I used to be a frequent customer of Pad Thai. I would go at least once a week. Now I would not recommend to anyone. If there is more than one person at your table the food never comes at the same time. I waited 10 minutes for my entree after they had served my guest. Not only that but the food (seafood) was way over cooked. When I brought it to the attention of the waitress she said she would she what they could do for me. You know what that was NOTHING!! I will never patronize this establishment again.
There is no getting around the fact the restaurant has no ambiance- its an old place in an old building, and the occasional roach comes with the building (I used to be in pest control so am well acquainted with the problems in old buildings) and is probably not a reflection on the food, but there is also no getting around the fact that the place has some of the best Thai food I've ever eaten (and definitely the hottest) and I've had Thai food in a number of places from the east coast to the west.
I understand it did change ownership recently, so hopefully the food won't suffer.
Its a small little restaurant- but they have a good amount of choices, ive had two or three different choices and they are all pretty good. The food came fast enough. The Pad Thai had ok flavor, it could have had more- then again, it thankfully didn't have a fishy/seafood-y taste. Overall the quality for Woodland was good.
God, they really need to redecorate and I'm usually not that picky. The atmosphere was a let down right away. Bathroom was a turn off. The people were friendly, but prices are somewhat high for what you get. My husband thought his and my dish was to salty. Not enough chicken in my dish and way to much eggplant. Overall a bit disappointed :(
We're going to try the other one in town and see how we like that compared to this place.
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