Food here is always great, but our favorite waitress was killed by a drunk driver on Mother's Day. I'll always come for their curried rice and drunken noodles which are fantastic. No more sushi though.
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We ate here and did carry out several times. The only reason I gave it 4 and not 5 was the variance in the Lad Na each day, so it seems a hit or miss for really good and its fine.
Small restaurant tucked into a strip center across the street from the original Hooters and Hooters Headquarters. If you like Thai food, make this a stop on your "to-Do-List". Ambiance is a little worn and could use updating, but for what the appearance might lack,...More
I am not a Thai food person but we were visiting with a friend who has dined there many times and convinced me to go. It was outstanding. We arrived after 8PM and the restaurant was empty but our server was very friendly and did...More
This is our go-to spot whenever we want a friendly atmosphere and great Thai food. My wife always has sushi (this time it was the volcano roll) and I had th Basil Noodles, also called Drunken Noodles. Both were excellent and Debbie was as always,...More
There are quite a few Thai restaurants to choose from, but choose this one. You will love it. Sushi too.
We came upon this little Thai restaurant by accident while searching for another place and we could not be happier that we did. This unassuming restaurant in a small strip mall provides a cozy atmosphere, excellent personal service and most importantly - wonderful food. We...More
Excellent thai food. Sushi has a little room for improvement. The duck curry is exceptional. Portions are generous and lunch specials are very affordable. Service can be as slow during peak times, but at least it's always with a smile.
My comfort level with Thai food generally stays at yellow curry and some appetizers. We came here once before for lunch with a friend and liked it, and decided on the spur of the moment to try it again. Glad we did. The server was...More