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Thai Chow

Take East Coal Mine Road and make the first right past the railroad track., Fort Branch, IN
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Take East Coal Mine Road and make the first right past the railroad track., Fort Branch, IN
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Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

This is quite easily one of the best Thai food restaurants that I have ever been to, and I've been to them all across the nation including our great cities of NYC and LA. This is truly a hidden gem in small town Indiana and...More

Thank Heftisu
Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

Can't beat their fresh hand made egg rolls. Pork, chicken, or shrimp fried rice is delish and servings are large enough to share Food is cooked at time of order. Sometimes means a wait but it is definitely worth the wait.

Thank Linda H
Reviewed 29 August 2015 via mobile

Must order early or make reservations. Authentic Thai food is the best. Made hot and fresh general Taos is great Sao are egg rolls and large .nothing fancy but awesome food!😄😄😄😄

1  Thank 37093Debra1111
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

Great thai. Each dish made with a trip to the garden to harvest herbs. Egg rolls are the go to appetizer.

1  Thank CRHITCH
Reviewed 7 May 2014

This is one of the best kept secrets of Southern Indiana. Definitely call and place your order first. Mrs. Reinhart's menu is available on their FB page. One lone lady from Thailand is the chef. She has some assistance from a few family members. No...More

3  Thank Soi C P
Reviewed 28 April 2013

The waits are long but the food is really great. Do yourself a favor and eat one of their egg rolls.

1  Thank Dalton S
Reviewed 1 April 2013 via mobile

Had lunch with a few friends and it was amazing. She only takes cash so don't bring plastic. You can bring your own beer and wine here!!! She cooks one plate at a time so don't be in a hurry! The egg rolls are delicious!!...More

1  Thank Jake S
Reviewed 17 December 2012

As was stated in earlier review, its best to give the owner a call to let her no your coming. At this point we manage two or three visits a year and have found comfort in letting the owner tell us what might be a...More

1  Thank smartinky
Reviewed 29 October 2012

VERY IMPORTANT: CALL FIRST! She is an incredibly talented artist in her kitchen - you are her guest - but please! Call first! Let her know in advance that you're coming, and how many. This is such a treat. The food is outstanding. Had the...More

1  Thank Angela A
Reviewed 21 January 2012

During the spring and summer the owner actually hand picks ingredients from her garden to make your meal. She also has a Chinese menu for people not familiar with Thai food. It's phenomenal food! Her egg rolls are to die for and are made fresh...More

4  Thank ravey_baby24
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  • Address: Take East Coal Mine Road and make the first right past the railroad track., Fort Branch, IN
  • Location: United States  >  Indiana (IN)  >  Fort Branch
Description
Owned by Wan Reinhart. Phone number is (812) 753-3878. Best Thai I've ever had and the prices are low too. Mrs. Reinhart, who is a Thai immigrant, grows many of the ingredients on the farm including the Thai chiles and she fixes everything by hand herself with assistance from her nephews. BYOB. Very Indiana chic with beautiful views of cornfields and grain elevators in the distance. Customers should call ahead to order a few hours in advance.
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