We eat Thai atleast 2-3 times a week, and there is a variety of Thai Food availble in Amarillo, so we take turns at certain restaurants for certain specialites, This restaurant is one of the few that we enjoy 90% off the menu, if there is anything you want changed they will cook it exactly the way you request!! It is like having your own personal chef, I love it!! I also enjoy the all fresh herbs they use , ask other Thai restaurants to bring you fresh grilled garlic, thai chilli and basil and they reply sorry we use powdered garli and dry basil. =[ Thai Express uses fthese herbs fresh, which means alot on taste. Also some of my other favorite restaurants charge for the rice seperately and they provide the rice free here. The only down side is sometimes they are soooo busy that the wait is a little long =[. When I am in a hurry I try to call it in and reserve the table with my credit card , =]
Thai Express has the BEST noodles and BEST fried rice :) I like to order mine with jalapenos and cooked thai style and they put curry or something in it but it is the only place in town that has it that way :) and you cant bea the prices... my only complaint is FIX YOUR OUTSIDE MENU and GET SOME NEW STUFF lol I have been eating there 9 years and would love to try some new items please.... Also I dont know what that crazy person below is talking about lol I order delivery all the time at lunch it is a white county guy or the owners daughter and at night is Manh a very well groomed and dressed asian man that has been delivering my food for 9 years at least. Someone needs to get their facts straight... That sounds like chop chop to me thats why I stopped ordering from them even though its "free delivery" its not free cause you get have the food for twice the price of Thai Express.
I ate here with a friend and our kids about a week ago. I was nervous because the menu had some very exotic type foods pictured on the menu. Im used to the standard american thai type foods as are my girls, who love the buffet at china star. i tried their soup which had fish, shrimp, rice and mushrooms in it, and it was okay just really lemony. The spring rolls were tasty, as was the main dish, although i forget the name. It had noodles with plenty of vegatables and chicken with shrimp. The portions were very generous and the prices were reasonable. I have to say my favorite dish of all was the sticky rice with sweetened mango. That was my first time ever having sticky rice and it was wonderful. We ordered our food to go so we werent there long enough to really take in the atmosphere, but i am definitely looking forward to eating here again, as are my girls.