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stick with the thai -AVOID THE SUSHI!.
The Thai food here is fresh and flavorful but heavy on the sauces. Most people like their noodles drowned in sauce so I guess that's why this is a popular place.
I made the big mistake of ordering sushi. A take -out order for a special birthday appetizer. I paid $30.00 (Calif. roll, Unagi roll and Soft Shell crab roll) and was looking forward to presenting it to the birthday boy. Unfortunately, I did not check my order before I left the restaurant. Upon unwrapping it a home, I noticed how sloppily it was made, falling apart and looking pretty unattractive. It tasted about the same. I was embarassed to serve it. Actually , I ended throwing half of it in the trash. Whoever prepared this sushi in the back kitchen obviously didn't know what they were doing. I've eaten enough sushi on several continents to know that this is not right.
So, I called the restaurant to talk to the manager but the manager was out. I left 3 messages. The girl who answered the phone told me that the owner was out of town but that he would call me back. It is 19 days later, so I've decided to leave my feedback here to warn others, NOT to order the sushi here.
I guess it's my own mistake. After all, why order sushi at a thai noodle restaurant? I was looking for sushi and it was on that really snowy , icy day and I happened to pass this restaurant and saw the big SUSHI LUNCH sign in their window so I decided to give them my business. Big mistake!
So flavorful!. Ok, been here twice, and can't wait to go back. Plenty of vegetarian options. I love super spicy food, my husband does not, and you have a "heat option" with most dishes. A wide and interesting assortment of appetizers to choose from, you could make a meal in appetizers alone. The service is attentive even on busy weekends, and the food is fragrant and delicious. Have i raved enough?!
Delicious, Convenient, Aesthetic.
While not experts on Thai food, we believe this restaurant to be on par with any in the city (Philadelphia).
Prices compare favourably to those at other nearby ethnic options (Indian, Chinese/Japanese, etc.).
The lunch special is an especially good deal, and we like the Crab Rangoon, the Mushroom Soup, the Green Curry and the Pad Thai (try it extra-spicy). Finish meal with a Mango/Sticky-Rice or two, and remember to B.Y.O.B. Decor/staff is incredibly attractive (we don't mind the wall-photos) and service is unobtrusive/friendly - Watch for crowds on weekend nights. The location is ideal for a suburban night out.
Great food. While their Thai food it's outstanding, they also offer a variety of region cuisine. Everything I've tried has been very good. Service is also good and it's rarely overcrowded (but never really empty.) Everything I've tried from salads, noodle entrees and curries have all been very good. Never a bad meal.
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