While La Tavola and Fei Ya are still in good shape for delivering excellent food quality (service is still good in general for all the restaurants here), the Flavors disappointed me pretty much at my latest visit. The green salad and Thai beef salads are at average. The roasted spring chicken (photo 5) is very disappointing. It's about THB680 (half cut) but it's pretty dried out and the sauce is a bit heavy. The Pad Thai is another 180 degree turn around. Some marinated small shrimps were used and the stir fried isn't aromatic. It turned out it's just a stir and mix noodle with some soda-baking-feeling shrimps, which is so different from what they used to serve with nice fresh prawns and authentic tamarind aroma.