Good food, quick, consistent. Nothing special, though. Location convenient to VCU, Siegel Center, new Arts Center.
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Being just a few blocks from VCU this place was just great to find. Their spring rolls are just in the right fashion and taste, and the stir fried noodles wonderful especially if you are having it with a nice fresh shrimp. They also have complimentary rolls which are as great as everything else.
We have had Thai all over Richmond and in the end we return to this little cafe. We go for the food which uses fresh ingredients and the owner takes care to cook these dishes with perfection. I have had traditional Thai meals here and some well known ones. The Pad Thai with Chicken or Tofu is incredible as well... More
This place is amazing and I eat here at least 3 times a week when I'm in RVA. I am vegetarian and almost every dish can be prepared without meat which is a plus.
O2 is what i always order. Its under the original thai food list, and boy talk about flavor!!!! Best part is, the higher the heat, the better is tastes. I ordered extra extra thai hot my first time and the chef came out to me and said "this is the hottest food i have ever made." and boy was it... More
Clean seating area, medium lighting, very close to VCU campus. One guy was waiting on the whole restaurant, but service was still quite fast. Food is spicy (there is even a warning posted on the wall), but quite delicious.
I was pleased with our meal and the service at this storefront Thai restaurant near VCU in Richmond. We were there for an early dinner, so that may have influenced our experience in both food quality and service in a positive way. My son swears this is among his top three choices for Thai in the area, and he's very... More
I ate the Bangkok Tofu, and got stomach cramping and severe acid reflux from Thai Top Ten's Food. My throat/esophagus continued to burn and was sore for 3 days. The food was fried and drenched in a pool of oil. The food had no flavor and I will never go back to this place. Do not recommend Thai Top Ten.
The food was phenomenal. But the service, pretty awful. Our waitress was the only one on the floor, and also seemed to be working the bar and in the kitchen. She also put in our order wrong, and we had to wait additional time for the correct meal to be made. But the food was great...So if you don't mind... More
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