Chaba Thai Restaurant
- General Info:
- Authentic Thai Food on the South Side of San Antonio. We offer a full menu of Thai, Soups, appetizers, lunch specials, dinner specials, bubble tea, deserts and more. Also chinese food.
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, check
- Brooks City Base Landing On the same side as Best buy across from Wal-Mart.
- East Side
- Thai Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants, Asian Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Family Style, Thai, Pan Asian
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Chaba is a very very good thai restaurant. I've been going there since it first opened and i must say it's been good everytime i have gone. Although it may take a couple of minutes for our food to come out it's always worth the wait. I would highly recommend this restaurant to everyone. The enviorment is wonderful, very nice and chilled, very relaxing.
Chaba thai fried rice!!! Is my fave!!!
Posted: 1/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I love this place. My husband and I go often. He orders shrimp pad thai and I get the tom kha soup which is delicious. The tom kha soup is so much better than Tongs Thai. It just taste fresher. Also, the owner is very sweet. He oftens conversates with us and this makes us feel like a very valued customer. I love this place and would recommend it to anyone who loves thai.
Posted: 3/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Last week we dined at Chaba's and had a wonderful experience. We started with their appetizer (Cheese Rolls) and their vegetable soup. Both were excellent. Never had cheese rolls like these. You gotta try them as they were so crisp, refreshing and not your normal cheese filled wontons. Great appetizer. Next was the soup, so different, light and excellent. For my entree I had the Pad Prio Wan, which was excellent. The sauce was perfect, not too sweet, but not too hot and I especially liked the fact that the chefs there can cook to your heat range (mild to extra hot). The finale was the sticky rice with mango and this is a ""must try."" I'll be back again and again. For the reasonable cost of the meal, I would have expected a lot less, so this was an extra special treat.
I had read the previous reviews, but I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the restaurant, the food presentation and the service. I got the impression that the owners would go out of their way to help a customer.
Posted: 2/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We decided to go out on Valentine's day at the last minute. No one was waiting and there were tables open, so we decided to try this restaurant. Perhaps the fact that it wasn't full should have told us something. We were seated quickly. 10 minutes later, someone was seated at the table next to us. 20 minutes later, neither of our tables had been acknowledged. No ""we'll be right with you, no drinks, not even water. The people at the other table left. Soon after that, another couple was seated at that table. They received their drinks immediately. We still didn't even have water. The host then went to seat more people. During our 45+ minutes of being completely ignored, we realized that the host was also the only waiter we saw more than once. He was also answering a cordless phone while walking between tables. I cannot imagine why any restaurant would be this understaffed on Valentine's day. I also cannot imagine why they would not even stop to say ""sorry for the wait, I'll be with you soon."" Perhaps they do not want customers. Also, if you're thinking it may have been an oversight, I'd like to point out that our table was immediately behind the host station and our attempts to get the waiter/host's attention went completely ignored. The food looked and smelled great. We never got to try it though. We finally left. I will look for a Thai restaurant that wants our business. If I could give Chaba a 0, i would.