Fast service. Chicken is terrific. Cooked to perfection. We also loved the pinto beans. Nice salsa bar.
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After a 12 hour drive- this place hit the spot! There were a total of 6 of us, service was friendly and efficient. We all ordered something different: curry, pad pak, kid's meal, Thai steak, pad Thai, and tom yang ha, everyone loved their food- delicious! Even dessert was good. And the dishes that came with rice- we were pleasantly... More
We enjoyed our meal here tonight, in a quiet, unassuming spot near a large mall. We started out with appetizers of fish cakes and fried calamari. The fish cakes and sauce were excellent and very flavorful. Unfortunately the calamari needed your pet pit bull to chew it first. We could not eat it. This was followed by entrees of Pad... More
Our first time here and we loved it. I'm so glad we passed by all the chain restaurants surrounding the mall and found this gem. I loved the green curry. I think I might have been happy just smelling it and not even eating it. My husband loved the pad gee mow. This one was a little spicy for my... More
This is the best Thai food I've had in the area. I passed it for years not paying much attention to its location in the strip mall. After finally eating here, I'm hooked. The flavors are beautiful. There are plenty of things to try, and the portions are a good size. We usually get a few dishes and eat family... More
Of all the Thai restaurants in the area, Sweet Basil reminds me most of more traditional Thai cooking. Thai style means ground chicken, not cut up chicken breast. Spicy means spicy, not "are you sure?". Thai style means simple ingredients, not stir fried with whatever you can find in the garden. Sure, Sweet Basil has those kind of dishes as... More
Serene, calm atmosphere, dishes arranged artfully and prepared to taste as good as they look. Both visits were flawless events. This family run establishment emits the feeling that they care about the customer as well as the food.
We went for dinner and it was quiet inside. Very cute decor. Waitress was very nice, helpful about the menu, on point with all our needs and even let us try Thai tea when we asked about it. We had lettuce wraps that were great. I recommend getting the peanut dressing for them. I had yellow curry and my boyfriend... More
This is a very unassuming restaurant in a strip by the mall. When my sis and I finally decided to visit and was pleasantly surprised upon entering. It was a Monday evening and not crowded, so we were seated immediately. We are both vegan and we love anything Thai, so it works out. We got the Tofu Tod and it... More
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