Thai Village Restaurant
2512 Times Blvd, Houston, TX 77005
Thai Village Restaurant I
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Family Style, Thai, Chinese
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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02/07/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We ordered TomYum Goong (signature Thai spicy and sour soup) and it was really good. The shrimp in thai village sauce was OK but the shrimp was cooked differently (shrimp in the soup was cooked better). The noodles was okay too but there were only a few broccoli flowers when I expected more. The rice dessert (sticky rice with mangoes) was really good. The price was something I would expect from thai food that's really good (we found a new thai restaurant in downtown that's worth every penny).
Service was great, though. Our waiter was attentive and courteous.
11/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My boyfriend and I are pretty into Thai food. With that said, we've just recently moved to Houston and are (still) looking for a great Thai place to eat. We live near an extremely mediocre one, and another one we haven't tried yet, but whatever. This one happened by accident.
The week before we ate at Thai Village, we had eaten at the ABSOLUTELY PHENOMINAL Indian joint next door called Shiva. We remarked during that evening that we should definitely go back and try 'that Thai place' next time, because we assumed that if it were next door to such an awesome foreign cuisine, it might be at least sort of in keeping with the theme.
I was ridiculously starving when I got there, and was totally psyched for a plate of pineapple curry, which they have, but it only came with potatoes, which doesn't make any sense. Everywhere else I've ever eaten it had pineapple, bell pepper, onion, carrots, etc. So I chose to order something else. I don't even remember what I got, but it was pretty gross. It basically tasted like someone mixed motor oil and molasses together and boiled some shrimp and pineapples in it, and then threw in some extremely soggy, sorry-ass vegetables. The noodle dish my boyfriend got was pretty bad too. Neither of us even remotely finished our plates, and when we asked for the check, it took like 15 minutes for them to bring it to us. Needless to say, we won't be going back.
07/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We ate dinner at Thai Village. Service was very quick and friendly. We had the panang curry and spicy basil noodles. The curry had very good flavor. Not spicy. The basil noodles were very good. Depending on if you like spicy food or not. We do and thought the noodles had some spice to them but not over powering. Great flavor. Plan to eat there again
11/17/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This place is in the middle of the busy Rice Village area and it is so easy to over look it. It is just tucked off the main street. The patio is so nice to veiw the people shopping in the village. The spring rolls are very good. The Yellow curry is my favorite.
04/21/2005Provided by Citysearch -
i been to thailand before and let me say ever since that i feel in love with thai food. I go to Thai Village all the time because the food there is just SO good, better than the food i had in thailand and its just around the corner! If its your first time there you should try the buffet because it has alot of different kind of good food. Meet the two sisters and they will make you constantly laugh! My favorite is the noodle dishes. If your in the mood for thai food i strongly recommand thai village!