This is a nice place to stop for Thai food.
Most of the sauces are excellent, and they will spice it up for you if you ask beforehand. It's also one of the few Thai places that haven't been "Chinesified" and "Americanized" too much. Plus for that!
They also have a lunch menu, and serve lunch fast enough that it's usable for lunch during work days.
However, there are a couple of negatives:
- The staff. Especially the older woman who works there seems like she doesn't care about customers one bit. No smile is ever returned. Food is dumped on the table, and she turns her back on you while you talk, leaving you talking to her butt. Not nice, and certainly not what you expect from "the friendliest people on Earth".
- Food freshness. Yes, vegetables are fresh. Fish and shrimp, on the other hand, can be rather past the "best by" date. I'm sure part of this is due to fish not being a big hit with New England diners, but if you can't serve it fresh, don't serve it. Period.
- Drinks: Their "juices" aren't juices. Expect Minute Maid or similar poured from a plastic bottle and overly sweetened, not freshly squeezed. Go for the tea instead.
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