The place was dead. It's amazing it's survived this long. We were the only table so it you ever want to impress someone by saying you've "rented it out for a private party" ... this is the place! The food took forever to arrive and when it did, the portion was limited. Don't get me wrong, it was decent thai food but there was more gravy/sauce than the food itself. We split the Thai Connection where, there's a mix of red & green peppers, some onions and mushroom, and 2 pieces of chicken, shrimp, squid, and beef. I was amazed I found the squid in the dish! SKIMPY! As dead as it was, they should have filled the entrees since I bet we were their only table all week. I don't plan to return but it was worth a try.
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