I came here for a graduation dinner after a nearby establishment that will remain unnamed coldly refused our party. At Thai Landing, the hostess sat us upstairs so we could have more privacy. The waitress was very cheerful and patient and the menu was able to accommodate those who had peanut allergies. I also like to come here for lunch and order smaller dishes like spring rolls. On a side note, when I play tour guide to Baltimore, I like to start in Mount Vernon and walk down Charles Street. This is a nice part of the city and it is a treat on a sunny day to bring your walking shoes and have lunch and visit attractions like the Walters Museum, Peabody Library, Washington Monument, Basilica, etc. before heading to the Inner Harbor. I usually park in a University of Baltimore garage and take the Circulator back.