The food was food enough, but the packaging of it was not environmentally friendly. Our group and another at the restaurant had all the dishes in styrofoam and plastic containers, even though we had told them that we were going to be eating there. The seating area can best be described as is an enclosed open air restaurant, so does not work well if the weather is cold or rainy; were there once before and had to leave due to the weather.
I had a curry dish and although the quantity was very ample, it was difficult to combine with the rice given the packaging and my not wanting to ask for yet another piece of styrofoam. The Chicken Satay was tasty but the meat was not tender; the Fresh Spring Rolls were very large, containing lots/mostly of lettuce. The steady stream of Take-Out business suggested many regulars.
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