See entry for Thai Orchid. That is what Mai Thai became recently. While I won't mourn the service, there was better lighting.
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After getting terrible Pad Thai takeout and complaining, they kindly delivered another one which was equally bad. They missed a great opportunity to improve the food from a previously owned terrible Rhai restaurant. The meat is overdone and not fresh and the flavor is bland....More
We just started going to Mai Thai and have been impressed with the food that we have had. The green mango salad is my favorite thai meal and it was great! I would go here just for that. The first time we went our service...More
My fiancee and I went Friday night (Apr 8th) to try out this new Thai place, but it was not worth my time nor my hunger. After we arrived, we waited for an excruciating 1 hour (maybe more) for our food. During that time: -...More
The food here is Bland, Boring, and Expensive. I will never go there again. I would rather drive all the way to Montpelier for Thai.
Perfect for a family meal...inexpensive...great food and service. It is a little hard to find on the third floor of South Main Street in downtown Hanover. Across the street from Molly's! :) I liked the Yellow Curry!
Let me say from the outset, we have travelled extensively in Thailand and enjoy this country's cuisine. I also regularly cook Thai soups and curries (both green and yellow) at home. We have tried this restaurant three times now, twice when it first opened, and...More
Got the massaman chicken - good portion, very tasty. Waiter brought the wrong rice and ignored me, even though there were only two tables with guests at the time! (very slow). But the food was great, and the environment was nice - I sat by...More
Service very slow, uninformed and downright unfriendly. Food lacked flavor and spice. There is good reason you can always find a table here. Do yourself a favor and go somewhere else.
I have been traveling in Thailand for 25 years. I recognized one favorite on the menu (tom ka gai) Ordered it and the waitress (Thai (?)) asked if I wanted chicken or shrimp."gai" is chicken in Thai. If there were such a thing (which I...More