As previous reviewer's have mentioned, tasty fare in 29P is rare, but there are about ten or so decent places, Thai Cafe being one. I've eaten here twice, both take out, and have been impressed both times. First visit, was the Tom Kar soup with chicken, which was very delicious. More sweet than I've had in the past, but a nice twist. The blend of coconut milk, broth, lemongrass, cilantro, etc., was very balanced, worth a try. I then tried the Pad See-Ew with chicken, which is a favorite of mine. It was pretty decent. The noodles were fried just right, along with the broccoli and chicken, not to dry or wet. Worth trying as well.
Second trip, the chicken sate and green curry with chicken. The sate was wonderful, very nice spices, a bit on the lemongrass side, which I enjoy, the peanut dipping sauce was spot on and what I was expecting, it also came with the quintessential small side of sweet cucumber salad, which was good too. The order came with four skewers. The green curry was actually some of the best I've had in a very long time. Again, the spices, coconut milk, etc., was very balanced, and had a smokey/grilled tone to it, which is a good thing. The steamed rice was good, more traditional white, sticky versus dry/hard jasmine.
Brief comment about interior. I found the place to be quite nice, and typical of a mid-level Thai restaurant: black-lacquered furniture, traditional artwork, etc. Actually quite a large place, seating for roughly 50?, so large groups can enjoy.
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