The pad thai, which you can customize with meat and by spice level, wasn’t the day-glo orange that one might associate with the dish. It was not as cloyingly sweet either and a pretty solid rendition. With five different spice levels from not spicy to Thai spicy, I had ordered it mild, but could have probably gone up to medium for an extra little kick.
The pad see ew was perfectly executed, not as greasy as some versions. My daughter liked it so much that she attempted to finish off the whole thing and wound up overeating.
My husband loves Tom Yum Soup and ordered it spicy. It did not disappoint in the heat category.
Good Day Thai Kitchen is a nice addition to Palms, with friendly service and delicious food. I look foward to returning and trying more dishes, especially from their breakfast menu. (That Thai-style fried chicken and waffle, served with sweet and sour sauce, is calling my name.) At this neighborhood cafe, every day is a good day!