We were excited to take our mother to eat for a special occasion. She is 85, but she knows and loves her Thai food. We have eaten Thai Food all over the world, and although she enjoyed the meal enough, it was not nearly as good as some of the other Thai places in Utah Valley. We were disappointed overall, that the portions were so small for the price. The server also had a hard time understanding or clarifying our order. She was nice, however.
The Menu was quite extensive with a Japanese section. We ordered 4 dishes, and liked them, but there was no meat in them, and they were cut in half to make up 4 pieces. We are used to getting 4 separate Spring Rolls with either chicken or Shrimp in them (for the same price). Some of the sauces were flat, and I wished there were more vegetables in the Pahd Thai. When we asked for a few more bean sprouts for the noodles, the server said there were some already cooked into the dish and that they could not get any more. There were too few for us.
The one bright spot was having real pineapple in the yellow curry (not canned), but the curry would have been better with more vegetables and sweetness of the pineapple in the curry sauce.
I would go back for the Lunch Buffet, because there are so few places where you can enjoy Thai food in a buffet, and it would be a nicer value, especially when Thai food is so healthy and light. We wish the best for this restaurant, in spite of hoping for better values here.
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