I ate at the Thai Village last night. I had a hard time deciding what to order, because I keep hoping to find spicy noodles that don't have eggs. I'd be willing to try someone else's order, but I'd hate to order a whole dish and not be able to eat it (I dislike eggs to the point of gagging). I hadn't remembered the advice about the Masaman curry, so I ended up ordering the Beef Waterfall Salad with some cream cheese wontons (which I know aren't probably authentic Thai). The salad was amazing. It was just the right level of heat for me, as it was painful at times, but not to the point that I couldn't eat it. And it wasn't just hot! I've gotten frustrated with hot food lately, in that a lot of it seems to just be hot and have no other flavor. The flavor of this dressing was complex and exquisite. The heat only added to the flavor, rather than dominating. The lettuce seemed very fresh and the cucumbers were great. I usually dislike raw onions in salads (this had red onions), but they did not bother me too much in this, although I did not eat all of the onions. Overall, this was a great salad, and I'd highly recommend it. The cream cheese wontons were interesting, too. They had cabbage or lettuce or something inside them in addition to the cream cheese. The flavor was interesting as well. I think I would have to have them more often to decide how much I really liked them, and unfortunately, I do not live in Provo and probably won't return in the near future to find out. The only downside was the service. While it wasn't bad, it wasn't great, either. My waitress seemed to not want to be there, and was frowning a lot of the time. She really only did what was necessary, although she was prompt and efficient.
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