We were seated immediately and noticed not a wonderful Thai food aroma but the scent of ammonia or mildew. Not a very good first smell inside a restaurant.
We ordered the spring rolls which were a typical Thai/Chinese egg roll. The beef satay was thin but very chewy with threads of fat throughout. The sauces were very weak-the peanut was heavy and thick without flavor as was the cucumber sauce because it was without the vinegar and pepper flakes. The Tom Khai Khai soup was watered down, it was not creamy and heavy with coconut milk. The chicken and mushrooms in the soup were cut into chunks that were too big to fit on the spoon.
All of the dinner entrees were very small in portions and lacked ingredients. The Pad Thai had a few pieces of chicken, 5 small shrimp, bean sprouts and peanuts. The red pepper chicken curry did not have a red paste and had only had a few pieces of red pepper ribbons, not strips. The large prawn curry with broccoli had the same curry sauce as the red pepper chicken curry dish but it had a nice bed of steamed broccoli florets.
So, the highlights were the large grilled prawns with broccoli curry dish and the pear saki. There are so many other quality Thai restaurants that this one just doesn't compare.
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