I was looking for something different in the area to get away from the heaviness of all the chain restaurants. I may not have found Bangkok Restaurant if not for the reviews. Family run businesses can be hit or miss and this was simply delightful. While dining I noticed another couple had mentioned really liking mango so the owner gave them a whole fresh mango to take with them. Its unusual but a very nice personal touch.
One of our entre's was #50 from the menu; Thai Sweet and Sour chicken. The flavors were perfectly balanced in a very nice tomato broth. Our other entre' was #38 from the menu; a shrimp with napa and chinese cabbage with rice vermacelli noodles and fresh ginger in oyster sauce cooked in a clay pot. Again, I thought the flavors, especially the giner, were very fresh and perfectly balanced. The shrimp were fresh, plump, and cooked just right. Having just arrived from the Gulf coast I was making a comparision to how good these were to shrimp I had just had down south.
Our dinner ended with a Thai Rolled Fortune Cookie which is much tastier than Chinese fortune cookies and the fortunes just as interesting. The menu listed all the usual favorites plus some that I've never had before so I have something to look forward to on my next visit.
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