friendly, cozy helpful in explaining but did not have the taste of every other Thai foods I have been to.
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Stopped for lunch while driving through town. Extensive lunch menu with good prices for quantity of food served. However, seasoning has been dumbed down to the American taste. If you know how you prefer your Thai food and communicate this to waiter, I think the...More
Went for lunch. 1p on a Tuesday. Restaurant empty which should have been a clue. Ordered Gang Massaman and Gang Keo Wan off lunch menu. Was told soup was chicken noodle but we were never given any soup!!! Both entrees bland. Gang keo Wan watery...More
For those who expect Thai food to taste exactly the same throughout the U.S., my advice to you is to stick to the restaurant chains. Little mom and pop restaurants tend to follow family recipes for starters and will adapt those recipes for the majority...More
My wife and I stopped into Thai Racha for a quick lunch and to check out how thai food is done in south Texas. It's a small store front in a small strip mall (Yea! I'm from up north.) with table clothes under glass. Quite...More
My bride and I enjoy a good Thai restaurant. We have been here once, and ordered a couple of plates that were kind of on the fence as far as flavor went. However, there was enough in the dishes themselves, plus the portion size and...More
My brother has been telling us about this place for awhile, so we decided to check it out. Seems to be a family operation, not very large. At first I was a little leery when I walked back to the men's room to wash my...More
Average thai food for people who have good thai food experience. Have had horrible experiences and ok experiences at this same place. It's the only Thai close to home so we do take out every once in awhile, but its expensive and better to go...More
This is the first time I have eaten here. The food was ok enough to return some time later. You might think it is closed when you first pull in as the window tint is so dark.