Member Reviews (4)
- Thai CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Apr 04, 2013
Who wanz Thai foooo??? Eye wanz Thai foooo!!! EYE WUBS THAI FOOOOOO!!!
So I go to eat Thai food at this place recommended by a friend. Well we get there and find a typical Thai place overall. Heck they even had a wait for tables at 7:30 on a Thursday night. Great signs right? Then we sat down to wait for a seat and I was able to notice and ascertain that a fifth of the tables were people that were finished but just shooting the chit for a bit.
Well the bit turned into at least 15 minutes. *shrugs* so the staff cant really help that so time to move on from it… so we went to our seat and ordered a couple of items and chatted as we waited for our grub.
Pro Tip: Ask for extra water, they will forget you are there if you have your food and they are busy at all…
We got the base Panang chicken curry and garlic chicken. We ordered both medium spicy. Neither was very spicy and the curry was not spicy at all, not even a hint which you could at least taste a lil bit of spiciness in the garlic chicken. Both came with a scoop of rice. Needless to say they were average at best for the taste as well.
One of my worst Thai experiences recently. While we were seated and waiting for our order, they let several people into the second room through a glass wall where apparently there was a private party. This was a major problem as we couldn’t flag down anyone till it was check time and by then, we were no longer thirsty.
So I think I will pass on a return visit here. Unless I hear that they have things back in line service wise. There is no reason to go somewhere for average food and bad service. =\
- Thai CafeMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 1First to ReviewOct 06, 2012
I'd say this Thai place is above average - I'm no Thai food expert but I can at least say the ingredients are fresh and the food's tasty. The grilled chicken is super tender and delicious.
- Thai CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 05, 2012
The staff here is very friendly and they never rush you after you're done eating, so you can sit for a little longer and chat. The pad thai is good and the portion huge (enough for 2 people to share or 2 meals). The BBQ chicken is made with a very tasty seasoning and comes with an amazing dipping sauce. This is a great restaurant alternative to some of the overcrowded Chinese restaurants in the same plaza.
- Thai CafeFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
I believe the best Thai restaurant in OC. The portions are pretty large and prices reasonable. Pad see ew is good, the fried rice is so good. I haven't had anything bad when I ordered. Everything is real good. Kind of reminds of the Thai food I got in LA, Like Palm Thai.