Stopped in for a lite lunch, but they only serve dinner on Saturday and Sundays. Large portion of the fried rice, very most and the chicken very tender. I would stop in this place the next time I'm in town.
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We went with a party of 9 to dinner the other night. Most of us got Pad Thai. One person did order a more spicy meal - but he didn't taste much spice. He has decided to tell them that spice is good for him....More
Still trying to find an amazing authentic Thai restaurant. Food ok. The appetizer with the bite of a spring roll and tasteless chicken soup not food at all. I had the chicken Panang which was ok but not crave-able. Then topped of with a very...More
Have eaten here several times. This time was lunch with local and out of town family. Food is always delicious and so fresh. Great atmosphere and staff. Curry was delicious and perfect spice/heat. Love the little touches, soup before meal with amazing spring roll, and...More
We started with the (not fried) spring rolls, covered with translucent rice paper,with shrimp and raw greens inside, and a good peanut dipping sauce. We then got two lunch entrees that included chicken rice soup, and a fried spring roll. I had a vegetarian Pad...More
Had Red Curry and it was very good and the mango and sticky rice was very good as well. When I get back to this area I will go back for dinner.
This is a nice place to eat ordinary Thai food; nothing unique or special about it, but nothing bad about it either. It has a nice variety, including macrobiotic offerings. Everyone in my group of six was satisfied with the food, though again, there was...More
We didn't realize that prior to your meal, you are served soup (either vegetable or chicken) with spring roll. I ordered Pad Thai noodles with nuts. It was delicious, a bit spicy too. After your meal, you are provided with a small portion of complimentary...More