We went there for dinner on a sunday evening with a bunch of family friends, and every one placed their orders. we have two kids with us and asked for two high chairs .. the waitress comes back and says they only have one and the other one is broken .. wow .. Now i ordered Thai Fried rice with chicken, waitress got back with the dish i started eating and well found that some chicken is not cooked to point where its tasty .. so i asked the waitress if they can fry it a little more, and she smilingly takes the plate and walks in .. a min later, a lady who claims to be the manager walks out with the plate that the waitress just took in and starts yelling, " what do you mean the chicken is not cooked, this is how i eat my chicken, if its not cooked it would be pink, do you see pink ? its white blah blah . i was soo taken back it took me a while to even digest whats happening and reply back to her... obviously not used to being yelled at infront of family and friends. i gently asked her to cook it a little more and she stormed in saying that the chicken would be soo hard and that she is not responsible for it anymore.. once she left it is when i regained my senses and my friends are like "why is she yelling at you" what an insult ? i had to walk to the counter and talk to her about this. ... she apologized for what she did but the insult remains .. ill see to it that the management gets to know about this soon in my own way .. worst place to eat thai
I stopped in here on an unusually hot Saturday afternoon in June. I expected to get out of the heat, only to find they had the large overhead doors open, letting the heat and in. If people want to sit outside in the heat with traffic rushing by, let them. Why must they subject the rest of us to it? The noise level was high both from patrons and traffic. I ordered the individual pizza, which really was more of a snack than a meal. Not a good value. After I finished my pizza, I walked down to McDonalds on Chicago Ave and had a fish sandwich and hot fudge sundae!
Being from the East coast, there was only one type of pizza that I loved: thin crust. Any other version should be considered illegal. However, I was open to trying out Chicago's beloved deep dish pizza. It was a sacrifice I was willing to make. My boyfriend took me to one of his favorite deep dish pizza locations, Lou Malnati. It was in a nice suburban location away from the city. They had a small, private lot however they had an extension on the side for their busier days.I went straight to the Deep Dish Pizza section of their menu.Once we walked into the building, they had a few floors but they sat us on the first floor by the windows perfect for a sunny Sunday afternoon. I have been waiting so long to try Chicago's deep dish pizza so I was excited when I got their menu and flipped towards that section. The Malnati Chicago Classic was the obvious choice to pick with a little bit of everything: sauce, cheese and the sausage! When we spoke with the waiter she had mentioned the personal might be smaller than what we had expected so we both went with the small. Little did we know that the small was enormous more than enough for two people. Since the thin crust pizza was easy to maneuver, I was surprised when Kevin had picked up his fork and knife...to eat the pizza. At first, I fought the idea and picked the slice up and realized there's way too much cheese inside to navigate this. The fork and knife was the way to go until the cheese had somewhat hardened. Then it was much easier to hold on to the crust and eat it. Their buttery crust gave it a nice sturdy crust to support the contents inside. You can tell from trying the sauce it wash homemade. If only they bottled their tomato sauce...if only. Then there was a sausage layer followed by the amazing layer of cheese. It looks overwhelming at first but you realize the necessity since it had to be proportional to the other layers. As much as we thought we could finish the entire pie, we were unsuccessful in our attempt. Luckily, they boxed it up so we could enjoy them later. Since their pizza is amazing, you can get their pizza shipped to your door (link below)! When I'm craving their pizza, I know exactly what to do to satisfy that craving.Order their pizza online: loumalnatis.com/ship-lous