Food was very good. One thing that was a significant put off was that they charged $2.50 extra per person for Brown rice. An exorbitant price , that did not correspond to the other prices on the menu. Maybe they just don't want to prepare and serve Brown rice and this is a way to deter requests for Brown rice.
delicious food......VERY poor service
Keep up the good work and hopefully you will be around for a LONG time!!
I love Thai Kitchen. Wish there was music and happy hour specials to liven the place up a bit.
they weren't going to let us use our groupon at lunch (even though it didn't state anywhere that it was for dinner only). they finally let us use it. and, to be honest, we weren't impressed with the food, at all. we will not be going back.
We had a terrible experience. My husband and I went there March 17 and ended up leaving after waiting fifteen minutes for our waitress to come to our table - she never came. We tried again in early April and brought our kids. Almost an identical experience. We waited and waited for our waitress; we waited and waited for our food. My husband and daughter had time to go over to Jax and do a little shopping while we waited for our dinner to arrive. Obviously, the restaurant is understaffed in all areas. We hoped that we caught the place on a bad night the first time but it looks like standard operating procedure. We will not be back.
Service was really bad and the food mediocre.
They have wonderful food, but they need to improve their service and stock their bar with more than one bottle of Blue Moon at a time
From Our Editors
Much like its siblings Thai Kitchens 1 and 2, Thai Kitchen 3 can be identified by the distinctive aroma of sizzling garlic and fresh basil that wafts out through its door. In the kitchen, chefs fold fresh seafood, meats, and vegetables into savory curries, nutty noodle dishes, and fiery stir-fries. All meals are made by adhering to time-honored traditional Thai recipes, which favor spicy chili peppers, creamy coconut milk, and tangy ginger root. Servers bring plates of noodles and bowls of soup into the dining room, where guests await their meals as they sip on Thai iced coffee in cushy booths amid warm red and yellow walls. Other diners sit perched on tall red bar stools as they order a cocktail or demonstrate how many times they can twirl around in a circle without even getting dizzy.