I still don't get it. I have been to Thailand (who knows - maybe I took a wrong turn at the airport and ended up in Myanmar). But unless my memories are completely worthless - street food, this ain't. Hit and miss is a bit of an understatement - this place is more of a miss.
Unfortunately, Thai restaurants are still treating Americans the way Chinese restaurants did 20 years ago (only they typically charge more...). Give us real Thai food - we're all grown up now - we can handle it.
5 Seasons - My lunch salad (a "starter" portion) cost $9 - field greens, a few stale croutons and shredded chicken that tasted of boiled dishwater. The tomato vinaigrette was nice though. 4 different waiters (I was alone), and infuriating, wavy plates that randomly flip your silverware into your lap.
Not going back until the prices are half as much, the food is twice as good (at least) and they trash all of those silly plates.
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