Kruba Thai & SushiThai • Washington, United States
the papaya salad is spicy amazingness.
no frills, no fuss. haircut is $12, shape-up is $7. no complaints from me. seriously, you can't beat that.
owners don't speak a lot of English, but they're super nice.
brunch gem! bottomless mimosas for $6.95 and reasonably priced brunch options: get the belgian waffles with berries and share the country potatoes.
slow service & awful customer service. avoid like the plague.
far more spacious than union square. actually left satisfied & without a headache.
two words: scallion pancakes. get them, get them, get them.
forget those expensive sushi rolls at your neighborhood local sushi bar. the rice balls here are the bomb and cheap! go for the large ya ya shrimp rice ball (tempura shrimp and seaweed).
hidden chinatown gem! amazingly cheap and delicious dumplings. try the pork and cabbage dumplings.
in terms of "carry out" food, it's probably the best in this area. lunch special is only $4.95 from 11-3!
best pizza, ever. large pie is perfect for two adults with a healthy appetite. the pepperoni pie was legit.
brisket moist, yes. mac n' cheese, double yes.
overwhelmingly good selection of cream cheese spreads - try the sun dried tomato spread on multigrain bagel.
the latte was delish and half the hassle to acquire (the line was massive @ Starbucks across the street). definitely prefer this atmosphere over the madhouse that is Starbucks.
note to self: always read foursquare tips before patronizing a business. awful awful awful customer service!
great, friendly customer service, but low, "slap in the face" offers for those looking to sell a car. go the extra mile and sell your car yourself unless it's dire.
so many options! vegetarian dumplings, vegetarian calamari, and pad kee mao with vegetarian chicken - yes, yes, and yes.
took a gamble in coming here; no wait, reasonable prices, and pleasant environment. steak & eggs was tasty! no more endless mimosas or bloody marys, though. ($3 each, which isn't horrible)
pricey, but delicious! get the fiesta veggie burger with multigrain bun if you're a non-meat eater with a serious craving for guac; fries were meh - skip them.