The Thai House

I grabbed lunch at the Thai House today. I hadnt been there in a while. I definately havent been there since I gave up meat.

I have friends who frequent often for Sushi, but I will give you the advice to not get the Sushi. Red Bento and Tokyo Soeul are much better options for Sushi.

I ordered the Avacado Salad Rolls and Green Curry with tofu and veggies.

I love peanut sauce and avacado so they would have had to really screw it up for me to not like the rolls. The rolls were good with really fresh veggies.

The Green Curry has always been my favorite dish there, so I had NO complaints. Even when I ate meat, I still ordered the tofu version. YUM YUM

I did notice however that the prices have risen dramatically.

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johnhrussell said...

I love green curry, and I found out its really easy to make if you buy the curry paste from the asian market with some coconut milk. Yummy.

Brooke said...

yum yum!

GingerS said...

The spawn is a complete freak about sushi. I don't know where he gets it from, because Ryan and I couldn't care less about it. I mean, I don't hate it, but I'm not into it, either. It's so wasted on me.

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