The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Similar to the Cheesecake Factory, dishes are served in ample portions. But here, meals are meant to be eaten family-style--one entree is usually enough for two.
Where to Sit: In addition to the palatial main dining room, the restaurant has a loft-like Buddha-chic bar, as well as a spacious water wall-lined patio that looks over Santa Monica Boulevard.
Parking: Parking is available in the mall's underground garage. With restaurant validation, it's $8 for up to four hours.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
CItysearch Editorial Review
by Randi Schmelzer at Citysearch
Like stepping into a Southeast Asian Fantasyland, this sprawling purple-and saffron-colored restaurant is a dreamscape of exaggerated Eastern imagery with Burmese Buddha statues, gold leaf-overlaid columns, ornately carved teak panels,â¦
By kavyab at Citysearch
Love the ambiance of this place. This is a great place for special occasions, since it has a wonderful decor. Good variety of Asian and Indian men... Read More
ROCKSUGAR... "An Asian Experience!"
By SavorHour at Menuism
My husband and I have always had a distinct admiration for all things of Asian origin. Rugs, sculptures,... Read More
Worth a Try (Once)
By Keikotan at Citysearch
This is a beautiful place to go for a date or a special occasion. The decor and the service here are wonderful, but the food is really a problem. A... Read More
Asian Food, Yes. Good, Yes-ish
By peterbinsurance at Citysearch
Let's just jump right into it shall we? Really satisfying experience. Went with my cousin to this place hoping it will not be another one of "thos... Read More
NOT Thai Food - Disappointing
By Softsoap at Citysearch
Not sure why this place got Best Thai in 2010, it's NOT authentic Thai Food. It's Americanized wanna-be Asian food. Read More