Friendly people, good service. Small so it could get crowded. Food was well prepared.. Would go there again.
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I visited this restaurant for dinner with my family while on a trip to Williams. It’s a tiny place on a side street off Route 66 and was almost full when we arrived. I don’t know if they were surprised by the crowd or understaffed,...More
This place really reminded me of Thailand: not the most cosy, or clean place to go, but very delicious food! Don't expect the best service or a fancy restaurant, but just a place with people working hard to get some nice food on your plate....More
This is a typical thai pop & mom restaurant. The service is friendly and efficient but very busy as she seems to do all the cooking as well. That's not the case and you'll enjoy the setting and home made cooking. The little daughter (3?)...More
I stayed in Williams for a few nights and ate at a couple of the breweries and taphouses... they were all terrible. This little hole-in-the-wall Thai restaurant was by far the best food I had in the whole town. Affordable and tasty.
This is an off the beat small restaurant. Food is very good. Small portions at lunch time but good service and attitude.
We had steamed dumplings and Panang Curry. Level 2 spicy was quite spicy indeed. Dumplings were a little hard, and for $7 we got just 4.
This small restaurant is basic in all aspects. Hard seats, not table cloths paper napkins. The food was just okay. The beef was poor quality with the sauce poured over it and the chicken dish was all batter. So there are better places in Williams...More
We were in town only one night, so we were lucky to find Dara. We had spring rolls, the green curry, and seafood with ginger. Everything was terrific. As other reviewers have noted, there is only one server, and she is really busy! So expect...More