They fried rice is fine. It ain't got a ton of stuff in it, but children will most certainly eat it and that is a victory.
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Had to send back meal even after asking for less heat but what came back was heaven . The spicy pork belly was crisp and juicy and cooked perfectly. I would come back for sure when we visit again . But remember if you cant handle spice tell them. Or beware
Searching for ethnic food in the area , we stopped in for some Thai. The food portions were generous and delicious. My kids do not like Thai because they don't care for spicy food (much to my dismay). They order what they desired off the menu and the chef ensured that their dish would not be spicy. At the end... More
This little Thai place has a remarkable menu. I had the Pad See uw which was delicious. Wish I had the time to try more menu items. Masamun Curry is also on the menu.
My wife and I have eaten at the Thai Cafe and have always enjoyed our meals. Nothing fancy but the food is very good and relatively inexpensive. Haven't tried a lot of different dishes but would recommend the drunken noodles and the various curries.
Just ate here last night after work. It's our go-to Thai place - very crowded for lunch, but rarely for dinner. It's near the Springfield Town Center, in a strip mall. Not fancy, but great Pad Thai, Drunken Noodles, Curries, and Tomyum bowls!
Surprisingly, my favorite pad see ew had an extra ingredient in it. Couldn't send it back because I ordered carry out. Me sad. Sprinkled throughout my noodles were small hard things (like old hard rice or bone).
I'm a big fan of Thai food - something about the "good burn" makes the meal taste just a bit better. Maybe we were there on a bad day, but the meal was just "eh." While only two of us were there, we ordered a nice sampling of meal options, but were less than impressed with any of it. The... More
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