Great food that a little overpiece. The place is downstairs with the buildings lobby and elevator as part of the space, but other than that its o.k. space. The food is great and made to how hot you want it. I guess you pay more than you should in Park City, but it would be a value if they cut the prices by 25%. I eat there a couple of time each summer and never leave feeling that I didn't get great food and that I spent a little too much for it.
Great Curry. The curry was yummy! They did ask if I wanted rice, which I thought was odd, but I don't remember if they charged me for ordering it. It should come with the curry. The friend I was dining with ordered a glass of red wine that turned out to be just awful. The waiter gladly exchanged it for a more expensive wine and charged her for the lesser amount. Nicely done!
Worst experience EVER!!!! STAY AWAY!!!!.
Worst experience EVER!!!! STAY AWAY!!!! First, we ordered chicken skewers and the insides were RAW!!! They were completely pink inside!! We tried to complain and they didn't even care let alone apologize. THEN, when we demanded new chicken because the first order was inedible, they only brought us 2 skewers (instead of 3) because they said we already ate 1. (We cut it in half so we could see the pink inside.) A nice place would have at least comp'd the appetizer.
The experience only got worse from there. A lot of us ordered curry and the waitress asked if we wanted brown rice or white rice with our curry. So we told her what we preferred. But when the check came, they charged us $2 extra for each white rice and $5 for each order of brown rice!! And they even put on one to many orders of rice!! They never told us that the rice was extra... who the heck serves curry without rice?? When we complained, again, they didn't care. I think they did take off the one order of rice that we didn't order but they never even bothered about the others.
Such a rude awful place. We could have been poisoned and they didn't even blink an eye. Do not go.
Expensive and Pretentious.
You got to love a place that makes up for poor food by giving you small servings and trying to make it look good. Ok, you do not have to love it and neither did I. We had two couples and we ordered the chef's special with the wine option. The idea is that you are suppose to get an a five course meal with a different complementary wine. The problem was that they were not able to serve the wine at the same time as the food.
I spent $300 on the meal and we were all still hungry.
Big Mistake. Not the same as Bangkok Thai in Salt Lake City. Apparently separated long ago. Avoid this place - it is not in any way acceptable.
Good Tai food in nice casual place.. Nice, quiet, casual atmosphere. Music not interfering with conversation, although I would expect Tai or at least Oriental music to complement the ambience. Some tables to close to kitchen door - open, or covered with unsighty sheet of plastic foil. Casual, unpretentious service with average knowledge and speed. Quite extensive wine list. Food was good, although not very sophisticated, with rather simple range of tastes and aromas typical for Tai food. Prices average for touristy town main street place. Recommend for casual relaxed dining.
Time for Thai. Make time for this Thai restaurant! There are numerous menu offerings, the food is delicious, the presentations are artful, the servers are attentive, the ambiance and the decor are pleasurable.
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