Ate at the 308 Lake Ave store on 6/18/2009 so its been 4 months since or experience. Was so pumped up to eat at what looked like a very nice place. Asked some passers-bye if they ever ate there. There were visitors from SD, CA and said it was expensive but good. We figured SD's would know something about ethnic? We were very wrong.
Friend had the volcano or something? A $22+ plate. Consisted of what must have been pre boiled shrimp, not many, and not big. Not cooked in with any sauce or flavor or anything. Should have been about $10 to $12 and even less for the pathetic attempt at flavor.
Other friend had some chicken red curry. It was good. Possibly the best of all, but still nothing amazing. Simply good.
Triple Delight @ $12 was OK. Kids had it and I ate some. Good. Not great app plate.
Shrimp Phad Tahi @ $14 was pathetic. Basically top roman with a packet of seasoning thrown on top, pre cooked shrimp with no flavor. An extremely lame meal.
I Chicken Basil @ $14 and it was OK. Nothing great flavor wise. Basil was not a significant part of the plate as it is at other thai restaurants. Boring.
Extra Chicken Prik King @ $14 was OK. Good vegetables. Boring flavors.
In all, the meal was horrible in relation to the prices. I would have paid $5 for these and probably still never have come back.
They apparently do not cook ANY of the protiens in with ANY of the sauces or flavorings at all. The shrimp comes out looking like it was freshly boiled or more likely defrosted. The chicken never tasted like its accompanying sauces, flavors, etc. Not that big of a deal since none of that flavors were significant or memorable in any way.
And who just puts seasoning on top of noodles in hot water with shrimp and calls it a meal and charges $14 for it?
Pros: Nice decore, clean, 'acceptible' service
Cons: Boring to horrible food, over priced, lame presentation