January 30th, 2006 Elizabeth Dye | Food Reviews & Stories

Dish Review

The restaurants take on Thai isnt the most inventive, but its reliably tasty, affordable food is peppered with just enough surprises to make it stand out. Noodles are the star attraction of the menu, with a half-dozen pads to choose from, most made of the broad, flat rice noodles that offer satisfying bite and gummy texture. Diners can choose mild, medium or hot versions of most dishes, but compared to the spiciness scale at Lemongrass or Khun Pic, medium here is more a flicker than a flame. The most richly textured curry is the Gang Garee, with firm pieces of potato, carrot, zucchini and pepper. The specialty entrees are a bit more adventurous, but adventure doesnt seem to be the restaurants strongest food suit. The new Northwest location doesnt offer the bustling charm of the downtown spot. (Originally reviewed 2/4/04.)
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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