This restaurant is situated practically right across the street from the Quality Inn share I stayed four nights. I've spent a total of six weeks in Thailand including 4 weeks this past March (2017). This was some of the more authentic Thai food I've had outside of Thailand. But unfortunately it was also the most expensive. Entrees at $20.00 are more than double of what I've seen elsewhere in New England. In Thailand I ate Pad Thai for the equivalent of $4.00 US. The best I had ever in all of Thailand being at Nana Beach resort in Chumphon province. The entire dish wrapped in omelette. $15.00 for Pad Thai here . . . I just can't do it. Everything I tried was very good. Rangoon, chicken skewers, spring rolls, crispy duck, shrimp, scallops, dumplings and cold Singtao. The best part of my visit was meeting bartender Ohm (apologize for spelling). A beautiful young woman who I enjoyed talking of Thailand adventures very much. Priceless. I would of course return here again and again. Less entrees , more Sing and great conversation
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