We have been looking for a King and I replacement for a few months now and decided to go to True Thai with extended family for a Saturday night dinner. We called ahead to let them know we were coming and expected to arrive within 15 minutes, they were very accomodating and we only had to wait a few minutes for our table to be ready. The server was busy but nice and took a bit to get our drink orders and she took our appetizer orders soon after. We all ordered the same beer Singha and none of the beers came with a glass or were in cold bottles expect mine, lucky me! So when we were ready to order our next round the server checked and said they didn't have any more cold Singha's, so we had to order something different. Odd that a Thai place can't keep thai beer cold... We had our appetizers come shortly after ordering, they were ok, nothing awesome. One of the appetizers didn't arrive and we had to remind the server that it was ordered. I ordered the special appetizer of ham and shrimp, which was a let down. The sauce was flavorless and the appetizer was your standard deep fried fare. I heard the cream cheese wontons were good, but did not try them. When dinner came, we each had our own entree's but no rice was served. We waited until the server came back and asked for some. Most of us ordered the dishes the Thai hot level of spiciness and were happy with that. I had the Weeping Warrior which is stirfried pork with peppers. It could of used more pork and less peppers, but was good and spicy and had good flavor. My husband ordered beef with peppercorns and he really liked it. He brought home leftovers and was happy to eat them the next day. We all agreed it was not our favorite Thai place, but not bad either. No major flaws, but not a 4 or 5 star experience.
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