Some of the beat food I have had outside of Thailand. Garlic pepper chicken was wonderful and that weren't shy about spicing it up. Tom yam was amazing. Pity we don't live closer.
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This Thai restaurant is not very large, but it is very popular especially on weekends. The food is always fresh. Service was OK, a little rushed as there were people waiting to be seated.
It looks like an old diner and still feels like an old diner inside. It's a quaint BYOB where you can actually have a conversation and hear each other. The food is out of this world and well worth any wait. If you don't feel...More
The place is so cute and makes you happy as it is surreal-cool to eat Thai food in an authentic all steel 70's diner. Food is really authentic Thai. Restaurant staff is kind and sweet. Great vibe and excellent food nevertheless the location is pretty...More
My husband says this is his favorite restaurant in New Jersey -- always good food, always a warm greeting (at least for "regulars" like us), and always a place where there are people of every age and from every culture enjoying themselves! We love the...More
This is our favorite restaurant in the area. Great stop with the BYOB policy, we stop every time we go to the TJ in Westfield where we buy wine. The food is fresh, spicy and predictably good. Great value, excellent quality. Tip: check their working...More
Don't come here for fine dining or quiet meals but if you want amazing Thai food then this is it! My husband and I have been to all the Thai restaurants in the area and this one by far is our favorite. Always a good...More
Decided to give it a try after driving by this place so many times. The restaurant gives the feel of a dining car. The decor was okay but seem a bit outdated. Definitely not a place for a romantic dinner. I ordered steamed dumpling and...More
At one time we would eat here once a week. About 18 months ago two of their waitresses left and I think they took the good cooks with them. The dishes are too sweet, others tastes and portions are smaller. I am writing this now...More