Sleek, inviting interior and good service, but the food was atrocious. I used to eat regularly at the old location (slightly south of the new location) and it was fine. This time I ordered a beef salad, which is supposed to have that lovely mix of lime juice, garlic, lemon grass, fish sauce, pepper flakes, and chopped mint or cilantro. The meat wasn't tender and most of the spices were missing. And the meat certainly wasn't pan-seared as the menu said it would be. It looked boiled.
Even worse was the pat woon sen, a dish of stir-fried glass noodles with vegetables and sometimes an egg stirred in. The vegetables were way overcooked and it was all swimming in grease. But you couldn't even see the veggies and the noodles because a thick peanut sauce had been poured over the entire thing -- definitely not authentic (I lived in Thailand for several years). And the peanut sauce wasn't even very good. Both dishes were inedible. My friend took it home in case her husband would eat it. She said it was even worse heated up.
Maybe there's a better cook on the weekend evenings or during crowded lunch hours, but this was truly awful.
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