Restaurants & Bars Southern New England

Anh Thu

phelana | | Jan 17, 2010 10:04 AM

I was in Wormtown for a blitz of a weekend. Mom wanted El Basha but I think her Armenian food is best so she allowed me to take her to Anh Thu. First off the entire city on Sat. was quiet. Price Chopper where we stop for fruit was dead at 11 AM. Bahnan, the middle eastern grocer was empty. Last time we were at Anh Thu it was packed. This time empty. Tea took 10 min to arrive and was luke warm. The server recommended the pork mixed plate for Mom and I chose the tofu stir fry with lemongrass. We had fresh veggie rolls for an app. They were bland but the sauce made them tasty. My food was delicious but devoid of lemongrass. Mom's platter was odd. Two small shell on shrimp, a shrimp patty (ok) and tofu covered shrimp (odd) PLUS SPAM ( I swear) and dried pork. The rice was undercooked. It was a mess of a meal really. The tofu saved us from culinary despair. This was far different than my last successful luncheon on a previous visit.

Back to top