Although this family owned and operated restaurant does not seem very attractive from outside, it has amazing food to offer.
It is clean, the service is friendly and you can wa...
The taste was so bad I couldn't eat my food. Very dissappointed.
The SceneAmbience is almost too fancy a word; except for a few Thai pictures and paintings on the wall, the decor is pretty spare. ("Express" is in the name for a reason. ) The menu, complete with brightly lit pictures, appears above the counter. The FoodThe kitchen is open, so customers can watch the cooks chopping vegetables at a furious rate and stir-frying large woks of beef and tofu. The carryout business is brisk, so nothing sits around very long. Pad Thai is spicy, with just the right amount of egg, peanuts and meat; curry dishes contain a pungent mix of lemon grass, shallot, dried chili, shrimp paste and coconut milk. Order kung pao chicken at most places and you'll just get chicken tenders with peanuts--here, it's tossed with water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, celery, bok choy and carrots. "Hot" really is hot, not "American hot," so stick with medium spice unless you're tough.
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