On November 2, my four friends and I (5) went to Thai Pepper to celebrate a birthday. I had never had Thai food so I was excited to give it a try. We arrived and found out that the restaurant was a combination of two restaurants Japanese and Thai. We had no problem with that except that the menu was not divided between Thai and Japanese food ; the two cuisines were combined and it was difficult to find Thai dishes. The offerings were mostly Japanese. Our waiter was not very knowledgable about the dishes, he did not know what the sauces on the dishes were made of , he took our orders, the appetizers came out fine, but he got one of the entres wrong. He never came back to offer additional drinks or refills. The food was disappointing. I ordered sweet and sour chicken, it was more sweet, like a very sweet syrup was poured over the chicken. We all ordered different entrees and they all were disappointing.
When we asked about desserts, we were not giiving menus, and our waiter rushed through the dessert selections. When we questioned him on a couple of items, he wasn't able to tell us what the dessert was. For example "a sphere of something that is like whip cream but doesn't taste like whip cream and is not whip cream "( he didn't know what it was)with vanilla ice cream in the center.
The real shock was when the check came and a 20% tip was added. We usual tip 20% or more for excellent service. He would have gotten 15%. We paid the 20% He got a lot of change. I will be making a call to the manager tomorrow and needless to say we will not be going back to Thai Pepper or its Japanese counterpart..
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