They call theirself Calazian cuisine...what's that? Just another lousy place on the West side that calls itself serving Thai food from an old Taco Bell building. Bad environment, service, food. Combos and confusing menu with a thousand items, I should have known that they can't do much right if they try to sell every dish known to man! Don't waste your time or money!
Citysearch Editorial Review.
This cheerful fast-casual restaurant (located on the site of a former Taco Bell) serves up what it calls "Thai Calazian" cuisine--a mixture of traditional Thai dishes like pad thai, tom kha gai soup and papaya salad, as well as those with international influences, like the Bangkok burritos and Vietnamese-style Saigon Noll. The interior features a counter for ordering and a few brightly colored booths; diners can also sit at tables on the open patio overlooking Washington Blvd. and sip Thai iced tea or coffee with their meals.