We got a seat almost immediately by a most friendly fellow who noticed that the booth we requested was not yet cleaned off. He took care of it right away and apologized. Not a problem!
My son and I both enjoyed a Thai iced tea (I love those). It was pretty good! In fact, I found it downright refreshing!
For starters, we ordered the Chicken Lettuce Wraps made with diced chicken, shitake mushrooms, water chestnuts, carrots, scallion and garlic. What I liked about the lettuce wraps is they are just enough to get you through while you wait for your main course to arrive. Not too filling, but still satisfying. So good!
My son and I agreed that we would both have the Wonton Noodle Soup bowl. If you love wonton soup, you’ll absolutely love this. It’s made with pork and shrimp wontons, baby bok choi, with egg noodles all in a light chicken broth; served in a big bowl. It’s so good. The wontons were so fresh and yummy.
My wife had the Pad See You, which is fat rice noodles stir fried with eggs, bean sprouts, mushrooms, bell peppers, with red onion; garnished lime and cilantro. She very much liked it, and so did I after several samplings of my own.
Our daughter went with the Lo Mein noodles, made from egg noodles, stir-fried with celery, carrots, mushrooms, bean sprouts, and scallions. After several samplings of her plate, I have to admit, I’d be tempted to order that dish on my next visit. Who am I kidding though, I’ll be ordering the same thing I had tonight.
Our waiter was a very friendly guy who checked back with us several times to make sure everything was okay. I like that. It’s nice to know that there are places still in existence that still care enough to check back with their customers often.
If you like East Asian food, then I guarantee you will like Thai Foon, so the next time you’re in the Settlers Ridge area, give Thai Foon a try.
You won’t be disappointed!
- Aperture: ƒ/2.8
- Camera: iPhone 4
- Taken: 14 January, 2012
- Focal length: 3.85mm
- ISO: 160
- Shutter speed: 1/15s