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Posted by Anonymous on 10/29/2008
Got there early and service was so attentive and charming... food was good and reasonably priced, even though a recommended snapper dish was very bland. By 6:30 place was packed and servers were not to be seen... gave up on a last drink and paid.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/10/2008
Short and to the point.......good food, bad service. went with a friend on a thursday night. the food was pretty good, but the place was short staffed and we didn't get our menus until 15 minutes after we sat down. go for the food, not the service.
Posted by Good good.. on 09/08/2008
So I decided to try this place because of all the great reviews I read...The mushroom dumplings werent as great as they were hyped up to be...they were a little milky, but definitely tasted the mushrooms. The fake duck salad was not good - I had to send it back and the waiter was extremely nice and offered to switch it for something else. The spicy noodles were great but it didnt have much tofu so I'd suggest to ask for extra. The atmosphere was nice and the service was great. I'd probably go back but order different things.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/15/2008
This is one of my favorite local places it's billed as French-Thai (or maybe Thai-French), but leans more heavily towards the Thai than the French. (Though the person who complained about it not being "authentic" Thai food may have missed the "French" part there is enough French influence that if you're looking for "authentic" Thai, Breeze probably isn't for you.) Everything always comes out delicious, and there are some really inventive choices that are definitely worth trying the mushroom appetizer is a favorite. Compared to purely Thai places, the food here does trend towards the sweeter side rather than the spicier side which I chalk up to the French influence. The decor is modern and clean, and the menus (I think they're in DVD covers and on old 45 records) are just neat. The drink selection is small, but with some excellent choices. Desserts are pretty good - I think they have a fried cheesecake that I like, And the prices are really very low for what you get it's very economical and very good.
Posted by beatrix on 03/11/2008
Breeze's lunch deal can't be beat in this neighborhood. The lunch salad with chicken is delicious with a spicy dressing, and comes with soup. The Thai sandwiches are also great. Excellent value and a lot of food for under $10. Highly recommended.
Posted by Local on 03/10/2008
I used to go here all the time and get Pad Thai, it's pretty good. Then I got the Braised Beef. OMG. Amazing. Had it at the restaurant. I will never get anything else.
Posted by Julie on 02/05/2008
I'm baffled by the bad reviews! If you want absolutely 100% authentic Thai food, go to Thailand and quit complaining! (p.s. I was actually in Thailand a few months ago, and I still have nothing to complain about) My boyfriend and I discovered this gem when Say Cheese was closed for the night. The mushroom w/truffle oil appetizers are amazing, I could eat them all night. As a vegetarian, I find the [select]ion small but extremely satisfying, meaning I can and will continue to have the same dishes because they are DELICIOUS! My recommendations: Mushroom appetizer, fake duck meat salad, butternut squash ravioli w/curry. The dark lights w/candles atmosphere is very warming and cozy, especially during these winter months! The bathroom setup is pretty awesome too! A+