Tried Thai House for a second time hoping my excellent dinner there in December was not a fluke. It wasn't.
Simple lunch, done well. Thai Iced Tea, which I've never had before looked a little scary--the color of orange sherbert, but was good. I liked it.
Chicken noodle soup and fried spring roll came with lunch. Soup was fragrant, flavorful, al dente rice noodles and tender chicken. Spring roll was a bit greasy but flavorful and the "shell" was thin and perfectly crisp. Served with a nice tangy sweet sauce.
Pad Thai was decent, but quite wet and tasted much more eggy than your average pad thai. Good touch to the dish was raw thin sliced cabbage on the side that added a clever counterpoint to the traditionally heavy and soft texture of Pad Thai.
I reccommend their red curry, which I had last time. I order it mild but it always has plenty of kick. The presentation is good and the flavor is fantastic.
It's a great little spot. Much better than you'd suppose from the road.