This is a great spot for lunch - and dinner I'm sure. It's a popular spot for business lunches and the food is good and quick. Looks like a nice bar too.
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This is not Thai food. I eat Thai food very frequently in many locations. I ordered Coconut Fried Rice. Here's their description: Coconut flavored rice stir-fried with shrimp and chicken, egg, peas, carrots, sliced cucumbers and scallions-cilantro. It was mostly rice. Hardly any of the ingredients listed. One piece of egg about the size of a dime. Two tiny shrimp.... More
Fairly good food. Nice ambience. Excellent Margarita. The garlic pork was full of garlic, laid on a bed of lettuce. Would have preferred some vegetables to balance the meat. Not bad. My dinner partner enjoyed the seafood pik pow. It was full of tasty seafood and vegetables tossed in a slightly sweet light sauce. It was really good! We split... More
we enjoy eating here, they have a great menu with lots of choices even wings and dumplings for the kids. everything is reasonably priced and freshly cooked, always hot. got to love the curry. may you have tight lines wherever you may travel.
We wanted to have some Thai food and were pleasantly surprised. There were many good selections on the menu. I had massamun curry which I thought was very good. Tip: if you want spicy you'll need to ask - most dishes came out mildly spiced.
Have business in Warwick once or twice a year. Went here for a business dinner to try something new. Pro's: 1. Service was very friendly. Brittany was most attentive. 2. Reasonable prices. 3. Food tasted fresh. Con's: 1. A bit timid or bland for Thai. Pretty average. 2. Tried the Buddah Beer--had "chunks" (not beer sediment). Kindly refunded, and admittedly... More
Admittedly, my partner and I are foodies. Among ethnic cuisines, Thai is a favorite. The Warwick area boasts at least 4 Thai restaurants, and Thai Excursion scored favorably on Trip Advisor and among local media. Shame on us for not noticing how old those media reviews were. Duck curry featured duck that was breaded - mushy, not crispy - and... More
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