Thai Smile offers mediocre Thai food in the desert. If you are craving Thai it might be your best option, but nothing is particularly a standout.
The summer spring rolls served Vietnamese style were delicious, but my vegetable delight with fried tofu was greasy. The tofu was fried but was not crispy at all, it was soggy from all the grease. The vegetables and sauce were very good though.
The diners at my table ordered Tom Ka Gai which is a coconut chicken soup and they enjoyed that. I tried a couple bites of the Pad Se Ew with chicken which was good, but also slightly greasy.
The service was very nice, but the restaurant was very busy so I suggest making a reservation.
We slid our infant carrier into the booth just fine, but a high chair was available for our use as well.
Breastfeeding can be done without anyone noticing if you request a booth.
Strollers would not fit in the jam packed restaurant.
I do not know if there is a changing table in the restroom.
About the authorXza
Xza Louise Higgins is the founder of MommyCon, creator of The Mommy Dialogues, and punk rock mom to two year old Atticus in the great city of Chicago, IL. She is incredibly passionate about birth options, human rights, and promoting gentle parenting practices.