The snowbirds tell it how it is, and I can confirm it. Well a couple years ago (at least) I came here with my now ex gf to pick up 2 pad thai dishes for us and it was very good from what I remember. Fast forward to tonight 2/15/12 and we ordered over $50 worth of food for myself, my brother, and my mom. The $50 racked up quick and all my mom got was a salad. Even worse, we didn't get much for $50 dollars. We ordered 2 pad thais(9.95 each), 1 order of chicken satay(7.95), 1 order of wrapped shrimp(7.25) and 1 laab salad(7.25) these 5 items came to a shocking total of $53 and some change with tax. WOW, I thought, freaking expensive but oh well, we're starving, I love thai food, and I guess it's a lot of food right? Wrong. The 2 pad thais were alright, good amount of noodles but very, very little chicken, a few peanut sprinkles on top and overly sweet. C'mon, 10 bucks for a pad thai dish should be a nice dish, I can buy a bag of noodles anywhere for 2 or 3 bucks...oh well I thought....then we opened the box of chicken satay skewers and found nothing but disappointment. These used to be a lot longer I thought. Inside were 6 tiny or I should say short little pieces of chicken with a little cup of peanut dipping sauce that wasn't even full. Smh...then we opened the box of 8 wrapped shrimp. Wow, they're tiny we said. They were quickly demolished. That was 8 dollars? We could have gotten a whole bag of little cocktail shrimp for $4-5 lol...so after we ate the little chicken skewers and little shrimps, my brother goes, that was 17 dollars worth of appetizers. Doesn't feel like it. Rip off. Feel like we just got bent over lol. Then lastly my mom's salad. We open it up and it is I kid you not, a tiny amount of shredded salad and mango in a little tinfoil wrap, as if a handful was just plopped inside. Ridiculous. Where is the value here? When I go out to buy and pay for restaurant food I don't mind because it's convenient and what not but this was just rape. Seriously, for over $50 spent, we could have gone to about 100 other places, paid less and gotten more. Probably will never return here. Place used to be much better, super stingy and expensive now. I know times are tough but man, this was stingy. Also, we are not fat lol, we are skinny/lean college guys.
This is a very nice restaurant. The food is very fresh and there is an ample amount of it. The waitresses are very friendly and after having been there only twice, she did remember what we like to drink and that we like extra lemon and also that we like our food a little spicier. The lunch specials are really nice, they come with soup, appetizer and cucumber salad for a very resonable price. All in all a really pleseant experience. Parking is ample and easy to get to. We will certainly continue to go there.
Saturday night, poor service: lipstick on my glass. Yuk! Food fair, portions fair, but pricey for what we got. Nothing to call home about. Seattle y Phoenix have much better. Stick to regional comida best bet.
Ignore other posts. We have been going there for years. Consistenly good service & food. Lunch specials are good. You need a reservation for busy lunch hour and/or large parties. They get busy for dinner too. They close between lunch and dinner, but the menu is the same. I wish they would stay open all afternoon. My husband, his co-workers, and mine all ageee - this is the best place for Thai in midtown. You won't be disappointed. (maybe other post is a former disgruntled employee or?)
Awful, the world it self sums this dump up. Me and my wife sat for about an hour before getting up to leave, no one said a word. If your looking for good Thai don't go here, they might forget they have seated you. I wouldn't go back if you paid me. They should burn the place down and put a Circle K there it might be more useful.
I tried the Pad Thai dish once for take out. Unresponsive service as I waited 40 mins. Big loads of noodles but no FLAVOR, greasy and ultimately disappointing. I like the interior. I have to try some of the other dishes. I'm willing to go back.
The service was very poor. The servers were unprofessional and ignored the customers while they chit chatted. The food was ok but the portion was ridiculously small. Both of us did not get food and wanted to get a burger on the way home.
This restaurant offers all the standard Thai fare - and does it well - but what sets it apart are the specials. The first time I visited I ordered fried rice in a hollowed out pineapple. I've never had that before, and it was delicious. Subsequent visits have produced many other pleasant surprises. The restaurant is small and can get crowded, but the food is good to excellent. Easy parking.
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