To be honest with you, I thought I would hate Thai food. My father insisted on me trying this delectable cuisine, but I kept refusing. Until one day he told me about this AMAZING restaurant called Thai Cafe, he had eaten at with my mom and sister. I was upset about going, until I set foot in that MAGNIFICENT restaurant. As I smelled the aroma of SPLENDID spices and DELECTABLE dishes, I couldn't resist. I took a glance at he buffet, and I didn't wait one minute. I jumped to it, and found me a place in line. The buffet consisted of spring rolls. pad thai, sticky rice, veggies, chicken wings, cream cheese rolls, other meat dishes, soups, and the list goes on. Once I lfted the fork to my mouth, then toungue, my taste buds went off the wall. They were so pleased, and so was my stomach. I highly reccomend the eggplant! The spices, the base of the dish, and the eggplant itself was so SCRUMPTIOUS! If you are not much of vegetable eater, there is much more to choose from. The cream cheese rolls are a package of joy. You can eat them for dessert or during your meal. The cream cheese rolls compliment the rest of the meal. The sticky rice is SWEET and SATISYING! I don't know what they put in their dishes, but I am dying to find out. Whenever my family and I go to San Antonio, we eat at Thai Cafe. Thai Cafe will keep you coming back for more. The price per individual and as a group, is inexpensive and family affordable. Thai Cafe is a place for people who like to try new things, and have a passion for Asian Cuisine.