What a find!.
I found this place upon the recommendations posted here while vacationing in the Orlando area. I am an avid Thai enthusiast, and have been to about 50 different Thai restaurants over the past year trying to find one as good as my favorite back home... this is the first time I've been able to do so.
The spring rolls and crab rangoons were incredible. My Thai Basil (their version of Drunken Noodle) was great too, but could've used more spice. Luckily they have a very handy spice tray. The Pad Thai was also fantastic.
Pricewise, my date and I got 2 drinks, 2 apps, and 2 entrees for under $30. Beats theme park prices any day! We will be visiting again... probably tomorrow on our way home.
best thai food i've ever had.
I've tried a couple of thai restaurants in orlando. This one is by far the best one! I would recommend it to anyone, and everything i've ever tried there was EXCELLENT! And suitable to everyone's tastes buds! MUST GO THERE!
VERY authentic, best Thai in Orlando.
I lived in Thailand for several years, and my wife is Thai. We have eaten at most of the Thai restaurants in Central Florida, and this is one of our 2 favorites (along with Thai Cuisine on Edgewater Drive). The food is VERY authentic (many other Thai places adjust the taste for what they believe Americans will like) and the prices are reasonable.
AMAZING THAI FOOD.
I had just returned home from Thailand and I was stuck on all the wonderful delicacies i found there. One bite of the food at Thai House, and I was swept right back to Ko Samui. The flavors are identical to the traditional dishes I had in their homeland. My favorites include the pad thai (amazing with tofu) and the red curry.
Not only is the food the most amazing Thai Orlando has to offer, but the atmosphere is that "adorable family owned corner restaurant" style that I have grown to love. The staff is friendly and helpful.
Money is no Object.
This is the best Thai food that I have ever had. I have lived in a feww big cities when there are many Thai restaurants, and this one is by far the best. The Pad Thai is extrodinary. You must also try the cucumber salad a refreshing begining to your meal. But most of all you are getting a great value. First class food and service for very little money. It is any easy takeout dinner instead of the usual Chinese.
This classy restaurant dishes out delicious yet refined Thai cuisine with a touch of family charm.. In Short Numerous Siamese statues and paintings populate a small, low-key dining room. Service is knowledgable and friendly. Start with a bowl of tom yum gai, a lemon-lime chili broth filled with chunks of chicken and vegetables. Noodle and curry dishes, especially the savory red curry, a chunky stew of meat, spicy curry, pineapple and bamboo--make for a good entree selections. If ordering for the table try a whole fish selections--particularly the tantalizing pla jian, a whole, deep fried snapper topped with pork, ginger and mushrooms.
Been going to this place for years. They used to be in a small house on Colonial, but moved down the street. My favorite dish is the Chicken Panang. The thai iced tea is a great compliment to the meal, and the bananas are a nice, light dessert. The servers are friendly, and attentive. A must for Thai cuisine lovers!