We had heard some positive comments about this place and are happy to say that Soy House exceeded those positive comments on the street.
The food here is slightly different than typical Asian/Thai/Vietnamese places locally. Notably the peanut sauce is mild, flavorful and not so much like peanut butter blended with other stuff. So many peanut sauces are heavily toward peanut butter since it's obviously used as the base. No so here. Yes you can taste the peanut, but it is subtle and married with other spices. At first I wasn't pleased as It wasn't what I was expecting from peanut sauce, having become "accustomed" to every other peanut sauce I'd experienced. But it quickly became evident that Soy Houses peanut sauce was much more flavorful on several dimensions.
I had the Hu Tieu, which was a noodle soup, with a choice of egg and/or rice noodles with BBQ'd and ground pork. Lots of noodles and I like that I choose the noodles. The broth was mild and a little light on the salt---that's not a bad thing as I can always add, but cannot subtract. The addition of some Hoisin sauce was all that it needed. I'd have liked a little more meat, but I wouldn't call the serving skimpy.
The fried rice was also different than what you typically expect in Asian/Thia eateries, with more veggies and some you don't usually see like green beans and corn. It was slightly sweet, but very tasty and the leftovers intended for the next day's lunch didn't make it past the midnight snack at our house.
We had the banana bread pudding for desert. This was very good, but the portion was pretty small.
We intend to return to Soy house often. Parking is easy, staff is friendly and food and prices set well with us. Oh they also have some GREAT wines on their short wine list.
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