We were craving for some Tom Kha soup last night, so I turned into YP app looking for a Thai restaurant nearby. I was a bit confused at first because according to YP they are closed, all I can think of was how can a restaurant be close on a Sat night dinner time. It can't be, we took a U turn and decided to stop by anyway. Glad we did, it's a NICE little hidden GEM, friendly staff had our Tom Kha soup, we requested not spicy and it was delicious. My 14 year old does not eat spicy food, my husband can however his nose starts to run immediately after a bite, I needed a little spice so she brought me a spices to add on and it was perfect. We ordered only 2 entrees, my husband ordered panan, I think is what it was called with the peanut sauce, it was delicious. My son ordered the green curry, this was also exceptional. After our dinner she brought us warm (perfect temp) pineapple with honey tea... Really good. She noticed how my son loved the tea and she gave him a cup to go. We eat out a lot and we are willing to try anything once. Our motto is "let's go and try it and if we don't like it we just won't go back". WELL, Thai Island, WE WILL DEFINITELY BE RETURNING TO.
I ate here last Monday, August 25th. I order the deep fried red snapper, which was cooked to perfection. The portion was so large, my wife and I were advised by out waiter, Ed, to split it between us. We were so glad he made that recomendation. The fish sauce on rice was delicious, as was the chili jam. For dessert, we ordered bananas in a phyllo pastry, drizzled with honey, and sprinkled with sesame seeds. It was decadent !! We also ordered the fried cheesecake, with vanilla ice cream on the side. If you've never had cheesecake made this way, you owe it to yourself to try this, you'll never want to eat it any other way. After all this, and 4 cocktails, the total was less than $100 for the two of us. I felt like we got a bargain. The interior decorations were so extravagant, we could harly contain our excitement. Authentic, hand carved decor abounded. Bring a camera, or you'll be sorry you didn't get some pictures. I would definitely say this place is a must-do. I can't wait to come back again. Thanks again Ed, from the couple from Connecticut.
Wow. What a meal, and the service outstanding. Currently, I am traveling around the country on my motorcycle; I have eaten at Thai restaurants throughout the country. The Ayothaya Thai Cuisine, in Orlando, Florida is the best. I ordered the Pad Priew Wan, (Sweat and Sour) Chicken, P15. For an appetizer I ordered vegetable spring rolls; the spring rolls were very appetizing. The main course was full of flavor and tasteful. On a dare, I tried the sticky rice as my desert. The coconut flavor in the rice was not for me. However, my personal dislike for the rice should not a distractor from the for meal. If you live or travel within Orlando, stop by the Ayothaya Thai Cuisine for a nice meal.