This restaurant looks very inconspicuous, but you will feel that it is really good when you come in and experience it. The service here is top-notch. The seven people who came with us are here patiently waiting. During the waiting time, we are thinking about who wants to eat and how to split the payment. There is a fairly extensive menu, and the dishes are really large. I ordered the Thai beef and meatball noodle soup, I think it is really enough for four people. In addition, there are also good beers and mixed drinks. When you come to downtown Las Vegas, I strongly recommend you to eat here.
The simpler Thai restaurant ordered two soups and a bowl of rice. Everyone divided them. The overall taste was good. It tasted better than beef hamburgers, the price was a bit more expensive, and the environment was really average.
American-style Thai food, I never knew that Thai food is so popular here in Lao Mei. The charcoal-roasted pork meat has also been specially modified for the taste of Lao Mei. The lean meat part is obviously more than the fat part, but it feels so. Instead, there is no special feeling of pork neck meat.
I finally arrived in Las Vegas and ate very authentic Thai food. My favorite is the raw shrimp salad, which must be ordered every time~ the shrimp head will be taken away and the shrimp is fat and creamy~ pork neck, sea bass, pineapple rice , Curry shrimp and crab can be dripped according to the mood of the day~
The Thai restaurant in Las Vegas, the dishes are rich, the spice flavor is not as heavy as the authentic Thai food, curry chicken, lemon fish, fried rice, etc. are very popular!