Our first time at Sukhothai. Their web site sure makes them sound like they have great Thai food. It is in a not-so-great neighborhood, on Parliament Street. I would not want to go there at night.
I ordered the mango juice. It was pretty watered down but still tasted good.
Husband ordered the Pad Kee Mao w/ chicken. The web site describes this as “Savoury, hot and spicy stir-fried rice noodles with a choice of chicken, beef, tofu or shrimp. A delicious alternative to the slightly sweet Pad Thai. Other ingredients: green and red peppers, mushrooms, eggs and basil leaves”
I ordered the Sukhothai Pad Thai w/ shrimp. The web site describes it as “Our “Sukh’ed up”, Northern Thai version of the Pad Thai is a must to try. You will find a slightly different take on Pad Thai depending on where you are in Thailand. This is a taste of our Chef’s hometown goodness. Extras: made with peanuts, more herbs and a small-town, northern-style, authentic-Thai twist.” It was a pretty large portion. I liked it at first, but toward the end, I was tired of the taste and couldn’t finish it.
The service was pretty much unfriendly and uninterested. I do not plan to return.