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"During a past visit to Denver, family members stopped in here and recommended we give it a try on our time in Denver. We didn't have a lot of details about what to expect. Surprised to find such a huge Mexican restaurant in a strip mall. The place is about 10 times larger than any 'mom and pop'..." Mexican places we'd been in the past. The menu shows an 'all-you-can-eat' special, along with some of the more typical entrées...and a couple of 'gringo' meals. When we got to the main dining room, we saw all the entertainment venues (diving pond, game room, etc., etc.). The waitress stated that the restaurant could accommodate up to 900 patrons at one time. As I said, it was huge.
Food was OK...nothing special but not all that bad either. Cost was about 20% more than a traditional Mexican restaurant, but, I guess, goes to cover the cost of the entertainment.
We found our visit very satisfactory but we probably wouldn't make a return trip. This is one of those places you go "just...
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"This place is an adorable hole-in-the-wall restaurant owned and operated by a Thai couple. I've only had the opportunity to meet the gentleman owner, who is exceedingly sweet and attentive. The food here is consistently amazing. The Pad Thai is flavorful and delicious, and both the veggie salad and ..."green papaya salad are amazing. I've tried all of the curries on the menu with the Massaman and Panang being the best. I don't care for the one that lacks coconut milk, though the name escapes me. The chicken satay and spring rolls are also wonderful. We typically order our meals "hot" and the papaya salad "medium," which results in the perfect amount of spice. We've never dared order the "thai hot," though! Their fried banana dessert is nice too, but it's better for sharing since it is quite sweet. This place has the most consistently delicious Thai food, which is why we visit it weekly. Be warned, though--once you've had their food, you'll never enjoy your old favorite Thai restaurants aga...
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