Theme based chain has taken up Thai menu for its concept. The selections cover the entire spectrum of street food from egg rolls and soups to noodles and rice.
Each plate is generous, and the pricing is reasonable, making the trip well worth its value. The taste is really not distinctive enough to be called authentic. It is more like a fusion of a Chinese takeout and mall-based diner.
1.Chicken crispy rolls (x2) $4.25. Wrapper was crispy and retained heat well. Worked well with sweet & sour sauce.
2.Steamed dumplings (x7) $6.5. Translucent wrapper did not break but was not too chewy. Bland without the soy sauce.
3. Chicken Pad thai $8.95. Big jumble of green onions, tofu, and rice noodles. Crushed peanuts and lime were left on side of dish to be added at your pace. Julienne carrots completed the visual plating. Satisfying but could use more of the noodles.
4. Sauteed sweet and sour chicken $9.95. Nothing really Thai for this selection but generous size is a good candidate for a takeout option.
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