First of all, I want to point out that I LOVE Thai food! My boyfriend is Thai, so I've had my share of both authentic and American Thai cuisine.
I really wanted to give this place at least a 4/5 rating, but I can't bring myself to do it. The service was extremely slow even though there were only 2 other tables being served at the time. Also, we were being served by a young female who had a very unpleasant attitude. She never smiled and gave one of those "ugh" looks at a small request for an extra glass of water. Toward the end of our meal our waitress and the young lady serving our food sat down at one of the tables to chat after which it was quite awhile before anyone came to check on us, notice that we had long ago finished our meal and that our drinks were empty.
The calamari appetizer I ordered was tasty, but very heavily oily and breaded. In fact it reminded me more of takoyaki (japanese octopus puffs) because of the very doughy breading and chunk of squid as opposed to more lightly breaded squid rings/pieces that I am used to. For an entree, I ordered the Pad Thai as I always do when trying out a new Thai restaurant. It was way too sweet. I've never had Pad Thai that sweet before, so to me it was unappetizing. I was disappointed since it is the namesake of the restaurant. As for what I ordered, I can think of at least two other places that I would rather go to for the same meal (with much more welcoming service).
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