I enjoy Thai food. I enjoy it a lot. But, on the east end, it's hard to find. My dad always goes to an Asian Fusion restaurant in Hampton Bays, and though their food is wonderful, their Thai selection is limited (predominately Chinese). At least at Boa, I get a greater selection. The Spring Rolls had plenty of fresh vegetables and were perfectly fried so they were crispy without any oily taste; the Tom Yum soup was flavorful and pungent, though when I asked for Thai spicy (they didn't offer me any options for so spiciness) I only got it medium as stated on the menu. Dad had the seafood and noodles (Kee Mao Talay)- he ate everything on his plate and enjoyed the medium spiciness, fresh seafood, and well integrated noodles and vegetables; I had the Nur Num Tuk which simply is a Ny strip and a small side salad. I normally get Yum Nur (yum Nua)) which is my gauge for how well I think the restaurant will be, but opted for the more expensive grilled option. The steak was done to my liking, topped with chili sauce and more on the side, the salad though a bit small was flavorful with the the peanut sauce and topped with some noodles. All in all, a very pleasant meal, albeit pricier than it should be, but this is the Hamptons. They do offer a 4-course prix fixe but those options didn't appeal to us. I will return when visiting dad in the hamptons.
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