We came here on a Sunday night with three family members who were visiting from out of state. We had a late lunch so weren't ready for dinner until 8. Then we had to drive around looking for some place that didn't have a line outside.
This restaurant had only two other tables occupied. Our waiter was pleasant but seemed confused when asked questions.The menu seemed odd: an amalgam of Chinese and Thai with sushi thrown in. The main advantage was the quiet unrushed atmosphere. We were able to have a good conversation without noise in the background.
Maybe the cook was off that night. As my husband said, "the food wasn't fresh". I had eggplant with tofu and the tofu was dried out while the eggplant was tough. There were several flavors mixed in the sauce, not all pleasant. Everyone else said they liked their meals.One person had Pad Thai with a pinkish sauce....different but she liked it although she needed more heat.. Her daughter ate every last bit of her meal.
The Thai coffee was excellent and everyone said they liked the won-ton soup which they had for an appetizer.. They also had crispy spring rolls.which everyone seemed to like.
I'm trying to be fair because, as my husband said, "Don't write a bad review, I feel sorry for them, maybe they are struggling". So maybe we'll go back some other night and see if this was just an off night..
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