Submitted Monday, August 10, 2009 - 3:20pm [Dine in]
I was looking for a restaurant to go to in this area and fancied Thai, so after reading the other couple of reviews I decided to visit with 2 others. So glad we did!! From the outside it doesn't look like much at all, but we were greeted as soon as we walked through the door and could choose where we wanted to sit. There was lots of choice on the menu and some good value combos, one of which I had. Prices were very reasonable and perfect portion sizes. The satay chicken was amazing and I loved the yellow curry sauce. My partner had the pad thai (N1) which she said was excellent. Our friend is a total foodie and was very impressed. Coconut rice was really flavorful. I visited again with my family yesterday and tried the pad thai which had a lovely spicy sauce and lots of shrimp and chopped peanuts - yum!! 5 of us ate for $45 - what a bargain! Check it out.
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Submitted Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - 5:23pm [Dine in]
I went to the Naam with my vegetarian partner who found it a refreshing change opening a menu and not having to skip over most items to find the two or three veggie things on there! In fact, for the first time we have eaten out, she took longer to decide what to eat than I did! There is a lot of variety to suit your mood - burgers, tofudogs, Mexican, Thai, traditional appys with a twist, salads, soup, light bites and more. Prices pretty decent too, and excellent portion sizes, we both took leftovers! My dish could have had more flavour, teriyaki sauce a bit boring. Lots of people mentioned wait time, ours was around 20mins, but young boy kept our water glasses filled up so we weren't complaining, plus at least that means the food is freshly cooked not microwaved! Will definitely visit again.
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