Fun, delicious thai!.
I have been looking for a good thai restaurant since I moved to Chicago and thought this one fit the part! I was in the 900 shops when I stumbled upon it - had a cocktail with my dinner, the manager delivered great service and plan to go back... check it out!
This place was awful!.
My husband and I stopped in there after a morning of shopping and it was terrible. The food & service left us with a thorough understanding of why there was no wait (to sit and eat) on a very busy day during the holiday season. We waited 75 minutes to get our food and watched a group of 5 people give up and leave the restaurant after an hour of waiting for their order. The Pad Thai was terrilble and lacked the flavor that I was expecting. My husband's Orange Chicken was too sweet... The waitress's excuse was even worse. "Sorry, the kitchen is backed up and I can't promise you when you'll get your food- If I tell you 10 minutes and it takes more than that then you'll be mad at me." Stay away from this place!
Casual Pan-Asian restaurant draws 900 North Michigan shoppers.. In Short Located on the sixth floor of the Bloomingdale's building, this orange- and green-lit eatery is bright, sleek and comfortable, with floor-to-ceiling views of North Michigan Avenue. Lunchtime crowds consist of shopping tourists with packages in hand. The bamboo-accented dining room serves Asian dishes, like Chinese stir-fry, Thai noodles and Japanese sushi. Other entrees include chicken pad thai, red curry, California rolls and dragon rolls.
Well, this Thai & Sushi place was pretty good, but certainly not great. Service was pleasant enough, prices pretty good, but the sushi was not very good at all. I'm not saying it was terrible or inedible, but I usually enjoy eating sushi. This was just kind of Blah. Hard to explain. Tempura was good, seaweed salad was fun and very good. Next time, I think I would try the Thai food (the $10 lunch buffett looked good) and go somewhere else for Sushi.