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True Thai needs a face lift and it is not alone


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True Thai needs a face lift and it is not alone

rockyd | Jan 29, 2012 10:21 AM

We had dinner at True Thai last night. The food was good, (especially the Thai Duck), but the place is in need of a good cleaning and new carpet and they were out of half the beers on their list (which was stained and food-covered.)

I have noticed that a lot of places have let some of the aesthetics go. Bathrooms not maintained, walls not cleaned by tables. etc. Is this a product of the economy? Is this a sign of a restaurant on its last legs? I am not clean freak, but I do like my dining choices to be at least relatively clean.

I think True Thai will be a take out choice going forward. Anyone else noticing this issue?

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