Apparently Noi (the owner of this restaurant. as well as her namesake restaurant in N. Asheville) feels that a good curry is made with a base consisting mostly of water, rather than coconut milk. At least thats what I was made to understand by our server when I called her over to show her the pitiful bowl of green curry sitting before me. If there was indeed coconut milk in it, as it states on the menu, the ratio couldnt have been more than one part milk to five parts water, and thats being kind. In addition to that, the size of the portion was also extremely underwhelming. There were four small pieces of chicken and maybe five or six slices of veggies. It was a joke. My wife ordered larb. She asked for a spiciness of medium. Yet, it was spicier than my curry, which I had asked for 'Thai Spicy'; the highest spice level they offer. Their lunch menu is priced similar to other Thai places in town, except that they dont include soup, or spring rolls, as most of the other places do. Neither of us were very happy, to say the least, and though the server said that if I didnt like my curry, she would "make it right", no further conversation was had, even though I had her take the plate away a couple minutes later. It most certainly found its way onto our bill, and though the owner was there and was made aware of the problem Im sure, she made no attempt to speak with us or address the issue.
If you want to experience what real Thai food tastes like, drive 2 minutes down the road to Pon's Thai. Its in a gas station and the dining area isnt much to look at, but the food is superb.
Grade: F (Noi, you dont save money being cheap, you just lose customers, and potential customers.)
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