The food was awful! They can't even get the dessert right! Ewe! Save your money and eat some place else!
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We were pleased to find this place in the middle of "nowhere" and decided to give it a try due to the good reviews we saw. What I really liked was that they had some appetizers that were different from the many Thai restaurants I've been to. My one disappointment was that they didn't have Massaman dishes. The staff was... More
This place has a great $9 lunch special. Choice of about 8 Thai dishes, with both meat and vegetarian options. Comes with small salad and a spring roll. I had the drunken linguini, a fresh take on the traditional. The noodles were thinner, chicken ground perfectly, making the dish overall lighter and less greasy. The restaurant is small but nicely... More
Stopped here a few weeks ago for take out. The food was quite decent for the money and the restaurant itself was very pleasant. This is not a fancy place, but rather a storefront in an old strip mall. The owners/staff were very friendly. I had a curry and appetizer. They had a fairly standard menu but certainly no complaints... More
Had passed it a few times and then finally went in. With a friend and colleague and my son. Waitstaff was friendly, food was excellent. I wish they offered their dumplings steamed - my son is allergic to sesame, and the oil they use is apparently sesame, so we had to reject most of their appetizers. In any case, ordered... More
Hidden in a strip mall on the Ballston/Buckingham border along Glebe Road is a small, quiet Thai restaurant with good food and atmosphere. It is a small space with about seating for 24, they also do a big takeout/delivery business. It a nicely decorated space with mellow music (in English and Thai) in the background. Good selection of beers from... More
Unimpressive small strip mall hides this stylish, terrific Thai restaurant. Loved the green chicken curry. Pros: delicious food, fresh ingredients, great décor. Con: one man seated, took orders, ran food, poured drinks, dropped food, cashed out checks and bussed tables. Quick business lunch should have taken 45 mins but instead 1 1/2 hours. It was so cold in the men's... More
I had the chicken curry which they said it to be a little spicy which i could definitely handle. However, it wasn't spicy at all. We had the carry-out dinners. So if you like a little spice tell them to kick it up just a notch. Otherwise it was ok
The seedy little shopping center exterior opens to a lovely decorated place. It's small, but quite attractive and clean. and the cars in the small parking lot out front seemed to move out quickly. The food was among the best Thai food I have ever had. I had the pad thai, and it was not only delicious, the presentation was... More
Thai Curry is in the same mini-strip mall as Ravi Kebob and appears (from the street) to be completely overshadowed by this well-known next-door neighbor. Every time I drive by, Ravi is teeming with activity while Thai Curry languishes with empty tables. This is a shame because compared to other Thai restaurants in the area, its food is actually quite... More
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