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Posted by peterrl on 07/15/2010
The meals were excellent, attractively served in a pleasant, quiet atmosphere. Service was impeccable but waiters were not hovering over you, and the hostess was most solicitous. Would go back there any number of times.
Posted by raven on 09/03/2008
I liked the thai food here better than some of the other well known spots in town. My favorite is the Peking Duck, not thai, but delicious. BYOB.
Posted by Yummy on 07/31/2008
Saw that review of someone saying it's neither great french or thai and disagree. What they serve is great flavor combinations and terrific execution (yes, they do serve the vegetable sides plain and fresh, but anything else would compete with their fabulous saucing of the main dishes). Best sweetbreads I've ever had.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/19/2008
The food is very good and the service excellent. My only reservation about the place is that the menu doesn't change much. They do have specials, every night and it's BYOB.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2007
Great little place for lunch and dinner. Lunch is a better value. Been there a few times and have always been very happy. Desserts are wonderful too! Can't believe how quiet the restaurant is considering where it is!
Posted by Stan Diamond on 08/18/2007
Very good food, well prepared and varied French/Thai fusion. My favorite is the escargot (worth every single caloria) and the duck which comes in two forms. Veggies on side just fair. Bread is good and preparation of food is great, BYOB. We go there often and will continue to do so. Make reservation on Fri and Sat nites.
Posted by freeds on 12/31/2006
The Nan's self-described "French-Thai fusion" cuisine may be intended to disguise their lack of expertise in either component. Their absurdly overblown five-star food rating in MenuPages is clear evidence of unsophisticated and undemanding patrons. Our main dishes were accompanied by completely unseasoned and tasteless servings of mixed vegetables and lumpy, semi-mashed potatoes. When we complained to the waiter, he laughed. The Nan's BYOB policy is an inconvenience for travelers and a sign of amateurishness in a nine-year-old restaurant. Go elsewhere for real French or real Thai.