Best 30 Thai Restaurants in West Bloomfield, MI with Reviews - YP.com
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05/03/2014
By: Marie C.
Sawasdee Thai Restaurant
After years of visiting this restaurant, something happened that will forever change my dining experiences. I was dining with my two young children and cousin, we ordered the same thing as we always do. With the addition of a soup for my son. Our waitress seemed to be new or maybe having a bad day. My cousins takeout came before any other food, then her dinner and the soup were next. 10 min later the rest arrived and was prepared wrong. All forgivable in my eyes, seeing that I have worked this industry many years. The waitress did not return until everyone else had finished. I asked her to remake my food and please box it up, she only offered my extra sauce. I again explained how the dish was incorrect and she then returned within 5 min with a carryout bag. She had dropped off the bill so I then explained that she had overcharged me. She went and grabbed another worker and they started yelling at me and I tried to explain she had made many mistakes and this was just one more. "The owner Mai,"crumbled my entire bill up through it on the table and told me not to return. I tried to speak to her and explain I would pay the correct total. That I'm a repeat customer and she has normally been friendly. I have never been treated with so much disrespect in my life. This women obviously does not value her customers. I will be more than happy to take my buisiness so where else. I
09/09/2012
By: billymo
Bangkok Cuisine
This was the most lifeless boring and one-dimensional Thai food we have ever had. The pad Thai was sweet and had none of the salty-sour complexity of taste that comes with good Thai food. Very few bean sprouts or shrimp; they seemed concerned with the quantity of noodles in the dish when they should have focused on the quality of taste. The gang dang (bamboo shoot coconut milk red curry) was even worse. The bamboo shoots still have the taste of a can and the salty curry sauce is meager in quantity for the amount of bamboo shoots and thin on any complexity of flavor. Worse, when we gave this feedback to the manager, he preferred to argue with us that other people liked it. We did not. I can recommend several places in the Detroit metro area for Thai food with better and more authentic Thai flavors and care of preparation. The most authentic is still to be found downtown at Bangkok Crossing.

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