My husband and I love their “Flaming Pot for Two”, a tomato based broth with onions and chicken. My son always orders the Dunken Noodle with Chicken, which is delicious. I also recommend all of the Fried Rice varieties.
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Went here to pick up dinner; the place has 8-10 tables, and was not crowded when we went. I believe this is a BYOB place, but please confirm. The place is run by a family, so service is there with a smile and personal attention....More
Food is always fresh and the right about of heat! Of course you can get it mild, medium or hot! My personal favorite is the Cashew Chicken medium spicy! The Wong Tong Soup is superb! The place is very small and quite, service is excellent.
It used to be a nice little restaurant hidden in Lakewood. Now, the owner changed, the food is totally not the same. The meat was cooked hard and not tender, the flavor was not there, the overall experience was subpar.
The family who owns the Thai food restaurant is very nice and provide excellent service. I placed a to go order and she was nice enough to wait to cook it so it would be fresh when I arrived. The staff also made sure I...More
My son visits Bangkok Inn often and suggested we try it while we were in town. There were five of us and we had corn cakes and satay for appetizers, white pepper garlic with chicken, drunken noodles with pork, chicken cashew and some curry my...More
I have been patronizing Bangkok Inn since it opened and I've never had a disappointing meal. The food is always delicious and I maintain they have the best Pad Thai in Dallas! They also have some of the best corn patties I've ever had. It's...More
This restaurant is a nice little neighborhood place. The food was average and the service was just so-so. The menu was nice and very reasonably priced. While the food was tasty, it wasn't anything special. I would go back if I had a Thai desire...More