Came for lunch with some friends just before 1PM. As a visitor with no phone plan (Thai but has lived in the US for 20years), I asked for the WiFi password. The employee looks at me like she didn’t know what I was talking about then she said “maybe but it might be off right now.” Oh alright, thanks? It was off.
Ordering the food was a painful process. I ordered a dish off of their separate specials menu...nope, they’re out. Alright, changed to green curry...out. Basil beef? Nope. Apparently they’re not offering about half of the dishes on their menu. A friend ordered a dish where the calamari was supposed to be deep fried (as written on the menu and repeated by the waitress) but it was instead stir fried which does not result in the same crispiness. Another friend asked about a caramel drink, the waitress answered her question but failed to tell her until later that they no longer serve that drink. I asked about the “shakerato” drink..what is it? The mousey waitress looks at me and said...coffee?? while pantomiming a shaking motion then leaves to ask another employee. She comes back to tell me that it’s just coffee that they shake. K.
As for the food...super slow and came out about 5-10 minutes apart plus I had to ask for silverware which normally isn’t a big deal but I really had had it. Food tasted...meh. The Thai food was slightly better than the foreign menu. My little sister ordered salmon lasagna and I’m pretty sure their “tomato sauce” is ketchup. I’m experienced in both Thai food and American food so I’d say my opinion is valid.
But really..this place is supposed to be a cake and dessert cafe yeah? You could argue that food isn’t their specialty, fine. Well, as seen in the picture it seems like they’re lacking in the dessert department too. You’d think that at 1PM they’d still have a bunch of desserts. So in the end, it was a disappointment and I will not come back
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