Thursday, November 8, 2012

The Royal Orchid


The Royal Orchid is a very popular Thai restaurant and is usually full for both lunch and dinner.

18 comments:

Olivier said...

bonne utilisation du mode Aquarelle (enfin je pense que c'est le mode Aquarelle)

EG CameraGirl said...

The decor appeals to me. I'd try eating there.

Danielle said...

I have never eaten Thai food. The processing of this looks great with the natural color palette.

Kate said...

I adore Thai food, and with many in the Twin Cities it might be difficult to find a favorite, but we found one very authentic restaurant that we frequent often. So good.

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Sharon said...

I love Thai food so I bet I'd enjoy this place. I love the effect on this photo! Nicely done.

Lois said...

I'm not a fan of Thai food, but I do like the looks of this place!

Judy said...

Looks nice and the food must be good if the place is busy all the time. I have never tried Thai food and I should because we have a couple of places.

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Linda said...

I have had Thai food and it is very good. The decor is very nice, I love the wall and decorations on it. The only thing I don't like are the tablecloths. Great photo, Lowell!

llandudnopictures said...

I think you should give them this picture framed to hang on one of their walls. The effect you have used would suit the decor perfectly.

Bibi said...

I think you should give them this photo, too.

Love Thai food!

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JM said...

With such a name it could only be Thai. Second time I visited Thailand I couldn't believe the amount of gorgeous orchids in the new Bangkok airport, they are everywhere! You immediately feel very welcome.

Kay said...

This shot lends itself very nicely to the effects. I agree that the restaurant might like a copy of it.

Thai is one of my favorite foods. Tom Ka Gai (coconut based soup) is a sublime pleasure when it's done right.

cieldequimper said...

Cool. I'm sure I'd love it but the effect wouldn't be there!

Irredento Urbanita said...

I would go there for dinner, it has a good decoration. Hugs.

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RedPat said...

I love Thai food so would be sure to try this place out!

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting looking place.

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Randy said...

Looks like another watercolor. I love it.

Halcyon said...

Are those storks on the wall? Somehow they look like they're carrying babies to me! :)

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