My husband and I were VERY DISAPPOINTED by this Thai place. We are from Seattle and have been to our share of Thai places ranging from hole in the wall places to really upscale. We went in with medium expectations since there were great reviews on this site and our hotel manager said it was an ok place to go. I ordered Phad Thai and my husband ordered pineapple scrimp fried rice which we thought were safe orders. Also we ordered Thai Ice Teas and an appetizer. We arrived at 6pm on a Saturday night and it was not busy so we thought, perfect we will be eating in no time since Thai restaurants are usually pretty quick. We sat outside on the covered deck area. Our order was taken pretty quickly by a friendly waiter. The Thai Ice Teas and appetizer came about 30 minutes later which we thought was a a bit long, but ok. Then 30 minutes later my husband's fried rice came which was a long wait for fried rice. It was in a really heavy yellow sauce and was really really unappetizing looking and it tasted terrible. We waited another 15 minutes and my Phad Thai never came....they had totally forgotten about it. They quickly made it, but when it came out it was a bright orangey red color and the noodles were really chewy because they were under cooked. It tasted like sweet and sour ketchup sauce. I have had a lot of Phad Thai's in my life and this was by far the worst plate I have ever had. I took a couple of bites, but it was so gross I had to leave it. My husband could only eat about 1/3 of his dish. He has also had many fried rice dishes in his life and this was by far the worst. That was $40 wasted. Other people came and waited in the outdoor seating and never got waited on. The people sitting around us had really slow service too. Since we were just visiting, I don't know if it was just an off night or what. We should have gone to Seeds which was our other place we were deciding between!
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