This is a frequent stop for lunch. Great Thai food, love the chicken noodle soup, especially on a cold day. Can't go wrong on the egg rolls. Usually long lines but goes fast. You can get it as HOT as you want, just tell them...More
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Consistently good and authentic. Most Lubbockites have no idea what authentic Thai is! They are devoted to the food and changes in how to cook or what to use are not taken....just enjoy the great food! So if you dont tell them how to cook...More
An unassuming restaurant from it's exterior and interior appearance. One would be put off by the lack of decor and flair that usually accompanies most Asian restaurants. But, Thai, Thai is saved by its vast menu and the tantalizing and aromatic flavors of its foods.
I've been going here for over 15 years since they were on Indiana. and there are some really great hits on the menu, and some so-so things. Things to get: Pad-see-ew, Masaman, Beef panang, artar, beef noodle soup, cashew chicken, barbeque chicken breast. Some people...More
The only consistency at Thai Thai are the rising prices and declining quality of cooks, staff and food. Their menu doesn't change, instead the cooks mindlessly throw ingredients together and call it "authentic". The noodles are overcooked, the broth tastes like unseasoned water, their portions...More
This restaurant occupies an old Braum's or Sonic, so do not expect fancy dining here but the food is authentic, delicious, plentiful and inexpensive. The owners are Thai and they do the cooking and running the place. I loved that they have unusual drinks like...More