Their lunch special comes with rice, soup or salad and a spring roll. Both the soup and the spring rolls are vegetarian and there are veggie-friendly choices for lunch as well. All of their food comes with a choice of mild, medium or spicy.
The soup was flavorful and light. The spring rolls with okay, but not great. The dipping sauce they were served with was different than anything we’ve had before and had little flavor. We both enjoyed a Thai iced tea, $2.
Wendy ordered the Tamarind tofu with cashews, $8 (also available with chicken). Lightly breaded and fried it had a hint of sweetness and was crisp and delicious! It was served on a bed of lettuce which we found a bit odd.
Ian had the pumpkin curry and asked for it spicy. He was happy with how hot it was. He found the potatoes good but the pork tasteless and chewy. $8The food is presented really nicely. The service is prompt and friendly. The restaurant was nearly empty when we were there, so that may have played a roll in how quickly we were served.
There is some street parking right in front of the restaurant and an additional (small) lot behind the building. The restaurant is centrally located and after lunch we enjoyed a stroll through downtown Petaluma.