had been here for both lunches and dinner. its a nice place to hang around with friends and colleagues.
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I flew in here last minute because the Cuban restaurant up the street was closed. This was a complete random find, but all in all, I had a pleasant visit. The food was a notch below average--I've had better meals from street merchants in Thailand...More
Funny restaurant housed in what appears to be the bottom floor of a house. Good was ok to good. Seafood salad was tasty and fresh. Fried fish was tasty as well. Yellow curry was strong and green beans were blah. Service is great. People are...More
Gone are the days when Thai food was inexpensive, but this little lasting neighborhood restaurant has been consistently good. Portions could be larger for the price. Service is OK.
I go to Chao Praya 20 + times per year, mostly for lunch. (But I think the menu is the same for dinner). I pretty much like everything we ever order. A great balance of freshness, spices and flavors. The basil chicken and the spicy...More
This place was never very good, and has gone downhill fast in recent months. I work close by, and we visit this restaurant at lunch often in groups. I've eaten here about ten times in the past 3 years and I know most chicken, vegetarian...More
Not too shabby, stopped in here on a whim to order myself some lunch to take back to eat at the office. I ordered the Pad-See-Ew with Tofu, and it was quite tasty, however it has no spice at all. The guy who took my...More
This restuarant has the best Thai Food on the Peninsula. Phad Thai, the standard test dish for a Thai resturant is great. Lots of creative specials as well. Reallly nice staff.
The pad Thai is really good here. Not the best I've ever had but it's e best I've had in the peninsula. The staff is nice to. They are good at remembering who you are and how you like your order when you call in....More