Tucked away in a tiny soi along Chareon krung, this is a farlang (foreigner's) spot. Doubles up as an antique store, the house, which is also an antique on its own, built in the 19th C. is owned by a chinese family & the cooks are ole chinese women. They converted their home into a restaurant some years back. Harmonique captures quite an international crowd- HK, Spainish, Americans... all farlang. We were expecting dishes catered to ang mos(foreigners-SG's version) but surprisingly they had some really good sauces. Unexpectedly spicy and rich. These prawns were super garlicy. Love it!