I have been to this place twice, first time they had just opened and it was not bad. Went last night and it was probably some of the worst food I have ever eaten. The chicken was over cooked in my Phad Thai, (boiled) hard as shoe leather and tasted so bad I pushed it aside. Had to send the overpriced soup back to as it to had chicken in it and the taste just overwhelmed the broth. The Tofu curry was horrible, overcooked and again way to hard. I suspect the food is prepared ahead of time and popped into a microwave, as this is the only cooking method I know of that would change the texture of food so drastically. The portions are painfully small and exteremely over priced ($5.67 for a bowl of soup). Shame on this place! There seems to be a new Thai restaurant on every corner lately, this place is no exception. Don't waiste your time or money got to Mint Cafe or Lemmon Grass instead.
If you're craving something Thai, but looking for different flavors, then try My Thai.
It's ethnic Thai cuisine- spring rolls, dumplings, fried rice and noodle dishes-but with an added twist of spices and sweet sauces. I enjoyed a simple, yet fun evening for the first time with my boyfriend at My Thai last night and walked away feeling happy and satisfied. Friendly staff and owner, great service, and the food was tasty.
I reccommend the spring rolls, Raad Na(meat stir-fried with broccoli in black bean gravy on a bed of soft rice noodle)and the coconut ice cream.
I am a critic when it comes to Asian and Thai food, but I have nothing to criticize here. I would definitely reccommend this place and I look forward to going back. And to top it off, the prices were great and reasonable.