The Thai ribs, to be more exact. Or the Thai shrimp. With grits. And sweet potatoes.
Only thing is, with so much butter used in the food, a little goes a long way. But what you take home still tastes pretty good the next day, too.
This place is always crowded, and you're likely going to have a little wait, but service is good and efficient, and you won't be rushed once you are seated.
As with many restaurants today, there is a noise factor here, so your conversations will be a little strained.
Good for lunch as well as dinner.
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