Tasty enough standard Thai fare (I lived in Bangkok for four years so am familiar with the cuisine), but had hoped for a lively fusion experience, something along the lines of, say, Pad Thai stuffed in a taco shell. That may be a little extreme, but you get where I'm going with this. Barely any mention of "fusion" on the menu even though it's in the restaurant name. A shame. The restaurant décor is exceedingly nice and inviting, and the staff friendly. Parking galore. Easy to find, sandwiched between the old Lowe's Foods and the new Harris Teeter. Chef didn't speak English. A good sign.
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