Why We Go: Sushi at a Thai joint usually suggests some kind of trendster-aimed fusion is at play, but My Thai finds a nice balance of traditional Thai dishes and modest "innovation."
What We Eat: We could spend the next six months running through the bottomless menu here, but it's hard to go wrong with a staple curry or pineapple fried rice. For something less conservative, try the pad pao tag, a plate of shrimp, scallops, squid, and mussels.
What We'd Change: We're kind of used to seeing Thai joints with tofu as a built-in protein option, so it's disconcerting to have it relegated to a separate menu. It feels like we're ordering from the kids menu.