I would eat here out of convenience but it is not worth going out of the way for. Almost empty during lunch hour.
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My wife is not a Thai food fan so every trip up to our corporate office in Everett includes a trip to Mukilteo Thai. Never a wait, friendly staff, and the food is awesome. I've eaten at Thai restaurants all over the world and this...More
Ordered a Togo meal. One portion sufficient for two medium appetites. The chicken satay was bit dry and bland. Fried rice was sticky. Not the best but not many options nearby.
Went with my cousins PJ and JP Walsh and my sisters Melinda Nielsen and Gini McLoud. We had the best food and service sampler is the best and it will definitely be on my list to dine at again next time I’m in the state...More
Our family loves Thai food, but this place immensely over uses fish sauce in all its dishes. We came home and our carry out reeked! And the taste was so bad we threw it out.
Food was good and reasonably priced. The only unusual thing was that when you order curry or a non-noodle dish the do not include steam rice. In all our travels through the U.S. I have not run into a Thai restaurant that charges extra for...More
We were on our way back to Seattle and stopped by in front of this place. Rather than searching for some place for lunch in Seattle we decided to give this a try. It's an authentic Thai place. The three of us ordered quite different...More
This appears to be a family run restaurant and food is fresh and well portioned. We went on a Saturday evening and there were only two other customers. The service was attentive and food was brought to table in reasonable time . The server and...More
We ordered & waited there for the food to take out, the guy seemed angry at something, and we left the place with the impression that he did not want us there. At home, when we opened the plastic take out bag, the curry had...More