Never ate such Thai food. Way too sweet. All dishes- Pad Thai, Soup, all the curries were too sweet.
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Amazing place tucked in an old house in mason downtown. Delicious food with lots of choices for everybody. Met all our dietary preferences and food was delicious. Highly recommend this place if you want to eat authentic Thai food.
Banana Leaf is one of our go-to restaurants in town. The food is always great. The restaurant is located in an old house so you may be seated in one of many different rooms. This adds to the intimate atmosphere.
The food was worth waiting a while but it was borderline ridiculous how long it took. Not sure if they are understaffed or that’s their model but 2 hours for dinner is rough. That said, the food was good and I will go back in...More
This is to be utilized constructively. I believe the management, kitchen and staff work hard. But the food is the measuring stick. We have experienced Banana Leaf since 2014. We have been loyal. The quality and value have not improved since the lauds from 2014-2015;...More
We love going to the banana leaf. The Thai food is fresh, authentic, and delicious. It is in an old train station depot which adds to the charm. Just wish we lived closer!
This restaurant is in one of Mason's older buildings and a very convenient location They also have an outdoor dining area which is very pleasant during the warm months. Our service was excellent. I would recommend eating there.
Nestled on a corner in downtown Mason is what appears to be an old house converted into a restaurant. Parking is located behind the house/restaurant. They did have a couple of tables located outside so it appears that dining outside is an option. We were...More
Great food & great service We all enjoyed our food, Edamame was excellent. Veggie rolls were just ok. Tangy cashew chicken was great & mixing it up veggies were very good. We were very surprised at the quality of food & by great service. We...More
My husband and I made reservations after looking at the listing for Cincinnati Restaurant Week. The place is a very quaint, small setting located in the heart of downtown Mason. My husband got the street noodles with fried egg and was in heaven. He said...More