No, this is not going to be "authentic" Thai food, but that's not exactly rare in the States. Amarin is one of the better Thai restaurants in the area, and most of them aren't at all "authentic." They offer the normal curries and noodle dishes along with the basic sushi options, so don't expect anything daring or unusual here. But for a basic Thai-style dinner in a midwestern American city, this place isn't bad. We have had attentive service during 2 visits but the place was completely empty both times. It might be different if it got busy. Overall a decent restaurant, not memorable but not bad either.
This was my 4th time at Teak. Our server's name was John. The food was great as always. The service was awful. It was a Saturday night and apparently (according to John) 3 servers called off and the hostess had a bloody nose. Eww! Why should I have to know that. He did take off my appetizers which was nice. It shouldn't matter what is happening in the back of the house, just make the guests feel comfortable and happy.
It's a new sushi place so I gave a try and didn't know that it's actually a Vietnamese and Sushi bar. I've only tried Bun bowl and hot dynamite roll. But I was pleasantly surprised with the portion of bowl and good sushi. It's so exciting to have a new Vietnamese restaurant finally around UC campus. The restaurant is relatively unknown but it makes me want to come and check another dishes.