my favorite Thai place in Boston!.
Love this place. Used to go here when it was Brown Sugar. The quality of food didn't chage after it became Taitaion, 'cos the chef is still the same. She bought this place and I see her once in a while, 'cos I live in the neibourhood. Love their fried rice, especially with mangos. Everything is fresh and delicious! Staff is very friendly and attentive.
The service was friendly and very fast. The dishes were delicious, stuffed full of beautiful fresh vegetables and the portions were generous. We got pretty standard fare, a green curry with chicken and some pad thai. Other reviews complain about the prices but $12-13 for a large dinner dish with plenty of leftovers seems fine to me. We just moved to the neighborhood and this will be our go-to place. yum.
Authentic Thai eatery brings a taste of Bangkok to the Fens.
Nestled in Fenway lies Thaitation, a date-friendly restaurant with a menu that's as extensive as it is authentic. It comes complete with former Brown Sugar cook Ratana Chourattana, who brings with her a rich variety of Bangkok-style curries. Inside, the restaurant is all yellows and browns with dark wooden accents. Though the menu reaches far, the real noise here are the house specials. Try the Old Lady Spicy Chicken on for size (featuring eggplant, peppers, green beans and sweet basil in the Chef's Special Spicy Sauce) or the Seafood Volcano, a smorgasbord that more than lives up to its name. Cool down any lingering spiciness with desserts like Coconut Mousse with Mango or Chilled Lychee.