To celebrate a family birthday, we searched for a Thai restaurant near our new home. Recently arrived from out-of-state, we did not know there would be such a wonderful option so nearby. For just under $70 (including a 25% tip), four of us had a wonderful, flavorful meal, and experienced very good service. We ordered the Drunken Noodles, which were zing-y wide rice noodles. The green curry and the penang curry were spicy enough to keep it interesting but not enough to scare away those with a fainter palate. Finally, our vegetarian teenager cleared his plate of pad puk, tofu and veggies stir-fried in garlic and oyster sauce. My husband and I each enjoyed a Singha, which is the best accompaniment for Thai food. Next time around we would like to try the pad thai (which is, reportedly, so good it will ruin our expectations for pad thais in the future...) and pad see iew, another vegetarian staple. The only reason I have withheld a star in this rating is because we had a 15-20 minute wait for a table, but nobody came to ask us how many in our party, or to let us know the approximate wait. It felt awkward. But since none of the other guests in line appeared to be bothered by this, we chalk it up to being newcomers, and will remember in the future that we will be seated as tables are cleared, and that very attentive, courteous service awaits.
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