07/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The location is not the best, but the food and service make up for it. We went late on a Thursday and had no trouble parking or getting a table. The ginger chicken soup was excellent. The Evil Prince with chicken is not to be missed! The Pad Thai comes mild with no peanuts, which made it a bit bland at first. We mixed in the chile sauce and crushed peanuts provided at the table and it became very delicious. I recommend asking for medium spice when ordering it, which they later told us could be done even though the menu says mild only. The Panang Curry didn't live up to the hype on the menu. I suspect we would have found the Yellow Curry tastier, but we decided to experiment a bit. We had no room left to try the special Mango Rice dessert. The menu seems to be the same as Keo's, which you can view online at keosthaicuisine dot com, but the prices are $5 less per dish owing to the lower cost location. It's not the best Thai food I've ever had, but that's just because I've run into some to die for Thai restaurants in my travels, all of which are half a world away from Hawaii. Overall, it was a very pleasant experience and I'd gladly go back again.