I would avoid this place if possible.
Service was slow and rude and argumentative. Glasses were dirty. Meals were bland but OK.
The waiter never spoke to us until he brought the check then suddenly revealed to us that he was capable of speech! Up until the check, his communication was in grunts. Seriously. He grunted every response to us in unintelligible ... grunts.
We had to ask three times for water, which finally came 35 minutes into the meal in dirty glasses. My glass had a greasy orange film inside and floaters.
We had to ask twice for rice and twice for the check.
The waiter argued that our Groupon could not be used with curries or noodles or seafood or rice dishes... but only ENTREES (as distinguished by the "Entree" heading in the menu. Seriously?! So we tried to order Pad Thai and a yellow curry for our Groupon dinner and he kept grunting and pointing to the Entree section of the menu. Ugh.
Cute place good food!.
I love little quaint, local restaurants, and if you are looking for Thai food in Pacifica, this fits the bill! Pages of menu options, and on top of that, they give you a little list of the specials and most popular items from the month before. And they decorate it with the little star stickers we used to get in elementary school when we did a good job.
Food is quick to come out, the service is fast, and the food is yummy too. Normally I split my entree and only eat half, but last night I polished off the entire order of fried rice.
Quality, homemade recipes made to order with love.
Home brewed recipes of the native Thai staff made from scratch and every dish tastes slightly different every time you order it--always great! Will prepare dishes any way you want and can help you decide on dishes. They're happy to answer questions!
BIG menu featuring vegetables(!), beef, chicken, pork, quail, duck, salmon, red snapper, calamari, crab, prawns, squid, mussels, scallops, shrimp, and tofu in yummy red, yellow, and green curries, an unbelievable handmade peanut sauce, soups, salads, steamed rice, fried rice, pad thai (thin rice noodles), pad sew (flat wide rice noodles) or pad woo (glass noodles). Wines, Thai beer, Thai Iced tea, hot Thai tea, & coffee.
Must have? Koong Prink Pow with Red Snapper. Small chunks of snapper covered with a garlic-honey-tamarind sauce soaked breading and served with garlic, basil, bell peppers, and fresh greens.
I have tried 80% of the menu and it has all been excellent!