This established Thai restaurant serves traditional spicy Thai dishes to a happy, desert clientele. The decor itself is spiced with bits and pieces of ... More
This established Thai restaurant serves traditional spicy Thai dishes to a happy, desert clientele. The decor itself is spiced with bits and pieces of Thai art, but the greatest artistry is in the kitchen. An early-bird dinner special runs every evening, offering a selection of dishes and includes soup or salad. The Red Mountain Shrimp is a fiery combination of shrimp with vegetables in a special sauce. Regular entree and chef's seafood specials are very reasonably priced.
Today is the first day I was very disappointed in this restaurant!!! Anna the cashier was very rude and I always order the yellow curry soup it was horrible today!!!! I don t know if ill go there again!!!
I live in Los Angeles & this restaurant was suggested by a friend who lives in Palm Springs. I thought the food was AMAZING! Good Thai food in Los Angeles is impossible to find so I am happy to know this is only 2 hours away. Prices were right on & the staff was very attentive.
The service here is terrible. They won't seat you in a booth even if the restaurant is empty, the food portions at lunch are so small now you need a magnifying glass. The service has attitude, and the thai lady owner behind the counter - is always just busy counting her receipts and her money. I complained to her how bad the service was, and she didn't care. Being a Palm Springs local I will never eat there again. Plus I am tired of them raising the prices and making the portions smaller and smaller. Now they dropped the egg roll off the lunch menu. If you are going by yourself or with one other person forget about sitting at the booth. They will seat you in the crappy tables in the middle. I had to ask for water all the time, they never came around until they gave you the check. Don't go here awful!
I am really surprised at some of the reviews here. I actually am from Los Angeles and went down to Palm Springs for the weekend. Myself and my wife both enjoyed the fried rice and the red curry dishes. We also had spring rolls for starters and that was awesome too. It is ofcourse not possible for every dish to be good in every restaurant..so try these dishes and you should enjoy your lunch or dinner.
We just finished eating from Thai Smile. We found it to be extremely disappointing. I ordered the Pad Thai and it tasted very deep fried, ovewhelmed by a taste similar to Chinese chicken balls. My partner had the vegetable soup and she isn't going to even finish it. The broth tastes like Campbell's soup and the vegetables seem like they are from a can.
We are just visiting the area and we quite unimpressed with this very unathentic tasting Thai. This is probably the poorest Thai food I have ever tasted.
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