Great stuff, fried rice was excellent. Everything we ordered was good - portion sizes are quite big. Curries were excellent. Would rate this one very highly.
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This restaurant has just average Thai food. We had the Pad Thai because it was the only item on the menu that could be made gluten free. Bummer.
This gem was on a list of nearby restaurants from our hotel. My family enjoyed the meal immensely and are considering another visit before we head home. The portions are huge and the pricing is quite reasonable for Thai food and the size of the...More
The design and decor of the restaurant reminded us of the classical Thai restaurants in Bangkok from our years living there. The food was reasonably priced, and closely resembles the recipes that Thai restaurants in Bangkok prepare for tourists (but not for locals, who always...More
We were staying a few blocks away, and the concierge recommended Mai Thai. When we walked in at around 8:30 on a drizzly Saturday night, most tables were empty. The waiter was attentive, but not pushy - she gave us exactly the right amount of...More
My dining companion orders Pad Si Ew in every Thai restaurant we visit. And we visit many Thai restaurants because it is a favorite cuisine. Pad Si Ew here is sweeter, saltier and inferior to that served at Beau Thai Shaw.
Decent Thai food, but nothing outstanding- indeed a bit disappointing given the multitude of Thai restaurants in DC nice area of the city and certainly not bad food, just Average
We walked to this restaurant from our hotel and sat outside on this mild night under the stars. After flying in from Texas it was refreshing to sit outside and enjoy our dinner. I enjoyed my mixed veggie with chicken and shrimp; I asked for...More
Here as I write. Refused a seating next to a bucket trapping dripping ceiling water, even tho the place was empty. Tom yum was greasy, yes greasy. Pad Thai was mediocre, and that is pushing it. Service was inattentive, at best, and rushed. Decor is...More