Both the Tom Ka soup and the Drunken noodles were tasty, but they lacked real heat. Don't expect super spicy, and you will be satisfied. Service was great, and Mai Tai was good.
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Started with Petworth roll (sushi) and it was delicious. It was supposed to be split between my husband and myself but two of our children ended up eating half of it. It was a hit all around. I ordered the duck and would recommend it...More
Second time dining at Sala Thai this week although first time at this location, convenient by metro (Green/yellow line U Street station only a block away). The sidewalk in front of the restaurant is sloped, forming a ramp leading to the entrance on both sides,...More
Sala Thai is reasonably priced with good food and quick service. What else could you want in a restaurant?
Was in DC for biz, heard U street area was hoppin'. Hotel concierge recommended this place, or "Rice" before a concert nearby. Sala was closer for me. Glad it was. Time was abt 6pm on Friday so not real busy yet. Very friendly, prompt service,...More
Good food for relatively cheap prices, with very quick service. Never been for the live music, but it's a good place for a quick bite, with a good variety of choices.
I love the sushi at this place! It is always fresh and delicious. I love the decor along with the live jazz every once in the awhile. This is my and my friends go-to meet up spot. They also have a delicious thai menu with...More
Hold the chopsticks i don't want to miss a drop of this wonderful food. The portions are very generous and the wait staff is very friendly and always ready to meet your needs..Don't forget the drinks very refreshing...
One of the main reasons I like this place is its stellar location. But it also has great Thai food. With generous portions- more bang for your buck! If you're looking for a delicious Thai meal in the U Street area, this is where you...More