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Posted by rohit on 01/01/2006
This place is nice, cozy, but comfort is OK! But for their menu prices I think it is excellent (can't ask for too much comfort when you pay only $8.5 for shrimp drunken noodles!). Bar is also good with a nice collection of wine and beers- try their Thai beer "singha", it's kinda strong but excellent with spicy+hot food. Only thing which was a Negative was that the waitress was eager to clean up the table while we were not done yet. But our new years 2006 dinner went Greeat!
Posted by Gil on 12/21/2005
We love Thai food, and this place is where to go when you want something besides green or red curry and basil chicken. Only drawback is that it is a little crowded. Front table with weird bench chairs is actually very comfortable, except for cold breeze from doorway.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/15/2005
Delicious pad-siew, chicken satay nid spring rolls and shrimp dumplings...the corn fritters are kinda bland and the service is slow; otherwise, galanga is great!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2005
Amazing Thai food in a cozy atmosphere and friendly staff.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2005
I love their drunken noodles here but that pad thai is only ok. Got the chicken pad thai and there were only like 2 little pieces of chicken in it. Good place but remember THEY ONLY TAKE CASH!
Posted by mondaybox on 10/05/2005
Try the shrimp in a clay pot ... you don't see it many places ,and they do it really well. It gets its heat from a handfull of black peppercorns. I am also addicted to their pork chop, which is their version of moo yang.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/27/2005
I'm always on the hunt for good Thai and all though I've tried so many places I still like this one best. My boyfriend and I love the panang curry, drunken noodles and chiangmai curry noodles. The papaya salad and tom yum/tom kha soups are also good. It's never over-crowded or too loud, so it's a nice spot for a casual dinner.