Food was great. Service was mediocre. Ice melted in first cup of water and was never refilled with more ice. Just more warm water put in. I’m a big water drinker so I still drank it. Food was a little pricey. Dessert was super good....More
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Unfortunately, man of Chinatown's restaurants have closed or moved to the suburbs, built there are other options, and this is a decent Thai place. The exterior of the restaurant could use a bit of updating, but the interior, while simple, is clean and rather pleasant....More
Small cozy, friendly, quality food, great portions, GREAT FOOD, reasonable price, right across from the stadium in China town area. I had the dish called Jungle that was unique and tasty. Tom Kha Mashroom was very good , loaded with mashrooms. Sticky rice with mangoes...More
I'm so happy to have found this restaurant on my business trip to D.C. I was able to sit outside on this perfect night and enjoy some fabulous Thai food. Started with the larb salad which was just spicy enough and very flavorful. Then panang...More
Looking for a lunch option that was open late. Order taken quickly and meals arrived shortly after ordering. Great Pud Thai.
I ordered Panang Chicken Curry which was very nice. My girlfriend had the Pad Thai which was very average. Service was good, nothing fancy, I was happy anyway!
Ambiance and staff not very welcoming, bit of a "bar-with-a-few-tables" feel. Had a Tom gha kai which was watery with a strange aftertaste, spare, dry chicken pieces and non-asian mushrooms. The garden rolle were ok but the sauce didn't match. The green papay salad was...More
My husband and I enjoy authentic Thai food and this place is far from authentic. The food was bland and the spring rolls were crispy on the outside but soggy and greasy inside. We had to ask 3 times for the chili sauce condiments before...More