One of the best Thai restaurants in the city. This place is very authentic and is especially good for northern Thai cuisine. I come here for the curries, but the Issan-style sausage is also fantastic. You can also order a plate of bamboo caterpillars if you're feeling adventurous. They are fried and well-seasoned, so they pair perfectly with a beer. ...
One of the most authentic Thai restaurants in the city. Sometimes I want to enlighten every clueless Cubs fan that stumbles on this place that the menu they want is their secret menu. While they are fairly good at the typical Thai restaurant items, the secret menu is filled with so many harder to find, authentic dishes. My friends and ...
Undoubtedly one of the best Thai places in Chicago! It's small, but a lot of their business is carry-out, so the wait - if there is one - generally isn't long. They do a killer pad se ew. Several years ago, the Tribune did a piece on them and "outed" their "secret" menu...which of course, is no longer really secret. ...Popular withBudgetStudentsFoodies
Now there are THREE as of spring 2014. This is one of our top picks in town. We love their Thai food. The kids have picked Manee Thai for their birthday dinners every year for a decade! Family friendly. Delicious. Try the baby egg rolls! Meat & veg options.Popular withFamiliesFoodiesVegetarian
This is a hidden gem in a sea of Thai restaurants in Chicago. Honestly, this is the best bubble tea I've ever had. EVER. Try the Phuket or the Similan flavors on a hot summer day, then walk a block to Berger Park and sit on the rocks and watch the waves from the lake crash below you. It's only ...
The chef from the much-beloved authentic Thai eatery TAC Quick has opened his own restaurant. The perks of this new spot is that it allows the chef to do exactly what he wants. All the good stuff from TAC Quick's "secret" menu are listed out in the open on ATK's normal menu. We get more varieties of papaya salad and ...
I stopped in for lunch and had a great meal. The lunch meal is limited and easy, and the main comes with a fried spring roll and soup. I asked for medium hot, but forgot to ask if that is thai medium or american medium. I think it was thai medium as it was what I think of as hot.
You can have a nice relaxed meal here. The seating is of 2 types - regular and cushioned benches (sort of). The "benches" are like sofas without the armrests and backrests in the shape of a square/rectangle with the table in between. Food is good as well. Parking is on the street and you might have to park up to ...
The word is mediocre. Food: Confession: I'm a sushi snob and loyal to Toro. Ventured here for a "mega-date" with a few other couples...we all split some rolls and dishes, brought wine and beer. Fun, good for groups! Rolls are nothing to write home about - average, Americanized rolls... lots of fried/tempura, cream cheese, etc. Decent prices. Service: We came ...
This good average Thai restaurant serves freshly tasting Thai dishes. The ‘fried tofu’ along with ‘Panang Curry’ are classic great choices! The Traditional Thai ice coffee and/or Tea are probably the best in the area. The atmosphere is just average as the space is cramped. It is a good basic meal.