My wife and I tried this place several weeks ago based on the reviews.
We each ordered a Chicken based entree recommended by the waitress.
Before the entree was served, we were brought a bowl of some kind of soup. It
had the look and consistency of dishwater. I have eaten similar styled soups at
two local buffets (egg drop and spicy) and this was not nearly as good. Way too salty
and was barely warm. Our Chicken entree arrived and, it looked ok, but was way
too salty. We are both in our 60's, so we do not normally require large portions. However,
for the price, I thought the size was smallish. There could not have possibly been more
than two or three tablespoons of chicken on each of our plates. Perhaps they were running
low on chicken? I would expect that for the prices (lunch) their quality and quantity would
have been much better. We are from Dallas, and I doubt this restaurant would last 3 months
with the competition either in Dallas or Ft Worth. The facility was clean and the wait person
was friendly and nice (we tipped her well). But the facility (with gravel parking) would be much
more adapted to a mexican restaurant. The remodeling inside the restaurant appeared to
be done by owners and was not nearly as good as what it could have looked like. I have been to several "mom and pop" restaurants that paid more attention to the furnishings and decor. It just appeared to me that every corner that could be cut, was. Normally, I give a new restaurant at least one more shot, but not this time. The only thing I can't figure out is why our experience didn't seem to match what most of the other reviewers say. I guess it could be that since this is the only Thai restaurant in town, it seems really good? But, they do seem to have a large following who thinks differently than we do. My advice..... try it and see if my experience was just a fluke.
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