Khan San Road is located at 326 Adelaide Street West, it is really close to the Scotiabank theatre so definetely a great spot to bring a date for dinner & movie. This is actually their second location, the parent restaurant is called Sukhothai located at 274 Parliament St.
We went there on a friday night after work, it was somewhat pack. The wait-time was 30 minutes. We put down our names and went for a walk. (ignore my NO photography skills)
The place is actually pretty small can fit around 40-60 people? There's also a little "row-seating" patio outside if you enjoy the fresh air.
At first glance it was a little difficult to navigate, until you find the English part.
Po Pia Pak Sod Gai Yaw / Fresh Rolls ($7)
I really like fresh rolls like the ones you get from viet restaurants and this one tasted similar. I would recommend it if you like fresh rolls but its definitely nothing special.
Garlic Tofu ($9)
This is pretty unique I would recommend you to try it. Sheng liked the dipping sauce because it reminds him of Thailand because they dip a lot of things in that sauce. BUT I got to warn you ahead of time, you will get SUPER thirsty afterwards and stinky breathe. It is GARLIC + being deep fried.
Chef's Special Pad Thai (Sam Roas) ($13) with Chicken
It tasted pretty good, the noodles were a bit chewy just the way I like it. However, it was salty! Don't exactly know if the saltiness was on purpose or not...
Compare to Salad King, I think I like the pad thai at Salad King.
This was all we got because we weren't hungry at all and we still managed to have left-overs. Our stomachs are really small...
Personally I would not come back to this one again. Maybe because everyone else hipped it up so much that I was a bit more disappointed. Other people told me it's actually their curry that is good, so maybe I would suggest people to try that out.
Despite this I would probably go to their parent location to give that one a try.
In the end, I give this one a 7/10.