This started out as a Thai market with a small cafe. The groceries are gone so now its a neighborhood eatery. The food is good as is the service. Lately servings seem to have gotten smaller and prices higher.
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I've been here at least a hundred times, no joke. We love this place. Food is always fresh, tasty, and inexpensive. The quality has never changed in all my years that I have been coming here. My husband is even hooked. The crispy spring rolls...More
The portions were modest, the heat (we both chose level 6) added nothing to the overly sweat flavors. The gravy on the Rahn Nahn was more of a cloyingly sweat broth than a hearty gravy.
Ordered ginger chichen heat level 6 which was enough to tingle your mouth. It had good ginger taste. My husband ordered a noodle dish which came out more like a soup it qas supposed to be a gravy which wasn't very good. Felt the dishes...More
Had been there years ago for Thai food, but now, either due to a change in owners or cooks, or perhaps better Thai food in town (see Salween), just average
Tried take away last night from Thai Kitchen and was not disappointed. The food was still piping hot and fresh even after the ride home - Packaging was really, really done well. The food was also fantastic: Fresh Spring Rolls : ) #33 Drunk Noodles...More