Finally we go to go! We called ahead to make reservations, but as it turns out they were not needed, the lady on the phone told us to just come in. Se we did.
This place is located at 1415 n. Hamilton St. Spokane in the the Gonzaga area of town. It is very welcoming inside, the kind of place that will make you want to visit Thailand.... Geo always wants to go.
We ordered Tom Kha soup....one of our favorites. This is is made with tomatoes... a little different style than other places I have been. It was good! Curiously enough we were asked what kind if meat we wanted in our soup. Other places I have been, it has always been served with chicken, so we asked for chicken. This was our choice of "appetizer."
To go with our soup, we ordered the sticky rice. I think I prefer the regular rice, for the soup, but Geo really liked the sticky. We also ordered Pad Thai and Drunken Noodles and Mussamun Curry with Rice. We also had Thai Tea. There were three of us eating and when we were done we still had food to take home.
The waitress returned after taking our order and told us they had run out of chicken so we had to make adjustments in our order. Instead of chicken in the Tom Kha, we had beef and we liked it very much.
Out meal began with a little salad. This was a nice surprise.
We enjoyed our soup first (not pictured) followed by the rest.
We had pork in the Pad Thai and Shrimp for the Drunken Noodles and I do not remember what we asked to have for the curry, but it came with chicken... to our surprise.
|Drunken Noodles with Shrimp|
|Mussamun Curry with Rice|
We really liked the curry. It wad very peanutty and yummy-spicy too. We would have had to ask for (or order) more rice to go with the curry though...if we didn't already have so much food to eat.
The other two dishes were good, but did not stand out, like the curry!
It is really good to have another Thai food restaurant in town and a pretty one too. There are definitely some special touches here....
They have what they call, a "spirit house." (seen here in the left.) Most Thai food places have some representations of their homeland culture, usually there are pictures of the king and queen, sometimes little altars with fruits and food and things... but this is the first spirit house I have seen or noticed. I did not inquire about the house, but you can read about it at the links provided here if you want to know more about what it is, or you can ask if you visit.