This place is my favorite Thai place in MoVal. Everything we have tried is great, especially my usual Panang Curry Chicken with a side of peanut sauce! They are super friendly and accomodating if you have any special requests. We order like once a week and they never disappoint! Definitely recommend! 😁
Food is amazing my parents have been going here since before they moved at least 17 years plus the place has changed so much the waiters and waitresses are so rude and expect a tip i will not tip you if I can't even get your attention or get a refill on my beverage this is the last time we will be going as a family or in general I will miss the food but the owner and his wife need to do something about there staff sad to say I will rate this place a 2 and I hope other people don't come and have to deal with this attitude
Love this place. My family and I have been coming here for 13 years!!! It's the most authentic Thai food ever!!!
I hadn't had some Thai curry in a while, so I decided to hit up one of the restaurants in the area.The restaurant works out of this weird, little building that has a really tall, red roof that extends down to a little bit above window level. It's not hard to miss. The parking lot is VERY cramped; be cautious when you enter or leave the parking lot as it's really just one somewhat big lane for doing either. The parking goes along the left side and behind the building.I didn't really get a good look at the inside of the building, but it seemed alright. The kitchen seems to be to the right of the small cashier's desk and it's not walled off, so I think some of the heat gets into the rest of the building.I ordered the # 29 (Masaman curry) with tofu and waited about eight to ten minutes for my order to be ready.The amount of food I got was smaller than what I've received at other restaurants serving curry in the area. The rice was in a small, side-order container like you would get at a KFC. The curry was in a container for a large, side-order container.I think it was slightly overpriced. The curry was $6.95; I think $5.95 would be more acceptable.Nonetheless the curry was still good. There were lots of pieces of soft tofu and a fair amount of potato chunks and peanuts. Wish there had been other vegetables in it as well, but the description of what was in it was accurate. The rice was cooked well too.If you do eat here and happen to like it enough to come back, make sure to pick up one of their frequent diner cards and a menu. Both are on the little counter in the cashier window.
This review will be based off experiences at other Thai restaurants.This restaurant is tucked away in the Woodboro Avenue Shopping Center. You'll see large, red lettering that says "THAI DINE."I called in a to-go order, so I can't comment on the interior of the restaurant. The cashier/waiter seemed nice enough when I picked up my order.I ordered the #53 Musamun Nuea (Beef) curry, but with chicken instead of beef and the #8 eggrolls. The curry tasted great, but was alright portion-wise. It seems to suffer from the same "more meat, less vegetables" recipe that some other restaurants are doing. It had plenty of chicken, but I counted about three pieces of potatoes and two pieces of carrots in it. I did enjoy the lack of onions though.The curry itself was as good as other restaurants. It's on the thick side, so the flavor is a bit stronger. I was perturbed by the fact the curry did not come with rice. I have never seen this at other restaurants. I suppose they are taking a page from the Indian restaurants? The amount of curry you get is about 1 2/3 cup.The eggrolls were good. You get six medium-sized eggrolls. They were cooked well and were crunchy. They gave me a small container of sweet and sour sauce, chili sauce and dry chili seeds.As for the pricing, the #53 was $6.60 and the #8 was $5.35. The #53 is overpriced considering it doesn't come with rice and should be around $4.00-$5.00. Their Jasmine rice costs $1.25 (small), $2.00 (medium) and $3.00 (large). The #8 I don't know, I can't remember any other restaurant's pricing for eggrolls, but I'd rather pay $4.35 for it.If you are a curry addict and you don't mind paying extra for rice then this is a good option for restaurants to go to, otherwise I would suggest going to another Thai restaurant to get your curry fill.
Dined in at this restaurant with some co-workers recently.This restaurant is located in a very small shopping center. Expect cramped parking.The dining area of the restaurant is pretty small. It's nicely decorated for such a small restaurant though. Everything looked clean and decently up-kept. There is a unisex bathroom in the back left corner of the restaurant. I feel bad for anyone that is seated at the table right in front of it. There is a wooden(?) folding room divider, but that definitely will not save you from someone with bubble gut.The waitress was nice and attentive. We had no issues with her. The cookWe all ordered the pad thai lunch special because of the name of the restaurant. The dishes were all prepared pretty fast and were nice and hot. Unfortunately, I did not care for sour taste it had. I'm not sure if it's from the spices that regularly go in the dish or if it's from the sauce used to make the dish hotter. Everything in the pad thai was stained orange-red which I don't remember pad thai being that color. The rice, eggroll and small salad were all good. Only half of us finished our meals, the other half barely ate any of it.Also, their lemonade is Country Time lemonade.If you order less that $10.00 worth of food and pay with a credit/debit card, you are charged $.50.I would suggest you stay away from the pad thai here.