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Posted by Anonymous on 03/19/2013
Chicken noodle is pretty much what the Pad Thai here tastes like. It has no resemblance to any Pad Thai that I've had, other than the fact that it has noodles, egg, peanuts and the obligatory lemon wedge. Where is the flavor?!
Posted by Foodie#1 on 08/28/2012
Just ate at Sawatee for the first time. I was hesitant to try this place because the Restaurant at the location before (Pico de Gallo) was horrible. That "Mexican" restaurant had food that a drunk man would not find authentic. Sawatdee kept the unauthentic dishes, now Thai food, consistently bland. The Pad-Ka-Prao-talay has a unique name and tasted far from unique. Supposed to be seafood rice dish. Tasted like unseasoned Minute Rice. How do you screw up a seafood stir- fry; Just ask Sawatdee. 2 Thumbs pointed to the ground.
Posted by RB on 06/30/2012
7 blocks away; Ordered at 7:45, arrived at 8:02 too hot to eat. Delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/27/2012
I have eaten at this restaurant several times. Always agreed that the food was decent. The atmosphere can be a hit or miss. Sometimes gets too busy. One thing consistent is the attitude from the guy taking orders over the phone for take out. Complete arrogance. Doesn't help that you make good food if you can't sell it right!
Posted by Lise on 06/07/2012
The food is great, different from other Thai in the city. And 20 minute delivery in the local area is amazing!
Posted by Luke on 06/06/2012
Seriously laughable small rice portions when we ordered take out for five people. We had to go make rice at home to finish our meals. Why skimp so much on such a cheap meal portion? Flavors just weren't as good as others I've been too. Nice atmosphere, wish I would have dined in.
Posted by Laurelw on 05/07/2012
What a welcome addition to the neighborhood! The food is amazing, great that it's a BYOB, service good, place is clean and nicely decorated. Have been back many, many times.