Thai by Thai is bright, clean and the people are very friendly. The menu is on the wall as you walk in and once you've made your choice, you walk up to the counter and order your food, which is brought to your table soon afterwards.
If you click here it will take you to their website. Scroll down to see their menu. We both ordered the Drunken Noodles, which we have enjoyed at various Thai Restaurants over the years. This one was excellent! I've always wondered how Drunken Noodles gets its name. There are various stories and you can read a few of them here. Gregg is enjoying a nice long glass of cold pink lemonade.
I looked online for a recipe and there are hundreds of them out there, but I couldn't find one that looked quite like the Drunken Noodles we have have had in this area.
It is ideal for the vegetarian but you can add beef, chicken, pork or seafood . I have always ordered the chicken. I can also see sliced hot peppers that are cut like French-style green beans so beware, they are not sliced green beans, and depending on how many seeds there are left in the pepper it can be hot. This dish is usually on the hot and spicy side, but this one was not over the top and I could handle it very well. I don't handle too spicy foods well at all. At another restaurant I go to I order a coconut punch which has milk in it, but a Chinese friend once told me that if I drink milk with a spicy meal, this would take the heat off the tongue. Probably Thai Tea has the same effect. I found a recipe for the tea here. If ever we have brought spicy food home the milk always works for me, though I didn't have to use that trick this time and drank plain old water. There are also wide rice noodles which are fantastic, cut tomatoes, sweet peppers, onions and basil and it is all placed on a large lettuce leaf. The sauce is incredible.