Galae Thai

I took the Metro to Dana (my wife) workplace and went to Galae restaurant with her and her sister. They both work at USPTO so the place is near by. The Galae’s decoration is quite attractive. The menu is designed in a wooden box and the chopsticks were placed in a bamboo. The little details enhance the experience.

We started off with Pla Muek Tod (fried squids). The squids were a bit too small. The mango salad was decent. I wish it were hot. The seafood Panang was way too sweet and creamy. It didn’t quite suit my taste. The beef drunken noodle was probably the best out of the meal. The beef was tender and the noodle was not so sticky.

Not a bad place to have a nice lunch. Took quick nap on the train. Felt revived to get back to work, but needed a gallon of water.