A group of us, and myself included, dined here last night. The service was quite show due to only one waitress working the tables. I'm not sure if anyone else was available to help serve or not. I thought the serving portions seemed a bit...More
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Stopped in for lunch and not a bad stop. The service was great and lot's of choices. The atmosphere was nice. It was a nice change from the water front restaurants.
Besides Thai, a good sushi bar. Can be a bit pricey if you get appetizers, separate entrees for each person, etc. Portion sizes are big, so, unless you are really hungry, two people can share an appetizer or two and one entree.
Never had Sakki till I came to Thai Peppers. I enjoy Duck and was able to have a few choices here. Sushi Bar has reopened after closing for a few months. Convenient parking and easy walk to the water front
Freshly prepared, one of the best places for a change of pace from the water front restaurants..family friendly and food for everyone.
We eat here several times a month. Very good sushi and Thai food. Portions are great. Nice variety on the menu.
Good food, very friendly service. Food cooked to order so it does take a while, but definitely worth the wait. My only complaint is the restaurant is old and dark , not very well lit or nicely decorated definitely not a first date first impression...More
This was the first time we had been here in many years. Food was great and service was as well. Kids rated the pineapple fried rice (comes with shrimp and chicken) as 5/5. Large portions- kids were able to share and had plenty. Adults had...More