My brother and I were enticed by the restaurant's menu, so we decided to give it a try. However, our initial impressions of the place were mixed. The atmosphere upon entering the restaurant wasn't particularly welcoming, and we found ourselves waiting for at least 5 minutes before someone emerged from the kitchen to seat us. As we perused the menu, we decided to start with the tom yum soup with tofu. Unfortunately, the soup tasted a bit fishier than we'd anticipated. Moving on, we tried the chicken satay. While the chicken on its own lacked flavor, it came to life when paired with the peanut sauce. However, the shining star of our meal was undoubtedly the pineapple fried rice with tofu. Its delightful blend of flavors and textures made it the highlight of our dining experience. Despite the mixed start, I'd be willing to return to this restaurant, primarily for that scrumptious pineapple fried rice, and maybe explore a few other items on their menu.
We stopped in for an early lunch and were the first to be seated. Our host was very friendly and kind - the food was served super fast and was delicious! The inside of the restaurant has some decor but it abut outdated - doesn't really matter though as the food was delicious and reasonably priced.
I did orde my shrimp pa thai and cocunut soup, the pa thai was a mix of all kind of noodles look like the save those the people dont eat and mix it, my soup supost to have mushroom in but nothing just onions tomatoes and that all
The best Thai food I’ve had in recent memory! Green and red curries, each of the wide rice noodle dishes… truly delicious. It’s worth driving an hour for me to have dinner or lunch here. Consistently very good.
I ordered their pad eggplant krapaw and couldn't justify a second bite. They ignored my request for spicy, and without it, it tasted like a pool of water and sugar with 2 drops of soy sauce. I ordered with my family, and I was not impressed with anything else. Pad thai looked off white, and I don't know how that's even possible. Too much sauce was used in the fried rice, resulting in an overcooked, mushy mess.
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