Stopped in for lunch. Busy but quick. Friendly staff, great Thai at a reasonable price. Will go there again next time in Seattle.
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Tried to grab a quick bite for lunch and this place looked cool. It was speedy, but the food Wang anything special. Got the chicken pad Thai and for the price, you would think it would be a little bigger. They do have gluten free,...More
Quick, simple online ordering, easy pick up and tasty. Not a blow your mind meal but a solidly amenable lunch staple. Curries on point, non spicy phad thai and you can make it out for under $10 a plate.
First I was a little skeptical, because the restaurant looks a little worn down from outside. Nevertheless we went in for lunch and the food was great!! The prices are low and you get your food right away. I'd recommend the restaurant to people that...More
I was in the city on business and had a chance to find this place while walking during the noon break. I'm lucky that I found it while the line was short. My Thai is inadequate, but a simply greeting got me a table ahead...More
Love the specials this place serves up. Especially Khoa Mun Gai Mondays. They put their heart and soul into their food. Great customer service. Not to be missed.
Met a friend for lunch and picked Thai Simple because of its reputation on TA. It did not disappoint! It was fast, inexpensive and delicious. Everything we ordered was excellent. Get there early (11:45) to beat the lunch crowd or you may have to wait...More
All of us loved the food, really great and delicious, not too spicy. Generous portions. Large menu selection, be sure to get Thai Ice Tea in the summer!
Walked by this location outside the International District station. Horrible location considering the types of people that choose to hangout on the streets in front, but this place is a gem. Small location, good service and good selection. I recommend the panang curry with brown...More
I have been addicted to Thai food for the last several years.... first eating it multiple times per week while living in Brooklyn, then learning how to cook it myself from ingredients scavenged in the ID after moving to Seattle (as I had tried a...More