|The restaurant is located on a busy street in the City of Niagara Falls. Parking is behind the restaurant, in a lot shared with a motel. Once you go inside the restaurant, you are entering a peaceful oasis in the middle of busy-ness.|
|This is just one of the Buddha statues in the restaurant.|
|Here is another Buddha statue. Each Buddha statue has a different meaning. I just checked out Himalaya Crafts and found out that Buddhism started in India and traveled east through Asia. It is a dominant faith in many Asian countries, including Japan, Nepal, Tibet, and Thailand. According to that website, the practice of Buddhism involves mental discipline and the ability of a person to follow the right fold path. That is the way to achieve nirvana or enlightenment. The right fold path involves:|
There is much more about Buddhism and the meaning of the Buddha statues at the website for Himalaya Crafts.
|According to Jean, who ate at the previous restaurant at the same location (a Mexican restaurant), the decor has been completely changed. I found the decor to be very attractive and not overly busy.|
|Jean ordered a dessert, which we all tasted. It featured sticky rice with mango. It was delightfully sweet and light.|
If you find yourself in Niagara Falls and you're in the mood for a culinary adventure, I definitely recommend a visit to My Thai.