I've eaten here several times and had several different dishes. Overall, I tend to agree with other reviewers that the food tends to be more Chinese than Thai. The vegetables are always fresh and crispy. The sauces no matter what the name seem to be the same, a brown style sauce. Not bad, Not great. They do have curries, which I've only tried one time and really didn't like compared to other Thai restaurants I've dined at. At the start of the meal they do serve a small complimentary green salad with a very nice dressing that no one at our table could quite pin down a name on. Must be house made. It's very light & creamy. They also serve a complimentary bowl of broth with a few rice noodles thrown in. The broth is rather bland in my opinion. It lacks that freshness of other broth I've been served at Thai restaurants with a hint of lemongrass or other fresh herbs. On a positive note, the atmosphere is very relaxing with dark wood oriental carvings, soft music, and a nice retreat from the hustle & bustle of the other main street restaurants. Except for the food is just average.
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