This place rocks. It is as authentic as I've had outside Thailand. We've been there multiple times, and the food is consistently outstanding. Heat level is, of course, thankfully toned down for American taste buds, but the flavors are amazingly complex and rich, and you can order Thai hot if you so choose. From standards such as Pad Thai or Pad Kra Pow, through curries, all the way out to more interesting and unique dishes not found at most standard Thai restaurants - we have never been disappointed. Eating in the bar is nice as well, and they have a decent selection of wines. Highly recommended.
Bai Tong really does it right. They have a beautiful restaurant, the food is amazing and their service strikes a perfect balance between warm and efficient. We have been there at least 20 times and they have satisfied us 100% of the time. We have also brought friends there on multiple occasions and they have always left with he same good feelings we have for this delightful place. If you eat their crispy garlic chicken, you will smile broadly and will insist on going back again and again.
The restaurant was very appealing and the servers were attentive. We tried a number of dishes and all were good but the Crispy Chicken was outstanding. I would recommend you reserve a table or be prepared to wait for a while. They will give you a time when your table will be available if you are waiting. We went with family and had a great time.
This is a great place to go for a scrumptious Thai meal. It's a relatively new building and has a striking modern decor. What sets it apart is the food; each dish we had was delicious. One can order each dish with a specified degree of spice; we found 3 stars out of 5 to be just about right. Our server was exceptionally patient as we waited for a third guest to arrive, and she accommodated our special requests cheerfully. I don't eat much Thai cuisine, but this meal gives me the desire to try it more.
It is a relatively large-scale Thai restaurant. Both the exterior decoration and the interior furnishings are quite Thai. The waiter in the restaurant does not feel much like it except for a female who is like a Thai. It's a bit of a mix and match bar style, in addition to the dishes, there is also a bar offering a variety of wines. Just as Chinese food has become an improved version in Europe and America, so is Thai food. It is still slightly different from the Thai food eaten in Asian countries, but the taste is not bad. The service is also more thoughtful, of course, the service fee is also mandatory 18[%].