Thanks to the folks that pointed out that the ownership of this restaurant has changed. We ate at the old one a few years ago, and swore we'd never go back.
I am very happy to report that the new place has been transformed 180 degrees: The food is GREAT, service is wonderful, and the place is also a good value.
It still has the old decor, which was fine. There was no need to change it.
As soon as we entered, we were warmly greeted and seated.
On a Friday night, the place had to be about 75% full in the main dining area. Pretty soon, it overflowed into the back dining area.
My wife's drink came quickly. Her Thai coffee was excellent, and not quite as sweet as others, which made it just about perfect. Do yourself a favor, and order some sort of beverage: The Centralia water was NASTY, with a bad taste and aftertaste.
We ordered the Spring Rolls, a Thai fried rice, and a curry.
These same out in record time, and they were good and hot. My wife was pleasantly surprised by the rice with her curry: It was advertised as a brown rice, but looked like a red rice. She's never had this before, and was pleased by it. The curry was excellent also.
The Spring Rolls came out with the meal, and were done to perfection!
I had ordered a beef Thai rice, but was served chicken instead. I hate to waste food, and ate it anyways. The fried rice was very good, and I would gladly order it again.
Presentation of the food was first rate, and we loved the serving dishes. They had a minimalist elegance about them.
Portions were not Chinese restaurant huge, but were just right for most people to be satisfied.
We wound up dropping about $36 for food, an appetizer, and a drink. This was MUCH more reasonable than with the last place.
We were very happy with the dining experience, and can say that this in now my wife's new favorite place to eat locally.
Yes, we'll be back again, and soon!
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