I love Thai food and the food was good. To start, I had the spring rolls. Lacking in flavour, they were cooked well and the sauce was good. I had the Sesame chicken for entree (with rice). The chicken was tasty, but the sauce was the star. Problem was....it felt like it was a bother to ask for help, and while I was the only one in the restaurant, it took 15 minutes to cook a dish that was no doubt partly made.
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