After being told multiple times that this place had good food (and being a huge Thai food fan), I stopped in to pick up an order of pad Thai and tom kha gai soup. For starters I would never actually sit in there -- the place is a dark, shady food-court looking hole in the wall. being from New Jersey, I'm a big fan of seedy restaurants, but this place was not a place I'd want to eat.\r
The soup was actually not bad. A little watery, not enough coconut milk and she used baby corn, which I've never seen used in tom kha gai before. The pad Thai was absolutely horrendous. The sauce for the noodles was opaque. Real pad noodles were not even used -- they looked like linguine noodles. It was soupy and oversauced, the noodles were soggy and wet. Not the best experience, and while it didn't cost much, I will never go there. If you want good Thai food, your best bet is SukhoThai in Albany.
Pros: fast service
Cons: sketchy food, not so great environment in which to eat, watery soup, incorrect preparation