Had the Thai toast. It was so greasy I couldn't finish eating it. The rest of the food was pretty bland. Waste of money, there are better places around.
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we went for a quiet dinner on new year's eve. enjoyed the meal and the ambience. very nice service, atmosphere, and food. we would go back even though thai is not our usual first choice. especially liked the choice of teas from the tea chest!
The food we had was all excellent (we had yellow curry, massaman curry, Thai fried rice and pad Thai as well as Thai iced coffee and tea). Service was fast and friendly. The restaurant was set up very nicely and created a nice ambiance. Will visit again!
we LOVE Thai food, so we've eaten here three times. The food is OK, but each time we feel it lacks the aromatic freshness that is the hallmark of Thai food. Maybe they cannot get the spices or other ingredients, maybe the kitchen is not up to it, but we can name three neighborhood Thai places in the city where... More
Tried Sukhothai last night for the first time it was excellent! We were there early so were able to get a seat by the window and or waiter took extra time explaining the menu to us. Started out with the sampler platter (chicken satay, shrimp rolls and veggie spring rolls) it was great. The chicken was lightly marinated in curry... More
Lovely.... quaint...original brickwalls, subtle lighting, a serene setting. The vegetable spring rolls are light and airy.. the dipping sauce was perfectly prepared. I fell for the panang curry with tofu... a light hint of Kaffir lime in a coconut sauce and you decide the heat level. My husband enjoyed the Sukhothai chicken with a delicate teriyaki sauce. The coconut lime... More
This is the place that I would go if I would like to have Thai food. The Thai curry is nice and I love the Thai tea. It's a small town near my area and I enjoyed hanging out with friends during weekends over here.
My book club met here early in the year. We were a group of about sixteen, so it took awhile for all to be served but food cane out nice and hot. I had the shrimp in peanut sauce and it was very good. The vegetables were very fresh, as was the shrimp. We met on a Thursday night and... More
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