Food is pretty good. Thai tea was a little off. Wait for the food took a really long time. Menu selection is awesome. We didn’t get the typical Thai dishes so maybe that’s why it took so long.
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Good Thai restaurant. They cover cuisine from the Northern region away from Central region aka around Bankok. Northern region Thai cuisine is more exotic. It's sad because they used to serve silkworms as a exotic appetizer which they do not do back 10 years ago....More
I've been going here for years, but after I moved out of the city I didn't go back for a loooong time until yesterday. It's still the same place I remembered: affordable, quick, authentic, friendly, and wonderful. They have a massive menu with dishes that...More
Most people eating here are getting curries and staying far away from the good stuff. Everything here is great, but not excellent.
This Thai restaurant has a massive menu with a ton of choices to delight your taste buds. All the food we had was tasty and fresh. Most of it seemed pretty healthy to boot. Prices are quite reasonable, the service is great, and the food...More
Call ahead, they got shockingly busy after 8pm on Saturday night. Highlights: BYOB!, Pineapple Fried Rice served in an actual Pineapple, Mango Sticky Rice served in a Mango, fresh coconut water served in an actual coconut. It's all gimmicky, but delicious and the no-frills decor...More
This is the most authentic Thai restaurant we found so far in Chicago. Sauces are very tasty and special. We were happy with all food we ordered : Grilled pork with tamarind sauce, whole calamari, som tum, tom yum, sticky rice and mango.
We loved the food here. Venture past the common Thai dishes found in America and you will be rewarded. They burst with flavor!
Our long-time go to choice for Thai food closed. So we have had to try to find a new choice. We think we have found this in Sticky Rice. Sticky Rice is not your "average" Thai restaurant as, in addition to your usual Lard Nar,...More