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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Thai

Re: “Wild Ginger

Friendly staff. Food tastes good but is too Americanized.

Posted by Wingnut on 04/09/2009 at 5:41 PM

Re: “Lanna Thai

High prices, small portions, bad service.

1. A bowl of soup costs $12.95! I can get a small steak at Outback with sides for the price of broth and a little chicken mixed in here.
2. Another entree item (noodles & beef costing over $10) filled up just over a third of the standard take-out styrofoam box--that is about half the amount I would expect from an entree.
3. I called in the order, had to repeat myself four or five times over the differences from the old menu to a new menu; when I got home one of the items was the wrong thing (a difference between the menus) and the manager refused to fix it.

Find a better Thai restaurant for your hard-earned dollars, this place isn't worth it.

0 likes, 7 dislikes
Posted by SkiSkateHikeRun on 05/24/2011 at 7:52 PM

Re: “Bhan Thai - Centennial

I went to Bhan Thai for lunch, ordered shrimp and chicken pad thai and went to sit and wait. It took FOREVER. I got my food before my iced thai tea (that I had to remind the cashier about) and it smelled like friskes cat food. I was immediately put off, but tried it anyway, and was very disappointed. I only ate a few bites and my stomach was upset for the rest of the day. The shrimp was dry and wasnt deveined. I will NEVER go back there.

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Jesyka on 11/12/2010 at 8:19 AM

Re: “Thai Mint

My favorite restaurant in the springs. The food is always hot and fresh (careful, the Thai egg rolls will be blazing hot, but delicious!). So many dishes to choose from. They are all distinct in flavor and taste amazing. Very friendly staff, and previous poster Jennifer is right-we now know how to say thank you and hello in Thai! I cannot say enough positive things about this place. Wish we could eat Thai Mint for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Did I mention they are reasonably priced? Very budget-friendly, and worth the extras like dessert, appetizers, or seconds of your favorite dish to take home :) :)

Posted by Kcomptalon95 on 08/08/2013 at 5:17 PM

Re: “Tao's Oriental Cuisine

Best Thai food in town.

Posted by rb on 01/29/2011 at 7:34 PM

Re: “Lanna Thai

Best Thai food in Colorado - Since living in Thailand, I have been unable to find authentic Thai prepared properly... Lanna Thai does it right!!!

Posted by AGJeeves on 11/19/2010 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Wild Ginger

I must have been there on an off day since everyone raves about the food. Friendly service, decent prices, but just average food. Looking forward to trying it after the move.

Posted by lexy yum yum on 07/27/2010 at 8:21 AM

Re: “Bhan Thai - Centennial

Holy spicy Lord!.. was I looking for a delicious meal on my first night in Colorado Springs, and am I glad I had you CO yelpers to guide me in the right direction!

I loved this place. The service was friendly, the dining environment was clean and comfortable (despite the lack of patrons), and the FOOD WAS DELICIOUS. I asked for a recommendation of something related to my staple, and the cashier suggested DRUNKEN NOODLES!

I am love-drunk over these drunken noodles. I could drink me some drunken noodles right now! drunken drunk nood noodles! I want to get drunk right now off some drunken noodles.

Seriously: they're spicy; chock full of vegetables; steaming hot; fresh delicious, perfectly cooked noodles; and delicious saucy meat! In a single word, amazing!

The place appears to be very take-out friendly, and they have a weird ice cream service setup inside. Almost like a little business inside this business.

If you're in Colorado Springs, and you're looking for Thai food, check out this place.

Posted by nareit on 06/13/2010 at 7:33 PM

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