I came with a sick friend who needed some soup on a cold winter’s night. He got more than he bargained for and certainly felt better afterwards. I started with veggie springs rolls. These generous, could have used a few more veggies in the veggie-noodle mix. The peanut sauce was OK—Quang’s is better. As it was my first time here, I ordered Pad Thai, my index dish for Thai restaurants. This is Bangkok Street food and shouldn’t be dressed up too much. This one was good Thai comfort food. Could have used a few more peanuts and I thought it odd that they are served on the side. As a vegetarian it was a nice touch to find it with both deep fried tofu and mock duck.
The other things I tasted were delicious, especially the stir fry, which will be my choice next time.
Service was prompt and friendly. It was pricey compared to other Thai places in Minneapolis, $30 a head without dessert and only 1 appetizer for four of us. All in all it was a satisfying first adventure and I will likely return.
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