Kay's Place

★★★★☆

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I just discovered this place last week. I was happy to see a little culture in downtown New Britain. I would have never thought I would find something out of the ordinary from Subway and Chinese downtown NB. I moved here 2 mos ago and, well, hate it. I had the Pad Thai and my friend had the Drunken Noodle. It's really hard to go wrong with these dishes, and they didn't. The noodles were a bit undercooked for the Pad Thai, but it didn't bother me because the sauce and flavor was fine. My friends noodles were really good. There are those little things that they don't usually do at ordinary Thai restaurants. The peanut sauce was actually crushed peanuts and a sweet mango sauce. When they bought it out, I was thinking "Oh no, why did they have to change it?" Then I tasted it and it was REALLY good. Not just the flat peanut buttery sauce that I'm use to. The ambiance... well, there really isn't any. The tables and booths were waaaay to close together. I'm not a big girl, but found myself squeezing in and out of the booths (this was before I had anything to eat). But I got use to it. Maybe a quirky first date place after beers or a movie or something, but not anything you are going to impress anyone with... unless they really like Thai. This place was a breath of fresh air, and I hope it gets enough patrons so it will stay open.

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★★★★☆

I just discovered this place last week. I was happy to see a little culture in downtown New Britain. I would have never thought I would find something out of the ordinary from Subway and Chinese downtown NB. I moved here 2 mos ago and, well, hate it. I had the Pad Thai and my friend had the Drunken Noodle. It's really hard to go wrong with these dishes, and they didn't. The noodles were a bit undercooked for the Pad Thai, but it didn't bother me because the sauce and flavor was fine. My friends noodles were really good. There are those little things that they don't usually do at ordinary Thai restaurants. The peanut sauce was actually crushed peanuts and a sweet mango sauce. When they bought it out, I was thinking "Oh no, why did they have to change it?" Then I tasted it and it was REALLY good. Not just the flat peanut buttery sauce that I'm use to. The ambiance... well, there really isn't any. The tables and booths were waaaay to close together. I'm not a big girl, but found myself squeezing in and out of the booths (this was before I had anything to eat). But I got use to it. Maybe a quirky first date place after beers or a movie or something, but not anything you are going to impress anyone with... unless they really like Thai. This place was a breath of fresh air, and I hope it gets enough patrons so it will stay open.

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