We had tom yum soup, which was tasty, but lacking sufficient solids. Similarly, the ginger pork had a thin liquid base. The Pad Woonsen angel-hair noodle dish was far richer.
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The service and food was excellent, it may be difficult to find as it is in a strip mall but well worth experiencing
Was very skeptical when stepping in, but was surprised with taste and options available in Green Papaya. Have tried quite a few vegetarian dishes here and they are authentic thai taste. Drinks are decently priced and nice ambience too. Good enough parking space aswell..
I have eaten her a few times. The food is good the prices are reasonable. Everything else is just so so but what's more important?
I have eaten here for business lunches or dinners, meeting friends, and even eating alone, but over the last few years, this has become my families #1 place for takeout. We have two vegetarians, who are easily accommodated by substituting tofu for meat proteins. They...More
Came in here for a quick business lunch: fairly bland decoration, prompt service, food is good but not outstanding - it's all cooked and served very quickly - so a good pit-stop but maybe not the best cuisine and delicate seasoning and spices you might...More