The restaurant was busy, but they were able to seat us right away. Zach was done with drinking so he ordered a non-alcoholic drink. I went for more wine and chose a nice Viognier. I mean, hey, I was on vacation so why not?! We started with the Golden Bags as an appetizer. These petit, crispy, rice paper bags were filled with sauteed sweet potatoes, onions, and curry powder served with a cucumber salad. I liked the pairing of a fresh cucumber salad with the fried golden bags as they complemented each other well.
The food and service were good. The only downside was the high prices as the entrees were $15 each and the starter was $7. Not really that high, but high for a Thai restaurant in downtown Paso Robles. That said, with the few vegan options in this city, I think it was a great place to go for a nice, hearty dinner. And afterwards, you can stroll through the quaint, little town.
828 11th Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446