10/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
VISIT: So BF & I were in the Dublin's Hacienda Crossing Shopping Center mid August (wkday evening) coming from Ulta Beauty, when we both look @ each other, ""What are we gonna eat for dinner?"" (yes, we do this alot *tee-hee*) Neither of us could think of anything @ the house & figured we'd just walk up to the theater area since it's surrounded by restaurants. About to make our way to Taxi's when I see Sri Thai restaurant...""Babe let's have Thai food instead"", & in we go =)
LOCATION: On the same section & in btw Taxi's & Starbucks. Plenty of parking in shared lot; depending on time of the day can determine how long u'll drive around to find parking tho. Store front looks small outside, but opens up when you enter.
RESTAURANT: Spacious & clean w/ white table cloth dinning, & armless chairs. Restaurant can prob cater 40-50 people. There was a large party (like of 12) already dinning inside when we got in & few other folks. The place is welcoming for all people shapes & sizes really.
CUST SVC: Upon entrance, flagged down from staff coming from the kitchen ""Party for 2?"" & got seated immediately. Friendly, patient, & prompt staff.
TASTES: We got 2 Thai Teas that were greeeat! We did the ""family style order"" w/ plans to just share, so we got Yellow Chicken Curry (I love yellow curry), Spicy Beef, & Fried Rice. Entree plate sizes were common to other Thai restaurants...not large servings, more like medium size servings. Yellow Curry had cooked the chicken tender & curry was scrum-didly-umptous! Fried rice was just eh ok & pleasing. Spicy Beef...the seasoning was tasty, but we felt the beef was chewy if you will.
FINAL TAB: So 3 entrees & 2 teas later, we end our dinner w/ a $40.45 tab & a lil' bit to take home. Of everything sampled, don't think I'd recommend the Spicy Beef, but everything else is great