We went on a night that was pretty slow for them. They have plenty of tables for groups or for two people. They also serve traditional Thai dishes, so there is a variety of choices.
Everything was great thank you
thank you for the wonderful experience we will be back.
The food was great, the server is so nice - we enjoyed our dinner. The garlic bread is on the expensive side. I wish that they have plain bread to soak the wonderful sauce.
Courteous Service, Clean Bathroom's. very Clean Resturant
Jonathan and Maryanne E.
6 years ago
Excellent service!! Cristina
The service was excellent! The wait staff was attentive, answering all the questions about the food, very personable and friendly!
This is not a good place to eat. They are chintzy. We ordered the seafood platter for $39.99. The menu state- two different clusters of crab legs. I received two legs of one and one leg of the other. It also mentioned 6 sausages. We received 6 thinly sliced pieces of sausages. Disappointing. I talk to the waitress to no avail; I will not eat here again.
From Our Editors
Shrimp is the signature dish at Seafood Bucket, where chefs season prawns to each customer's specifications and heap them onto plates by the pound. Cajun spices, Thai seasonings, and garlic butter are but three of the tastes that grace the shrimp, which can also be used to customize pounds of clams, mussels, and crawfish. Thailand's culinary traditions extend past seafood to inspire dishes such as panang chicken and red-curry chicken, and the tastes of Louisiana infuse fried catfish that arrives with the obligatory Cajun fries.