While a TAC Quick guest in the past, I tolerated the staff’s poor attitude and dining room service in order to enjoy good Thai food. Last night though, I decided to try a different approach – delivery. Good food without disappointing human interaction was what I thought I would get. However, I received a cold, dry block of rice noodles with meager pad thai accoutrements, rubbery, greasy p-stickers and an apathetic... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse
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Excellent food with an off the wall taste. Something different and good for your taste buds. I like this place because it's like something I've never had before which is great because we kind of get used to the same food. So definitely recommend this place to anyone who wants to try something new and different.Was this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse
You can't go wrong here. Great food, excellent service, BYOB, outside seating. Outside of a select few places in Chicago, I am not a big fan of Thai food but I keep coming back here regularly! Last night, we ate for under $30 - which included 2 appetizers, soup, and 2 entrees. Favorites include: A clay p0t shrimp dish, ginger chicken, chicken pad thai, shrimp dumplings and Tum Yum soup (Thai hot and sour soup).Was this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse
Forget what you've been told about Opart and Spoon, both of which are fine restaurants, being the best thai in the City of Chicago. That title clearly belongs to Thai Authentic Cuisine or TAC Quick as it is known in the neighborhood.\r \r Chef Andy fixes an amazing menu of standard Ameri-Thai including Moo Ping, Pad Thai and Tiger Cry. For the adventerous palate, there is an authentic Thai menu of items that are m... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse