My companions liked their Vietnamese food, but I found my pad thai pretty grim. Old oil. I wouldn't go back.
We were just passing through and the girl at the front desk of our hotel recommended this restaurant, as we did not have any desire to get dressed up for dinner and we were tired. They have an extensive menu for a small restaurant. We both had pad Thai and it was delicious ...FYI, you are served very large portions... More
My husband and I came here for dinner one evening. We had some great thai food here and were quite impressed. If you are looking for a good portion of pad thai or noodles this is the place to go!
We recently headed to Steamboat for another last minute summer get away. The trip included 3 adults and 6 kids aged 6-11. We enjoyed all that Steamboat had to offer, mtn bike rides, downhill rides down the mountain, horseback riding, fly fishing, river tubing and more. When it came to feeding these picky kids, we were always at a loss.... More
Extremely fresh ingredients, a nice and varied menu (sushi, Vietnamese and Thai dishes), tasty salads and noodle bowls. Prices are, well... Steamboat like, but a good choice for a unpretentious, family friendly dining.... definitely recommend!
We came into town in November, it was cold and snowing outside. The food was great nice and hot. Love the noodles. I get cravings for it all the time. I do believe this is one of my most favorite restaurants in town. We shared a sampler of different dishes, you will leave stuffed, but then you start to get... More
No question the best sushi in Steamboat. Other offerings on the menu very tasty as well. Always friendly service and the owner is usually there as well. Good people and even better food!
This restaurant has the option for Vietnamese, Thai, or sushi, making it a place that can meet most palettes. The food is tasty and the atmosphere is nice. Takes a little long to eat, so don't plan on a quick lunch, but if you have some time this is a good place to stop. We tried fried rice, soup and... More
I have been a regular here for many years with nothing to but good things to say, the story has changed over the last year though. Many of the employees are extremely difficult to talk with at times, although they are super nice. The food is on about 50% of the time,but when it's on, it's on.
Small understated restaurant. Strange mixture of Vietnamese. Thai and Japanese food. All the dishes very very tasty and good portions. Prices are reasonable. Most of us chose Vietnamese dishes and we were served by the owner. Wine list is poor but cheap and we were not there for expensive fancy stuff. Went with people who live in Steamboat and know... More
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