I live in Carmel Valley for about eight years now, and always avoided this restaurants for unknown reasons. Maybe because I have not had good experiences before. Yesterday (Tuesday) we realized at 8PM, that we had no food at home and we were hungry. We drove to the village, but non of the places were open, that we liked. The small Thai Village was lit, so we stepped in.
It is a small but warm and inviting place. The lady with accent was kind and even though it was late, she told us she will cook for us.
My boyfriend is allergic to curry, but the menu had many items without curry. I ended up having the chicken noodle soup, that was full of fresh vegetables, white chicken meat and rice noodles. The broth was very rich of flavor, but not overly salty. A huge bowl of soup for $10. My boyfriend had the Thai BBQ chicken, that was crisp and tasty. It came with veggies and rice, plus salad, soup and coconut ice cream... all that for $15.
We loved it so much, will come back for sure .
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