I went into the Thai Farm restaurant at around 11:30 a.m. I asked to be seated at a booth and I WAS seated at a booth by the hostess. I was asked by a waitress if I wanted an appetizerand I said that I would like the Tom Yum with seafood. As the waitress brought the soup out, I was approached by the owner of the establishment and …he asked me to move to a single table, instead of the booth that I was ORIGINALLY SEATED at. I was the ONLY PERSON IN THE RESTUARANT. But he insisted that I move. I left the restaurant and will never return and I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone because of the condescending way that I was treated. Period.