Plan-Eat-Thai, with it's overwhelmingly long and ridiculously cheap menu, has morphed into Circles Contemporary Asian Cuisine. The menu is shorter, printed on much nicer card stock, and the prices a dollar or two higher, all signaling a shift into a slightly more upscale restaurant league. kitchenplay favorite, Drunken Noodles, is still on the menu. An addition that caught my eye is the P.E.I Mussels, mussels with lemongrass, basil and kafir leaves in curry and coconut milk. Plus they have a bunch of desserts now, like sticky rice custard and palm cake.
Alex got the pad thai the other night, which is how I learned of the change. I never loved Plan-Eat-Thai's pad thai, so the fact that it was underwhelming isn't indicative that the quality of food has changed along with the name. I'll be sure to order from there soon and let you know if anything has changed on the kitchen side of things.