The Mangowhat a treat. Welcome to Phil and Brad, Hope you decide to attend again.
A very personable venue that greeted me with the delicious aroma of things to come. Our server was a refreshing character and provided great suggestions when it came to the food and drink.
The appetizers were outstanding. The spring rolls were amazing, both the deep fried and cold. You could see the whole shrimp through the rice paper of the fresh shrimp rolls. Phils seafood tom yum was bursting with ingredientsmussels, shrimp, crab, too bad I am not a seafood lover cause it looked good. Randys coconut/curry soup was delicious and rich with an infusion of fresh lime. My crispy tofu and tempura egg plant was great; I think that even Brad liked it after being pressured into trying something new. There was a combo appetizer ordered that combined different spring rolls, chicken satay, and a mango salad that was plentiful and so good, I can still taste it.
We had 3 separate sectors at the table that night, 2 of us had the cashew chicken, 2 had the ginger beef, and 2 had the seafood selections. My cashew chicken was great. With the addition of the steamed rice made it a rockin and filling dish. I tried the ginger beef and thoughtWow, next time Im getting the ginger beef. The seafood combo was hearty and rich. The option of rice combos looked so worth it, the fried rice with shrimp meant exactly that, like 6 whole shrimp in the bowl of veg fried rice. Seems to be more than your moneys worth.
There was a constant flow of people coming in for take out..that says it all. The food was delicious, and there was lots of it. Great food and great value. Good pick Justin, I probably would have never gone there but now I am sure to go again.
Michelle has the next pick and has chosen to go to Pats 887 Division St, Kingston for a Cambodian treat. The date will be revealed later as I have to check my schedule to make sure that I can attend.
Heres to looking forward