Don't worry about that mystery shopper. The beautiful part about Wanpen is that the humble building means they can focus their time on the food. We don't need a fancy restaurant to eat good food. The staff are friendly and... provided bylocal.yahoo.com
thai buffet a little out of the way by Wendy L. on Jun 17, 2008
If you really want to try just about everything on the menu, Wanpen has a buffet Tuesday through Friday and again on Sunday (they're closed on Mondays). The Pad Thai is my favorite dish with the Tofu Tod my second. Ask for... provided byinsiderpages.com
No title by ncmysteryshopper on Mar 30, 2008
The inside of the restaurant is as tired and worn as the outside and in need of an extra good cleaning. My first visit, some 5-6 years ago, we ate off the buffet. The food was mediocre at best and some of it was barely worth... provided bylocal.yahoo.com
My favorite Asian place, bar none. by parsonjody on Aug 14, 2007
Wanpen is a fantastic Thai restaurant. When I lived in Asheville, I would go there several times a week. The buffet is good, but the items from the menu are the best. F7 Kang Panang Nuer is my favorite dish and I've not found... provided bytripadvisor.com
No title by TC on Jul 5, 2007
None of these other restaurants can match the quality of their Thai dishes. Eating there is like going home for Thankgiving with your family. They are always happy to see you and work hard to make your stay both pleasurable... provided bysuperpages.com
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