Eddie Hill's Restaurant
134 N Federal Hwy, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Mon - Sun
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Caterers, Family Style, American, Thai
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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Not much more to say. Pay the visit you might like it or not. The only decent sushi in the area and far from being very good.
New to Fl and have not found many sushi restaurants so have been eating mostly Publix sushi :(. Came here to have a good fresh sushi nite! The restaurant is sort of small and there was a wait. The guy at the front did not seem all that friendly and you sign in to wait for table. They were pretty busy. Finally sat down and looked at the big menu- lots of selections it was so hard to choose! Like a Cheesecake Factory menu but with sushi and Thai! Finally we made our selections and just waited. Waited for drinks. Waited for soup.. which was decent but not the best I have had. Finally my sushi and my hubbys chicken teriyaki came out. The food was good but the taste was kinda blah. Looked fresh and plated well and portions were good. I will go back to try some other things I was not able to this time but I did not leave thinking I must come back really soon. It was not bad but not a standout. Hopefully next time will have more of a wow factor.
Yes, they do have good food but not better than Siam Oishi on hallandale beach blvd on the Winn Dixie Plaza.
The reason we went looking for another sushi thai restaurant was because of their poor service, very arrogant attitude and less than pleasing attitude. We used to visit there at least 3 times a week at one time.
They have the nerve to charge xtra for mayonase on the side plus the attitude, no thanks. The place could definately use a facelift especially if they are as arrongant as they are.
They definately have much room from improvement as there are some great places such as SIAM OISHI its a nice new place only about 4 years old, great food & portion size, great presentation, great service and attitude much better than eddy hills similar pricing and all of the xtra sauces are on the house. Both the sushi and thai are great.
My boyfriend has been eating here for years and was always raving about how they are the best thai restaurant he has ever been to. This was my first time eating thai food, but i am in love with it now. I had the crispy duck and he had pad thai noodles and crab rangoon to start! Goodness it was delicious! The service was perfect and the atmosphere was quaint. I will be going back every chance i get.
I still have yet to find a thai place that makes thai food this good for a decent price. I also agree with the other users about the service but ive been coming here for years and you just adjust.
My girlfriend and I love thai food, but we are often disappointed. However, that is not true with Eddie Hills. The food is fantastic. Also, the prices are reasonable. We always get basil chicken, and its only like $12, compared with $19 at Siam in Aventura mall. Plus, it is more flavorful. We like to get very spicy, and we tell every place we go such. Only Eddies is able to make it so spicy that we can barely handle it. Go, you will not be disappointed. Its very small and often busy, so call ahead for reservations.
This easily missed Thai restaurant is defiantly worth looking for. The Thai ice tea is the best in the area. The service is great and the food is exquisite. I would highly recommend it. One small inconvenience is there parking lot is small and fills up quick but other than that very good restaurant.
Eddie Hill's WOULD rank higher but I agree with previous poster. They are RUDE. In addition Sushi Thai on the Beach on Hollywood boardwalk is as good or better with out the attitude. But, don't try to order from Sushi Thai if you live in Harbor Island or any where near Hallandale, Eddie Hills is apparantly strong arming them and they will woefully decline delivery service here as Eddie Hill's has made it clear that this is their territory. It's worth the drive to the beach, and you can always enjoy a stroll.
This place has good food but the people who work their are rude, almost like they feel they're too good for there customers.
This is absolutely the best thai restaurant in the city. It may look like a little hole in the wall, but it is the best kept secret of excellent thai cuisine. Once you enter and experience the authentic food and their large menu of sushi and thai , it'll be hard to stay away. I highly recommend Eddie Hills.
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