My husband and I went to the restaurant on a Saturday afternoon. The restaurant window display their lunch menu and specials. As we was seat it to our table; we were given a dinner menu. I ask the waitress for the lunch menu. She was not happy nor please. Their lunch menu was different from the window display. She indicates the lunch menu on the weekend is different from the weekday. I ask her why did they not indicate that on their menu by the display window???? My husband and I receive our order; the chicken was dry, egg roll was really greasy and instead of serving us sticky rice they service us white rice-not what we order. The service was lousy, they did not refill our drinks, foods take a long time to come and forget our order. When we ask for the check-the receive already indicate how much we should be given for tips. I also notice several people was waiting for a table and decided to walk out; the restaurant was fairly empty. DISHONEST AND VERY BAD SERVICES!!!
I signed up for "Taste of Thailand" on May 13 and it was amazing night. I was so impressed with the 8 courses of food from starter to dessert and with 4 wine pairing. Also there was a live performance for the central region of Thailand. I had a very good time with my client so I decided to sign up for the next one which is on June 10th. If you love wine, try this and you will love it.
I've been hearing about this restaurant quite a while and just have a chance to try it last weekend. I have to say that the food was great especially the garlic quail for my appertizer. My entress was chilean seabass which is their signature dish, I was so stunned with the first bite that I put it in to my mouth. Try it and you will enjoy your food as much as I did.
Great place to go in Burlingame....
The food was very good. Strongly recommend the Highway Noodles, Chili Fried Pompano and the coconut rice. Good selection at reasonable prices. The only thing is that the service was inconsistent. Recommend getting reservations on Friday and Saturday nights.
If you are interested in trying fusion Thai food...Coconut Bay is the place to go. It has traditional dishes, such as Pad Thai...but most dishes are fusion like their sea bass. Everything's delicious...but you haven't tasted the best dishes until you have tried their pineapple fried rice (elegantly decorated and brought out in a pineapple bowl) There are really good drinks, too, such as their non-alcoholic sugar cane drinks (there are 2...try them both!). Might be considered a bit pricey for Thai food (average $35 pp dinner), but it is well worth the $$$. Highly recommended!