Thai cuisine is intense and complicated, like the reasons your uncle is staying with us for a while. Make room for this Groupon.
Singha II Thai Bistro
Though the low-lit amber tones of its dining room create a darkly romantic atmosphere, Singha II Thai Bistro has nothing to hide. In a surprisingly gutsy move, the owners opened a message board on the bistro's website and gave diners free reign to speak their minds. The resulting forum crackles with tips (the chefs keep a stockpile of habanero peppers if you like your curry spicy), recommendations (Mike is a fan of the shrimp with cilantro sauce), and a panoply of plaudits (including "best thai food in nc"). Though the authentic Thai menu features a handful of signature dishes, you probably won't go wrong with the roasted duck basil. The boneless crispy fowl flavored with garlic, chilis, and fresh basil leaves seems to be a real crowd-pleaser.
The food was obviously fresh and well made. The Chicken Satay was some of the best I've ever hadCam24, Urbanspoon, 3/13/12
“I thought the food was very good, good value for what you get, and the service was attentive. I would not say it is my new favorite Thai restaurant, but I'm glad we...”
“I thought the food was very good, good value for what you get, and the service was attentive. I would not say it is my new favorite Thai restaurant, but I'm glad we tried it, and know another good place to go when were in that area.”
“Food great, service excellent, and clean.”
“Good food, good and friendly service. ”
2401 Penny Rd
High Point, North Carolina 27265