Though located just two blocks from one of the largest tourist convergences, this area tends to quiet down a bit in the evenings. Standard Thai ... More
Spice & Rice Thai Kitchen
Though located just two blocks from one of the largest tourist convergences, this area tends to quiet down a bit in the evenings. Standard Thai entrees such as Pad Thai, Satay, Curry and Glazed Duck are on the menu. House specialties known as Gold Bags are also served, consisting of minced pork, herbs and vegetables wrapped in rice paper. You can also choose Gold Bags that contain roast duck or spicy calamari. If you want a romantic atmosphere, be sure to reserve one of the tables out on the front covered patio.
spice and rice has some of the best chicken fried rice ever,however; the last time i was there after many trips i got food poisoning i believe from the chicken in the fried rice. its a shame because i love that place but after knowing that was the only thing i ate that day thank you spice and rice for making me convulse out of both ends. dont leave the chicken out!!!! im still mending my butthole together, thanks again.
There were 7 of us in our party. I ordered a salmon salad, non spicey. The food arrived, except mine. I waited and waited and waited. No food. Everyone else was just about finished! I got the waitress and asked where my food was. She said Oh, what did you order??? (like she had NO idea). I told her. She left. Still no food. Waited and waited. By this time all my party had finished their meal. The food finally came - this was about 1 hour after the initial order. I then asked for it to be put into a take out box to take back to my hotel. We did NOT leave a tip. Upon finally beginning to eat my food back at the hotel I found out that although it was salmon salad as ordered - it was spicey!!!! Never again.
I had the spicy seafood basil curry, sered in a cocoanut - it was fantastic. The best scallops I have ever head were in this curry dish. My wife had the cashew nut chicken. It was very fresh and had a very tasty and slightly different peanut/cashew broth. My water glass was never empty (that's importnat to me) and the food was piping hot. It's a bit of a hole in the wall restaurant, but well worth the visit if you like Thai food.
An inept gift certificate policy, left us with an unusable $50 gift certificate, a bill for dinner, and insolent treatment by management. Although their food is decent I refuse to patronize any restaraunt that treats their customers with such extreme disrespect. If you must eat there, fine, but never buy a gift certificate, as they may not be honored.