“don't think their curries and stir-fries are all that great.”
“Shockingly horrible service.”
“The food is subpar and is overpriced.”
Worst Thai restaurant I've been to in Boston. Terrible food. Shockingly horrible service. Girl at the front desk is rude. Asked me if I wanted to take food to go, or stay. When I said I wanted to stay, she then said they were closed, in between lunch and dinner. But the door was open, and the restaurant was clearly open. She didn't want to work, and didn't give a shit. As I looked over the takeout/pickup/delivery menu, which clearly stated that the restaurant does deliveries, I asked about delivery, and she said they no longer do it. I mentioned that I live within walking distance. She just smiled as though she couldn't care less. Got home, and the food (pad thai) was the worst I have ever had. I will never go back there again.
Do not recommend this place. The woman / girl behind the counter was not only discourteous but also a bigot. She responded to my request for a glass of water with "You Indians don’t know the concept of waiting; I have other customers to take care of". If I had not paid for my take out, I would have walked out of the place. She continued to glare at me and my friends, and made all of us uncomfortable. The food is subpar and is overpriced. The place is small and not clean. I saw "things" crawling in the kitchen from where I was sitting. In essence, if you are looking to be belittled this is the place for you. If you are looking for a pleasant experience, there are other Thai restaurants in the neighborhood.
Quiet Thai restaurant provides Wellesley Hills residents with an accessible spot for an inexpensive, no-frills meal..
One of the cheapest spots for a meal in all of Wellesley, the Coconut Thai Café serves a straightforward menu of familiar favorites. Most diners go the 'make your own' option by choosing a rice, noodle or curry dish and then pairing it with pork, chicken, beef, shrimp or tofu. The quiet dining area maintains an authentic atmosphere by featuring lots of little Thai knick-knacks. A handful of sidewalk tables provide a sunny seating option.
Does the job, in a pinch. Very passable Thai place out in the burbs. I highly recommend the nur nom tok beef salad and the fresh rolls. The soups are also pretty solid, as are many of the other appetizers. I don't think their curries and stir-fries are all that great. The service is indifferent and a bit slow for a restaurant that doesn't ever appear all that busy. If you're craving Thai and don't want to go too far, Coconut Thai will do just fine.
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