This was somewhat of a special occasion for me, I was dining with my childhood friend Thomas. Thomas has a one of a kind pallet, he is a certified Sommelier and knows more about wine than anyone I know. He also works at the only 5 star 5 diamond restaurant in town, Kai, so if anyone knows how a fine food establishment should be run, its him. Well Thai Dressing has that phrase in their name, so it is time to put that claim to the test. First thing Thomas noticed was the Quality dish ware, although they did forget the knife. The vibe was decent, I would say it lives up to the name, fine dining. The Chicken Satay was good, the peanut sauce looked scary, but was delicious. The Pad Thai came out a little too "slimy" for my taste, once it sat for a while, and even the next day, it got better. The Chicken Panang Curry was amazing, it partially made up for the Pad Thai. Someone peaked in the door at 8:29 and asked if they were still open, but the server/possible owner guy said "no, we are closing" odd choice for a small business. A couple quick observations,
1. If you claim fine dining the server should box up the meal to go if the patron requests the rest of the meal to go.
2. Be completely on point as far as service, our server wasn't on top of it like he should have been.
Thai Satays $7.95
Chicken Pad Thai $10.95
Chicken Panang Curry $10.95
Total: 20 out of 30