I have visited this restaurant twice. To find a Thai place in such a small town was almost like a miracle, other than big city in Mn, these are almost non-existent.
The first visit was disappointing from the wait time to be served, but the food was good and the apologies were genuine. They were short of wait staff and it was a busy night. I had Thai soup and it was authentic and as spicy as I requested. These are people from Thailand and while they may make some accommodation for the market, it is true to the culture.
The second visit was an all around good experience. I was greeted cordially, seated quickly, served soon, and the Pad Thai was excellent.
The atmosphere is simple and brightly lit, but very clean. The menu is somewhat limited, but enough to satisfy all visitors. The second time I asked for less spice and that is how it arrived.
They do close for a while in the winter to go to Thailand, maybe to see relatives as well as upgrading their food base. I hope they continue to enjoy a good following, the area needs a diversity in menu choices. Please visit and help them succeed.
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