The chicken pad Thai smelled like dog.. it was weird. The drunken noodles were good. I would give it another shot.
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Excellent Thai food. I had a calamari appetizer and a mixed seafood plate that I asked for and both were perfect. Nice outdoor seating is an option. Parking area is too small but parking on the side street is an easy option.
Each person in our group preferred a different level of "heat" (spice), and this restaurant offers five levels. So we all got a dish that we loved!
Wanted to try this out, so got some food to go once and ate in once. Very small portions. A bit pricey for the area. Food was good. Service was short and to the point.
I stopped here on a whim while heading out of town and got their basic Pad Thai to go. Inside it was rundown and felt dirty. I walked into the deserted dining area to await my food and found an employee sleeping, her head down...More
Saw this place on tripadviser and sooo glad we did.... From the outside it looks like a dump, inside and patio area not much better ,,,, that said, the Food is great, We had a bunch of dishes and soup for 2,,, eyes bigger than...More
The Pad Thai was good enough but no beer, wine or sake. If you go, eat outside the interior is pretty worn and makes you wonder about the kitchen. I've eaten in some great Thai and Vietnamese and sorry but this doesn't cut the soy...More
I only tried Pad Thai because of reviews and let me say I'm glad I did. It's a small joint but the food is simply delicious and plenty. I have tried the pineapple fried rice, and one of the noodle dishes. My friends have ordered...More
Hubby eats there every other day - says it reminds him of Thailand. I order the #13 (?pineapple fried rice) mild/medium - I don't do "hot" and mild/medium is about all I can take. BUT mild is too mild - doesn't have the flavor &...More