Best 30 Thai Restaurants in Dallas, TX with Reviews -
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By: Jenny R.
Thai Crushcraft
This is my cousin's favorite Thai restaurant in Dallas and so I figured we'd give it a try. It was pretty good. This was good fast thai food, there wasn't anything spectacular about the dishes we tried but it also wasn't bad. If I was in the area and wanted a quick meal, I would definitely stop here for a bite to eat. We had the Phat Ke Mao, Khao Phat, Og Phat Thai, Panang Red Curry, Tom Kha Gai Soup, grilled beef and pork meatballs and the cucumber mint water. My favorite was the Phat Ke Mao, the wide noodles were tasty and not over done, my only complaint is that the beef flavor was quite strong. The service was great, everyone was really friendly. They offer a little buffet of different sauces to dip or put on your meals by the beverage station. When you walk in, the menu is on the wall, you order your food at the register, seat yourself and they call you up to get your food. There is a small parking lot, free parking.
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By: Billy N.
Zenna Thai & Japanese Restaurant
Server name Be Be is horrible! African female with really short hair. First time there for happy hour we had her and I was not satisfied with her service. Food came out before our drinks and no plates/utensils to eat on. Then second time for happy hour we got her again! Service was even worst! Drinks never came out and only some of our food came out. She never came to check on us. Had to remind her about our drinks and the rest of our food. She came back and said the kitchen never got our ticket.. Gee I wonder why.. And she even repeated our order back to us when we ordered.. Overall, the food is good but her service killed it for me. I'll give them 3 stars just bc I just think that waitress sucks ass at her job. I do come here for lunch at times and I get Vendala as my waitress all the time, and she's great! Ask for her, love her!
By: Liz O.
Tippy's Thai Cafe
The food is delicious (I love the Pad Thai) and the price is fair for how much you get. However, I don't really like the wait staff except one older man that's nice. The older woman just does the bare minimum of her job. One time I asked for extra tofu because I love it & she said "it has enough." I was willing to pay extra for more tofu. Then the younger man is the same. He just doing his job; we weren't greeted when we walked in. Then when I asked for a to-go plate he said "really? She's (referring to my friend) almost finished." Then Tippy came & told us not to order any of the levels. She was upset that we said it was too spicy. I'd been coming for months & never has LEVEL 1 been so spicy. I love the food; not so much the staff.
By: panterra01
Tippy's Thai Cafe
This is a great little find in the north Dallas area. If you are north of the Great Divide (LBJ Fwy) don't let the construction keep you from trying it. It is really easy to navigate through the turns. The Pad Thai is about the best. The Pad Kee Mao and Pad Si Ewe are very flavorful. You can't go wrong with the Red or yellow curries. You are served by the family and they get to know you fast and make sure you are even eating it right. Tippy and her mother have made sure that I eat the Pad Thai like it is supposed to be eaten - I forget to put the lime juice on it. After a couple of visits, it is like you are walking into Cheers. Everything I have had is very good, try the coconut ice cream on sticky rice for a dessert.
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By: dfwdean
Thai Crushcraft
Not bad: order at the counter from a short menu, wait for your name to be called, pick up and chow down.So they have a brief short menu on the wall written on butcher paper with sloppy hand written edits: I went for the #6, red curry beef. My dining partners both went for the drunken noodles.All dishes show up in these paper flat bowls, and both dishes looked, well, meh! Flavor wide, my #6 lacked any excitement, just meat covered in a thick sauce siting over jasmine rice. Iced tea was great. Probably not worth a second trip for me.
By: hogand87
This is by far the most bland Thai food I've ever had. I gave it a two since I took it to go and really have no idea of the ambience.Back to the original point.I had to add many an Asian sauce in my kitchen just to get flavor out of my pad Thai and pad see EU (sp?). There are many other more delicious restaurants for around the same price in the area. The only way I would recommend this to anyone is if you're leaving the bars and you need something to sober up ASAP.... even then I would choose Zini's, Hunky's or Panda.
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By: dfwdean
Si Lom Thai Asian Fusion
Appetizers are two dollars off from 5pm-7pm: come and enjoy.I ordered the Si Lom Crying Pork: the waitress ask me what spice level and I asked for "traditional spice level": she warned me that was higher than a five. I said go for it.Yes: I'm crying LOL. Pork and veggies were amazing, so was the flavor. The heat slowly crept up, at first only mild and by the time I have half way through my plate my spice tolerance was nicely pushed to its limit. Dang that was a great dish.
By: brendacarver1
Asian Mint
This is really a surprising place because I was not expecting much from here. I was surprised that they have so many flavors to choose from, now I will never doubt the ice cream from here
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By: John O.
Pakpao Thai Design District
Absolutely delicious. Great place to eat fairly quickly before Mavericks or Stars games. My favs, Sui Mai Dumplings, Crispy Fried Chicken Curry with coconut jasmine rice and Thai Tea.
By: fdpratt
Thai Orchid Restaurant
My girlfriend and I ate here for the first time tonight. The staff was friendly and attentive. The food was very good. we really enjoyed the evening.

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