Overcooked chicken and tom yum soup did not taste fresh, Mango Tree is much better. Was shocked to see I was charged for tap water - greedy people! This is not authentic thai food. Mango Tree is miles better.
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My wife and I were in the mood to try a different place in our area.... Thai Pepper was highly recommended in several sites....so we tried it... Not disappointed... Small dining area... reasonable prices...service was great even though there was only one waitress...who was working...More
The food at Thai Pepper is outstanding, as is the service. There are not that many tables, however, it is cozy and inviting.
I was looking for good Asian fusion food and wasn't disappointed: a well balanced menu, including a good number of vegetarian options + flexibility to change meat to non-meet food made the trip worthwhile. Settings are typical Asian style, but not overdone. I had the...More
Stopped by to visit on a Wednesday night on a friends recommendation. Very happy that we took the suggestion. One of us got the spicy Drunken noodles and the other ordered Basil chicken. The food tasted very fresh and was spiced perfectly. The portions were...More
We showed up and our order was ready on time. We were greeted by a courteous hostess. The pad thai and pad se-u were good, and the hot basil leaf was the best I have ever had.
We have been going to the Thai Pepper for both take out and dine in for over 20 years. It is our go to place when we have company over as we had the other night. We decided to do take out and it was...More