Submitted Tuesday, September 23, 2008 - 4:34pm [Dine in]
If you want the closest to authentic thai in the suburbs, then this is the place. I have been there a few times and have recommended it to friends who have also loved it.
The food is traditional, the portions are great for sharing a few items. The curries are all delish. The only item I"ve had that I wouldn't try again is the Tod Mun fish cakes, since I found them a bit rubbery last time.
Don't get put off by this place being in a strip mall - once you step inside and start eating, you'll forget where you are!
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Submitted Monday, March 24, 2008 - 11:42am [Dine in]
"A little kitchen, so everything is fresh" - this is what our waitress told us. Ya, right. Do canned olives count as fresh?
The food was very disappointing - we had the prawns gratinee which were baked in artichokes, cheese and a bruschetta mix, including those canned olives. And this brushetta mix must be their specialty because it was topping the scallop risotto as well. Imagine ristto with leftover mushrooms and woody asparagus bottoms topped with raw onions and canned olives. Fresh...hardly.
This was terrifyingly expensive for nothing, except for the wine, but I chose that!
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