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Posted by Anonymous on 06/23/2011
This has the most flavorful pad thai and Tom Yum soup in the city... I've tried CC places and nothing cuts it like this place.
Posted by Jennifer on 01/27/2011
Strangely every rice noodle in the pad thai was chopped very small - less than half inch. A second plate of the dish was brought out with the same small sized noodles. The consistency of dish was unpleasant and felt like I was eating baby food. You needed to eat it with a spoon. If you like your food precut - then you will enjoy this. I suspect the restaurant has been sold to new owner. The staff commented that they were indeed sold in 2010. I also have eaten here before four times in the last year and noted that each time the food is a different quality and tasted slightly different. The staff either does not understand English or is totally indifferent. Beware if you are communicating something serious like a food allergy.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2010
I went there the other day for a bday dinner and the food was really good! we were seated in the back room and its really cute and spacious if you are having a big dinner. Overall the experience was good and now my mouth is watering thinkin about their food. The only bad thing was they told me they would charge me for bringin in my own cake for the bday. I never heard that before..the charges were for the plates and spoons
Posted by Phoodie_in_Philly on 10/03/2009
We decided to go because it was listed in my Clipper Mag. Would NOT go again. Ordered beef satay and chicken was brought out. 1 of the 5 skewers had a strange consistency. I ordered BBQ chicken that looked and tasted like it was boiled at some point and then grill marks put on it. The plus from this meal came from the sweet and sour sauce, but it could only hide so much. My date had a honey-mustard chicken, which some how strangely tasted like mine. I wouldn't go back, and you can definitely get better take out at least twice with the amount you paid for one meal.
Posted by Ally on 09/11/2009
I only recently discovered Pattaya and instantly fell in love. The prices are very reasonable, with some entrees being only about $8. My partner and I ordered two entrees and an appetizer with the bill coming to only $25! Their service is impeccable- the staff is incredibly friendly and personable; I never had an empty glass and our food came very quickly! The atmosphere in the restaurant is comfortable, clean, and simple. The food itself is very good. I have had two of their curries (the red and the panang), their pad thai, and their spring rolls. Tonight I plan to try one of their soups and possibly their most interesting item on the list: stir-fried alligator in home made curry! It's certainly the best Thai I've had in the city, and for the prices, I'm excited to keep coming back!
Posted by Rachel on 05/14/2009
Relaxed, yet elegant atmosphere. Good food. Good lemon grass soup. Good curries. I'll definitely go back again. The tables are close together, but the food tastes great. Reasonable prices.
Posted by Brian on 02/07/2009
The food here isn't bad, but it isn't too good either. The dishes don't have that much spice or flavor, especially for Thai food. Plus, the portions are actually pretty small, which is unusual for a Thai restaurant and somewhat frustrating since this place isn't actually that cheap for what it is.