Normally crowded, seating from one to larger groups. A good mix of Asian favorites. Parking sometimes an issue.
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Good food, lots of choices, and always busy. Lots of unique dishes not available at the other Thai restaurants in Austin.
The menu is huge, and the prices are a little high, but you get a ton of food, and everything is amazing. My favorites are the chicken satay and bankrupt noodles with beef. You've got to try the bankrupt noodles. I've never had anything like...More
Always packed, food is good but limited options for special dietary needs. Wide menu served Asian style (individual orders served as cooked, not in group format).
The reviews were good so we decided to give it a try, as pad thai lovers we went looking for nomnomnom. And we found ...not so nom. It arrived with the shape of the pan it was warmed in still maintained...corner piece obviously. And with...More
The menu is endless and not enough time to evaluate. Pick a few favorites and go with that, or better yet, just ask if you know what you like. The staff is sometimes difficult to understand but they seem to understand you fine. The service...More
Love this Thai restaurant back since my college days. Have been ordering the same dish for years, Tom Kha Gai, tonight...always! Not for especial occasions but great for every other day.
The decor of the restaurant is lovely. The colorful umbrellas create an enchanting atmosphere and for most part, the place has a good atmosphere. There was, however, a big problem with the food. We ordered Curry and stirred fry noodles and both dishes were too...More
The food here is really good, and lunch for two with drinks ran right around $25 for very large portions - enough to take half home. Nice restaurant with a lovely ambiance. The only reservation I had was the overwhelming smell of cleaning products was...More