I was really in the mood for Thai on South Beach (having never tried it here before) and flipped a coin: heads - Sushi Siam on Lincoln Road, tails - Thai House on Washington. Tails, I lost.
Whoever wrote these reviews must lack taste buds. Though large portions true, the food was absolutely poor and the service mediocre. I would have forgiven the service if the food had been somewhat reasonable but frankly I couldn't find anything positive to say.
Avoid at all costs - Miami has too many great restaurants if you're going to drop $100 for two. By the way, to add insult to injury, they charge $2 for a cup of rice that in any other Thai restaurant I've been to in another part of the U.S. comes with your $22 meal.
I am not giving up, though, and will try Sushi Siam next week after I've forgotten about this meal.
Great, fairly priced Thai. My friend and I went here a few nights ago and were pleasantly surprised by the wonderful food and ambiance of Thai house. The restaurant is very peaceful, with antique Buddhas placed throughout the room. The pad thai was excellent and our meal overall was quite inexpensive compared to the rest of what's in SoBe. The wine list is small but ridiculously cheap ($4 a glass!!) and the staff is very kind and polite.
What a THAI!.
Where do I start? Hmm, maybe with the words that this is the BEST THAI food I have ever had. I am from New York City, where Thai restaurants are abundant (Pongsri, Spice, Sea and many more to name a few). None come close to the taste, service and portions that this place gives.
I ordered the "Smiling Fish" and it has the most authenthic thai sauce taste. None of that instant stuff. Only word of caution, when the waitress asks level of spice from 1-4, 3 being medium....I suggest go for the 2.
The price was a little high, about 19 to 23 for an entree but all Miami restaurants are like that.
An authentic Thai restaurant with a comprehensive menu and sushi..
Thai lovers are thankful for this place and its sibling in North Miami Beach. The beach location offers a page of tofu options for vegetarians (if you ask), including massaman tofu with sweet potato, snow peas and pineapple in a curry-based sauce, as well as stir-fry tofu with broccoli and onions. Pad thai is nearly perfect, with a hint of potent fish sauce and a tinge of sweetness. As a side, try Thai fries, strips of boniato (sweet potato-like root) dunked in coconut pulp and quickly fried.
"I said, Let's Talk Thai". Ok, ok already.Ill admit, I used to travel to Kendall to Thai Orchid restaurant for years, that is until I discovered Thai House II on the beach..ahhhhhh.what a relief! No more long trips (unless Im in the area). Thai House is by far the absolute best Thai restaurant Ive ever been to in South Florida. The Pad Thai is amazing, the shrimp are large and the sauce is perfectly balanced (not too heavy), you can tell that they make it for you on the spot. The Thom Ga Kai soup is light and refreshing, not too much chicken and perfectly seasoned, so you can savor the ingredients individually, you know the coconut milk, the lemon grass, and oh its just absolutely fabulous. The decor is impeccable, talk about some serious Phen Shuey energy flowing here. You feel comfortable from the moment you walk in. Its magnificent. Youll go home happy.
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