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Posted by MP on 06/02/2008
Aqua has a trendy feel, but doesn't serve up either the service or the food quality you would expect at the price. Head west a few blocks to Chinatown for better food at half the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/22/2008
The food is so-so and lacks authentic Thai flavor. Was eager to try this place, but ended up disappointed.
Posted by dater on 02/18/2008
The crispy spring rolls were fabulous! Wait staff was attentive, yet not in the way. Went here on a first date...perfect. A little noisy because the tables are packed in, but I expected that. I'd love to go back and try everything on the menu! Don't forget, it's a BYOB.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/06/2008
I work around the corner so I've been here a few times. Almost everything I've had was delicious. You have to try the Rice Net Spring Rolls. I usually get that and the Satay Chicken, or the Mee Siam which is absolutely delicious. Service is always quick and courteous. Prices are just right. Nice place.
Posted by MBB on 01/06/2008
We work right near Chinatown but walk two blocks south to get the best Thai/Malaysian food. Great at lunch. Wonderful foods to share. Even the less ambitious eaters were happy. Never a bad choice on the menu.
Posted by ive eater on 01/04/2008
Was very suprised with quality and the price of the food. All the noodle dishes were fantastic. Only dish i wouldnt recommend is the fried tofu appetizer, the peanut sauce on it is great but way to fried. Highly recommend it if you like Thai with a kick.
Posted by World fly boy on 06/29/2007
The food is wonderful. For appetizers my guest and I shared the Rice Net Spring Rolls which were very light and had delicious crab and shrimp inside. We also shared the Roti Telur which was a nice egg pancake that had a wonderful curry sauce for dipping. Exceptionally noted are all of the Prawn Dishes. The prawns are huge. On this visit we had the Coconut Jumbo Prawns which were served in a large lettuce leaf cup. They were fried in a coconut batter and then sprinkled with a generous amount of fried coconut. We also had the Beef Rendang which was a very tender beef dish that you could easily cut with your fork which was in a great suace which was a paste of ground onion and lemon grass. Don't forget to save room for dessert. We had the peanut pancake which is fabulous. It is stuffed with ground peanuts and served with ice cream. What a great taste treat. We also had the fried bananas served with ice cream as well. It was a very memorable meal and a special bonus is that the restaurant is a BYOB. You won't be disappointed