Lannathai has a nice atmosphere, and really good food. I shared the dinner #2 meal with two friends of mine, and there was probably enough food for four people to eat. I particularly enjoyed the dumplings, the shrimp fried rice, and the other shrimp dish (unfortunately I don't remember what it was). Everything I tried was delicious; not necessarily the most incredible food all around, but there were some definite highlights. The food came out fairly quickly, but the service was a little lacking in getting refills. As for the price, it was around $23 per person for the dinner we ordered, but there are cheaper things on the menu. If you order alacarte you can expcet to pay something more along the lines of $15-16, which is fairly reasonable given the quantity and quality of food.
The decor inside is inspired by modern style with clean lines and bright colors. There's a nice fountain in the middle of the restaurant, which I thought was cool. For a friday night, it was not very busy, and I think that's a good thing because it means getting great food fairly easily.
I love going here to meet with my family. It's a little pricey for me, thank goodness for the fam. We get a bunch of appitizers and munch on those. Some of them, I can't find anywere else so it's a real treat.
Anytime I feel like some tasty food and don't feel like hauling all over creation or worrying about if I'll get in, this is the first place I go. I love the food (the Kang Panang is drool-worthy) and the people there are always very nice. I reccommend to all!
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