Dazzling Thai Cafe is a spin-off from the popular Dazzling Cafe Restaurants, but they serve Thai food instead of general "western" food minus the honey toast. They still offer a selection of their popular well concocted drinks. You will generally spend about 500 NT a person to eat here, as their entrees are around 280 NT each. If you are lucky you can get their two person meal set that rings in at 980 NT, but I do not recommend it because the food is not that amazing. This place offers average "modern thai" food that is neither amazing or disgusting. The decor and service is unmistakably dazzling.
Take out: yes
Waiter Service: yes
Outdoor seating: yes
Food Quality: 3 out of 5
Decor: 4 out of 5
Service: 4 out of 5
Overall: 3.67 out of 5
Recommendation: Average "Modern Thai" food in dazzling setting.
The interior is has a circular cafe bartop in the middle. Tables surround the floor around the prep area with plenty of seating to accomodate most combinations of patrons. The decor is very much like the other shops with the characteristic white and black theme paired with faux dazzling light set ups. They seem to stick with their original flavor in terms of interior design. The servers are just as amiable, ready, and plentiful to cater to your needs. They check up on you regularly and there are enough of them to be available to your immediate needs. Dazzling Cafe has consistent quality in their service staff and interior design. The difference of Dazzling Thai Cafe is that they serve "modern thai" food and they do not sell the popular honey toast, which is their original claim to fame. However, much like the commentary on the food in the other locations, the fare is not that good: palatable and overpriced. I got the two person set meal for 980 NT which comes with 4 dishes and 2 drinks.
I wish I could try their more traditional sounding thai dishes, at least their pad thai or something, before I make a judgment on this restaurant. However, based on their 2 person meal set, I don't think I would be in a hurry to come here for this again. The pad thai would have to be amazingly out of this world for me to spend 280 NT on it as well. Especially since something like pad thai should be around 150 NT or something. If you are pinching your pennies don't enter this restaurant for mediocre flavored but well plated "modern thai food".