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Posted by Anonymous on 11/05/2006
Excuse 1. The Pad Thai. For $8, it's enough to feed two adults, and still has generous portions of shrimp. Excuse 2. Thai Basil. Just try it. Excuse 3. It's at our door in 10 minutes.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/04/2006
My friends and I were surprised to read such low and high evaluations of this restaurant. What's the big deal? It's completely mediocre. The lunch box does offer a pretty good value, though.
Posted by mav on 05/08/2006
I really enjoyed the tom yum soup, always effective in fighting off a cold, and the curry puffs were delicious with their cucumber dipping sauce. I would recommend it for delivery.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2005
The food here was not very authentic, and it did not taste like the traditional pad thai I am used to. The spring rolls were decent. I wouldn't go back, I was just unimpressed.
Posted by Chayanin on 07/16/2005
I had tried this restaurant 5 times before I made this statement. It meant that I had already gave this restaurant chances to improve! Food quality is poor, portions getting smaller each time. Not the real authentic Thai taste! I tried because it is close to my aparment, but I will not order again.
Posted by George on 06/12/2005
I really like this place. All waitresses speak Thai (not that I do, but it's a sign of authenticity). Dishes generally contain lots of vegetables and are pleasantly seasoned. For a few months now they have specials, of which I particularly like the salmon. It is prepared in a very unconventional way.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/16/2005
I read the other reviews about the stale tasting wraps on the fresh rolls and bad delivery, etc., but decided to give this place a try despite. I was thoroughly disappointed. The food (fresh rolls, crab cakes, mango salad and shrimp curry) were mediocre at best and some were just bad. I would never order from this restaurant again. Nothing like the Thai food I was expecting.