Stay away- food is straight out of the SYSCO food truck- nothing fresh. Hardly resembles authentic Thai cuisine. Go to No Thai and get an inexpensive fresh meal instead.
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My friend and I arrived for an early dinner on a Friday night. The restaurant had a few people in it, but not busy. Our server seemed to be the host and only server in the place. He was not at all friendly (something I...More
First time here. Parked on the street behind the establishment. A very short 1 minute walk. Enjoyed the lunch special menu. The restaurant was quiet and had many seats available. Service from Kurt was excellent. The salad was somewhat blah, but the tom yum soup...More
We're always seeking good Thai restaurants when we travel, and Marnee Thai sounded interesting. We went for lunch, and our reception was without enthusiasm, as was the service the rest of the meal. One man was taking care of the restaurant, and he cruised up...More
Recently had dinner here, not impressed. My vegetables and chicken had overcooked veggies. My husband's dinner was better. He had the chicken with ginger and the pineapple fried rice. Both were fine. Our waiter was very nice even though he was taking care of the...More
If you've been to Thailand - or anywhere in Asia for that matter - you are well aware that the integrity of the cuisine does not always survive the distance from there to here. The ingredients, the culture, are not the same; resulting in an...More
Was in the area on business and the group of guys that I was with wanted Thai food. Marnee Thai was within walking distance of the place we were working at so we decided to try it. I ordered Drunken Noodle and I was awesome....More
Pretty decor. GREAT location. Food is o. k., but a little bit expensive. What really strikes Me, about My visit here, is that Frank Sinatra music was playing on the PA.