMB 28) that set the Thai scene. We were then served with the steamed fish of the day with lemon and chili sauce (RMB 68) together with fragrant rice with ten vegetables (RMB 38). The fresh produce and zesty Thai flavours combined by the chef make a mouth watering change to Chinese cuisine for every meal.
Idutang is still the place you know as a music venue and bar in its post-industrial settings in the Overseas Chinese Town - with its foozball table, air raid siren, gas lanterns and ships wheel – but it just got a bit better.