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The food I tried (Massaman curry with tofu) was very salty and the serving size was tiny for their price.
A disappointment was the staff, they did not show a lot of understanding when one of my friend has a food restriction and we inquired...More
My child and I visited Amherst College and stayed in The Lord Jeffery Inn in July. We strolled on the street of Amherst and found this Thai restaurant. The food was nice, the service was excellent as well and we had a good meal after...More
The menu is a good size and the fare is perfect for a lighter dinner. The various curries have great flavor, and the service is friendly and fast. As it is not one of the more famous Amherst spots, it also won’t get ridiculously crowded....More
It's easy to find something for everyone on the menu. I ordered a spicy dish and it had the perfect amount of heat. Our food came out super fast, and it was a busy Friday night, with students coming back to school. Clean, updated interior...More
Had lunch on a Sunday. It was uncrowded and the Panang curry was very good - perhaps a little salty. The dishes were nicely presented and the service was excellent. Prices were reasonable. Wholeheartedly recommended.
I've had most things on the menu and have never been disappointed.
Standouts are the Tod Mun (ground chicken patties with herbs in a sweet/hot dipping sauce), the Tom Kar Gai (cocoanut chicken soup with lemon grass), Tom Sum (grated green papaya salad wth a...More
My wife and I were looking for a place to eat before going to a movie and thought The Taste of Thai sounded like what we were looking for. I had one of the noodle dishes and my wife had one of the curries. They...More