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Posted by KDBistro on 07/30/2012
Thai has always been one of my favorite cuisines but as it has grown in popularity I have noticed a significant decline in the quality of the food within the average restaurant. The quality of OBAO’s food was excellent and the extra effort put into their food was noticed and appreciated. I ordered the Pad Kee Maow which, for those who are not familiar, is an excellent alternative to the more popular Pad Thai. Grilled chicken substituted for the more common blanched chicken medallions at other restaurants. The noodles were well tossed in a delicious sauce which tasted more authentic and less like a corn syrup concoction. The dish cost $11 which is slightly above the typical Thai lunch special price but for a significantly better dish the small difference is well worth it. This is a lunch take out spot so don’t come here with the mentality of sitting down but if you are lucky you may be able to grab a bar stool positioned by a large window which makes for great people watching.
Posted by AsianGirl1778 on 05/17/2012
This time they filled my container with less broth, which is smarter than the last time. I guess they are reading these reviews. Less broth did not affect the "quantity" of the food. I was still full from it.
Posted by AsianGirl1778 on 05/10/2012
4.0 for food quality bc its pretty close to the authentic #1 or House Pho you get from a Viet place. Missing a few items like the tripes & tendons. 1.0 for atmosphere bc there no real seating. 2 window full of stools & bar style table. 2.0 for value bc its quite expensive but look where we are. 4.5 for service bc the ppl are very friendly & smiles. The order was pretty quick. It was a walk-in take out order. Oh & could really use a bigger container. After putting all the ingredients in the soup overflowed.