There are heat options when selecting your food and we went with “native” for our Chicken Panang Red Curry. HOT! Not enough to kill the flavor, but enough to give you hiccups and a drippy nose. The coconut conveys in each bite and the spices combine to give the dish a depth and richness you don't often find. If you're accustomed to soft veggies, open your mind - veggies are cooked al dente. Fresh flavors and a delight to the senses. But really, the sauce is what makes this dish epic! This might be the only place in town actually using kafiri lime leaves and true galanga root. You just don’t get more authentic than that!
While we would love to keep the blog about the dish (because really, the dish was amazing!), we were surprised by what we found when we stumbled inside the restaurant. The ambiance was not what you expect – it had a more upscale feel than the kitschy font and name would lead you to believe. If you haven’t already enjoyed the cuisine at Drunkn’Noodlez, head on over and prepare yourself for some authentic Thai dishes that are certain to make you drool!