Thai Burrito does not claim to be authentic. It claims to combine Thai and Mexican flavors. The notion is indeed noble. But the marriage of these two cuisines is a failure.
First off, it's not a marriage of two cuisines. It's merely a confused mix of pan Asian flavors and Mexican methods. The name of the restaurant, Thai Burrito, illustrates this point. My panang tofu curry was shocked with a pile of cold iceberg lettuce wrapped in a large tortilla. The result was the unfortunate combination of cold veggies next to warm coconut milk flavored rice. I cannot think of a more unpleasant way to confuse my palates.
The Pad See Yew, one of their signature dishes, was too salty and greasy for human digestion. The steamed chicken dumplings had a mushy filling that tasted like the dumplings had been a freezer special.
Perhaps the Thai tacos would have been a better choice, but I don't think I will be going back to try these.
The restaurant is really pan Asian, not Thai. On their menu, one will find Kung Pao and General Tso's Chicken, as well as udon noodles, Singapore noodles, and Shanghai noodles. Not that there is anything wrong with fusion. I love fusion when it's done well, and the quality and taste are superior. But if they can't even make a basic Thai dish like Pad See Yew, I do wonder about the other Asian style dishes.
If you are looking for a bargain meal, Thai Burrito may be able to offering a good amount of starch to satisfy a hungry tummy. However, if you're looking for quality, taste, and something special when you occasionally eat out, you will be disappointed here.
Thai Burrito: http://www.thaiburrito.com/