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Posted by Ray Haze on 10/27/2013
Ignore the people that don't know how much work it is to produce quality food and want Chinese Buffets and tasteless filler full of salt on large plates. I've had better in NY for 3x the cost of course but am more than happy to have this place blocks from my home that I frequent at least once a week. I highly recommended trying their 10.00 lunch first that includes soup /salad / app and Entree to see what you like before going for a 40.00 dollar dinner for two. You get what you pay for in this life and I for one do not mind paying for quality because that is exactly what you get from The House Of Thai. Great service also of course.
Posted by parker on 10/02/2013
big mistake ,never will i go there again,hundred dollars for 5 items .lot of money for little servings.food was just plain BAD.
Posted by Peggy Davis on 08/27/2013
Tried this restaurant on a recommendation from a friend and now it is one of our favorites. The Silver Noodle is my favorite and the Salmon dish is my husband's tried and true favorite dish. My sister is coming in from Boston. Guess where I am taking her? I have never been disappointed by the service or the food. The appetizers are awesome also. There is a Wine and Spirits store across the street so we bring a bottle of wine to complement the meal. Wholly satisfying experience at the House of Thai Cusine. You must try!
Posted by Beckey on 07/12/2013
It was so unexpected! The outside is small and easily missed but the inside was absolutely gorgeous. The menu offered everything that you would expect from a Thai restaurant downtown like rec curry, drunken noodles, pad Thai noodles, fried ice cream, and Thai iced tea. Everything tasted fresh and Delicious. I will definitely go back!
Posted by Awesome Food! on 01/10/2013
We live very close in Mayfair, and my husband found it, since we didn't want to go Chinatown. This place is tucked in a strip of stores on Cottman just west of Frankford. We were at first worried because there was a man and a woman there, and no one else. It must have just been the time we arrived, because more people came in. It was still sparse, though. Nothing to fear though, everything was fantastic. We started with the shrimp rolls. They were a little greasy, but I found that the case, regardless where I get them. I got the pad Thai, my husband ordered the drunken noodle. We both cleared the plate, and we got them extra spicy, rather then the bland American version. It was a good time- don't be intimidated because it seems empty!