It was fine but I know I've had better. Kind of a hole in the wall but I would try it again. Need to give more dipping sauce with fresh rolls. Service kinda of scattered.
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There's almost no ambience in this restaurant, but they cook authentic, tasty Thai food, and they'll make it really spicy if you request it. The service is very good, and the price is right. A good place for a bowl of noodle soup on a...More
My favorite is #18 Oyster with chicken that you can order on phone and they are always done when I arrive. Lots if good vegetables and can order with or without rice. Great food, great service and good price. Highly recommend
Rapid service and very good dishes. Glad we ordered our take-away dinner to enjoy on the train to Vancouver, BC. The beef cubes in the Beef Panang is excellent.
We ordered the crab Rangoon and spring rolls as an app, the rangoons were good. I tried the pad thai, not the best I've had but still very good. Husband tried a chicken curry dish, which was wonderful. Overall good experience, and was very affordable....More
We ate here our first day in Seattle. We ordered our food and they brought out my husband's first and then the power went out (the whole downtown lost power). They couldn't cook what I ordered but the offered a curry instead. It was really...More
One of the staffers at the Green Tortoise Hostel, just down the street, recommended Mae Phim for good eats on a budget. They were right. Lunch specials are available until 4pm and only cost $6.99 plus tax (wide noodles are 50 cents extra, but very...More
Sometimes we enjoy trying new places in town so we wandered in here. It didn't look too inviting but a customer who was leaving said it is one of the best Thai restaurants in Seattle, so we decided to give it a try. Definitely was...More