Wasn't sure because of reviews but food was very good, fresh and the service was really good..we were very satisfied
On friday night, they had just one waitress, so it was chaos... we had to wait more than an hour to get our order ... we knew that they gave our order to someone else before we got it... overall bad experience avg taste
The 4 of us had dinner here our first night in Mt. Shasta. We were alerted that because everything dish is made to order, the kitchen output can be slow. Knowing that ahead of time, you should not be disappointed. It is one of the fee options for dining on Sunday nights and hosted a wide spectrum of clients. Try... More
Waited 20 mins to be seated then the same again to be served the staff were trying their best but not enough servers or cooks food was good with large portions but pricey $18 for pineapple fried rice. Go early or late but avoid 7pm on Saturdays
The food was great, as was the service. Sherry had a curry while I had a pork stir-fry. We sampled each others and enjoyed them both.
I had the green curry, with chicken, Hot. Good to almost very good, although the chicken was a little overcooked. The hotness was about right. Glad I didn't go up one more level to Thai Hot. Waitress was slow and sort of meandered around. Both me and the adjoining table spent quite a bit of time shooing flies away -... More
The restaurant is a small town venture with a small kitchen; e.g. there is an interesting sounding white wine by the glass on the menu that I ordered but hadn't been available "for months". It was recommended to us that we call in our order ahead and let them know when we are arriving to avoid a long wait between... More
We were a party of five adults and a baby. We were here over Labor Day weekend. When we got there the place was just starting to get full they sat us down and gave us waters. 10 minutes later we had to ask for menus... Maybe that should have been a clue. When we finally ordered it took our... More
Andaman has some dishes we have not seen elsewhere. We particularly enjoyed the basil duck. We were able to stretch one take-out meal (two main dishes and rice for two people) over two nights because the portions were so generous.
Nice Thai food and done well. Sloppy service by Shasta hippie girls who could use some focus and communication skills, but they're endearing enough and after all, you're on vacation. We had a very good dinner and decided to visit the following evening, before we had to leave town. The restaurant opens at 5 and closes (stops seating) at 8pm.... More
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