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  • Jeanie C.

    Just visited this excellent establishment, the food was delicious. My husband and I tried the fried rice, pad thai, teriyaki beef and egg rolls. I enjoyed every extremely hot bite of it. The advice of others is accurate, easy on the spice scale. I had a 2 and oiy. The place is clean and has a neat little paint job on the outside. Don't blink or you might miss it. I highly recommend you give er a try.

    (5)
  • Jewelbe S.

    Reign of Thai! Taste likes my momma' cooking!! A drive but worth it!!! Delicious! Delicious!

    (5)
  • Brad S.

    Best buffet so many different options love it they know me here and try to go once a week.

    (5)
  • Scott W.

    So I get this notice across Facebook that some of my friends want to go to the Sunday buffet here in about 2-1/2 hours. I really like Thai. I had to call my help and tell her not to come in and went off to meet Monica, Rand and Norm. What a lovely place to have lunch, or probably dinner too. My favorite Thai dish is red curry with chicken and theirs is very good, with the heat level at medium which I like. I tried several other dishes and liked every one. The owners are super nice. Keeping in mind this is a buffet, I know at least three of us tipped in the 18-25% range because of the quality of food and service and the value of the meal.

    (4)
  • Monica O.

    It was a spur of the moment thing and happy that it happened! I met up with Rand H, Norm R & Scott W to try the Reign of Thai buffet on a Sunday afternoon. Every item in the buffet looked delish and fresh, I tried a variety of things and enjoyed them all, egg rolls, chicken won tons, pad thai, beef massaman curry, chicken pangang curry just to name a few. Massaman curry is my favorite curry, and normally I chose chicken but the beef was good too! Service was friendly and learned from the server that it was her aunt and uncle who cooked all the dishes. Sundays buffet was 10.99 and it is very much worth the price! If I am ever in the area again you bet I will be back!

    (4)
  • Bill W.

    This place has great Thai food with really good, friendly service. A family operation, they really pay attention to their clients and make their clients feel as if they are guests enjoying a family meal. Food quantity is large. Definitely watch the spice level. Level 5 is Thai hot, hot, hot and really for the very serious spice lover. A word to the wise.... The fish cakes are some of the best around. This is definitely one of my regular places!

    (5)
  • Norm R.

    I've always enjoyed dining in this location in its previous incarnations and it seems that the dining pleasure will continue with this reboot. The new owners have done a good job with new decorative touches and with maintaining the bright spacious ambiance of the place. My yelp friends Rand, Scott, Monica, and I tried the Sunday lunch buffet and I thoroughly enjoyed pretty much everything I had. I started with mussels in a gingery herbal broth and proceeded to sample each of the main offerings - the flavorful pad thai, the delicious eggplant and tofu dish, the spicy curries, and other meat and vegetable dishes - all very good. The lively young hostess made sure that our water glasses were always filled and the dishes taken away as we went back to the serving area for more helpings. I'm looking forward to literally many happy returns to this restaurant.

    (5)
  • Leah L.

    We had the lunch buffet for $10. Totally worth it. There were 2 types of soup, including my favorite...coconut chicken. The buffet also included 5 different types of curry, which were all delicious....yeah...i tried them all. I half expected this place to be mediocre because it's buffet but it was superb. It's. A great place for someone new to Thia food because they have so much to choose from. My belly is full and happy.

    (5)
  • Jennifer O.

    I had the pleasure of attending the ISC UYE here a couple weekends back and was pleasantly surprised by the Thai buffet offerings. This place has a legit buffet with dish after dish of fresh Thai foods (and the employees continuously brought out fresh food). They had a tasty lemongrass soup, a delicious spicy chicken dish, and several tasty curries. Additionally, their eggplant was tender and perfect. They had all types of meat, noodles, tofu, soups, curries, and even vegetarian spring rolls... huge range. This place is fairly far from my house, but If I were craving a Thai buffet, I would certainly return!

    (4)
  • Amanda L.

    This is my second time here and it's been delicious! Finally was able to come for their weekday lunch buffet... and it was so worth ~$10. I love their coconut chicken soup with a hint of spice, pad thai, fat noodles, and spicy basil chicken.... others tasted good as well but I forgot what they were called... the staff were very nice and attentive. The decor was beautiful and felt authentic. I'm definitely coming back! (Note: parking lot is a bit awkward to get into, but worked)

    (4)
  • Connie L.

    Review on the buffet. Food is decent. Spicy dishes not overly spicy but oily. Dishes are flavorful. About 6 different curries to try. Not much stuff inside the curry. They had some steamed veggies that I just added to my curry. Also, they didn't refill their stuff often. So there was supposed to be a fish dish, but they refilled the eggs rolls and the fried wonton like twice instead. So you can see what they want you to stuff yourself up with first. The flavor of the pad see ew was good, but I just didn't like the overly oilyness. Also, the fried rice was not good. Just hard. The pad thai is okay. No sweet desserts...

    (3)
  • Eric E.

    Best thai in Phoenix !! Lunch buffet is awesome. I recently went for dinner to see how the quality was off the menu versus the buffet. Surprisingly they were both great. This place is a can't miss -you won't be disappointed.

    (5)
  • Sara D.

    Reign of Thai is the best Thai food in the valley. The yellow curry is perfect! Everything on the menu is yummy. Great service too!

    (5)
  • Brittany D.

    If you want to eat REAL AUTHENTIC THAI, this is your place. I have never been more impressed with a local Thai restaurant. The buffet is highly recommended since you are able to try all their different dishes. If you can't handle spicy, I would err on caution with the buffet dishes and order off the menu first. I love this place so much I am going to go there for lunch. My 2 year old has been eating here with me since she started eating solids... and I dined here throughout my pregnancy. It is soooo goooodddd. Highly recommended if you want thaiiiiiii. P.s. the new owners upped their game. My favorite Thai restaurant in North Phoenix.

    (5)
  • Annie L.

    Great food!! And love the decor. Got the soup, curry, and coconut ice cream. One of the best Thai restaurants I've been to! Watch out for the spice level!

    (5)
  • Sara T.

    Best food ever! The FBI is to DIE for. I have always had a great experience. The only thing I would caution is that their spice level is a little inconsistent. Love it spicy but the 4 can be uncomfortable sometimes. Also, try the Thai tea!

    (5)
  • Stephanie E.

    The best Thai food I've had in Phoenix... Well really the best I've ever had anywhere ever. Pad thai- amazing, panang curry- holy sh*t, fried tofu -yes please! This place is formally Pete's Thai. The new staff here is really friendly and seem really happy to have you dining at their restaurant. The food presentation is perfect... The vegetables still are colorful and not over cooked. The waitress knew what was gluten free - which was basically everything on the menu. Oh and the plates they use are adorable. Hand painted white and blue china. Pretty much every aspect was perfection.

    (5)
  • Chanda S.

    Atmosphere is very unique and pleasant. Food had great flavor and portions were very fair for price and quality. Fried won tons were inconsistent in filling and soft drinks have no free refills for 2 dollars you should offer refills.

    (4)
  • L A.

    We have been here a lot since the first time! We have brought plenty of new customers too! This by far is the best Thai food ever. Very fresh and never had anything bad. Now when we go there we tell them to surprise us and they have! We will try everything on the menu! Customer service is great!! See you all soon!! Good beer and wine too!

    (5)
  • Yasmine S.

    Don't be put off by the fact that it's next to a car repair shop. The food is really good, the servings are generous, and the staff are really friendly and have a sense of humor. Their curries are excellent, as is their pad thai. It's also very vegetarian friendly. This is my go-to place for Thai food. I highly recommend it.

    (5)
  • Fifi M.

    I went here for the first time 2 weeks ago. Service was great! The owner was taking care of the front bc his server called out sick. He was so nice and friendly and really cared about making his customers happy. For that they get an extra star. It was clean, bright, and decor was nice. Food was delicious, everything was fresh and nice.

    (5)
  • Paige G.

    Haven't had Thai food in a very, very long time and i have to say i was pleasnatly surprised. Looks a little sketch on the outside, but don't let that little building in Phoenix fool you because its nice and clean inside. Had the lunch buffet and it was phenomenal. A good mixture of noodle and rice dishes as well as chicken, beef, tofu, veggie dishes. Will definitely be back!

    (4)
  • Chris H.

    I have been passing this place for quite some time and finally decided to stop for lunch as I have never been to a Thai Buffet before. I'm usually the guy that orders off the menu and asks for "Thai Hot" which is usually followed by "Thai Hot?" then my reply is "Yes, just as you would eat it" with disbelief on the servers part as my order heads back to the kitchen. However, this being a lunch buffet, it's obvious to say the spice needs to be palatable for most diners in the establishment. The atmosphere was nice and staff very attentive, just maybe a bit lacking in clearing the plates from the table, but otherwise no issues. I tried a few different items from the buffet, Pad Thai, Yellow Curry Chicken, Spicy Chicken and Green beans, Spring Roll, and Coconut Chicken Soup. All the dishes were flavorful and had a slight kick to them. I'm sure you could as for extra spice on the side if you needed more, but everything was satisfactory. I'd recommend it for a good lunch and I will be back to order off the menu at a later date.

    (3)
  • Tom H.

    One of the great lunch dining experiences in this impoverished dining region of Phoenix is the Reign of Thai. Daily, the chef produces a reasonably priced luncheon buffet that is hard to surpass. A lover curry, there are many offerings. In fact you have two choices of soups and 12 choices including the popular pad thai. Have taken guests there. Everyone loves the choices, quality, and price.

    (5)
  • Craig B.

    It doesn't looks like much from the outside but this place is one of my favorite Thai restaurants. Excellent service, amazing food and I always end up with leftovers for the next day.

    (5)
  • Erika M.

    This place is great! They have an excellent lunch buffet and the staff is awesome. One of the owners who is also one of the chefs even came out to talk to us when I had a question about one of their dishes. Highly recommend this place!

    (5)
  • Peanut B.

    My husband and I love this place. The food is amazingly good. The service is awesome. Definitely come back again.

    (5)
  • Michael W.

    Great food and atmosphere! Awesome customer service family owned and they all are friendly and very attentive to their customers. First time here and I'm definitely coming back!

    (5)
  • Charlotte D.

    Food is delicious. My favorites are Tom Kha soup and the yellow curry. The lunch buffet is a great option reasonably priced and you can taste everything. The staff is very friendly, the only negative and is why I'm giving a four star is I prefer booth seating which they don't have. It used to be BYOB but now they serve alcohol. Over all a great restaurant and one of my favorites.

    (4)
  • Barbara R.

    I've had the killer lunch buffet here and decided to come here for dinner. Everything is homemade to order and is delicious. If you're a rookie with spice, order without any stars (goes up to 3). They grind their own hot chilis, so even if you like things "hot," I'd still advise 1 star in regards to spice level. I love the pad see yew (flat noodles) and my boyfriend loves their curry. Curry is on the thick side, so come hungry!

    (4)
  • Jenn D.

    I went here for the lunch buffet and was blown away! Not the greatest location, I was a little weary at first. But, I was proven wrong because the food was out of this world. I have been to numerous thai places around the valley and this is by FAR the best!

    (5)
  • Megala S.

    I have never seen such a worst buffet restaurant in my life. Very few variety of food with just 2 starters and no dessert.10.99 for this buffet restaurant is just waste of money.

    (1)
  • Danny O.

    Stay away! The food from the buffet is not worth ten dollars...I wouldn't eat it if it was free.As I write this I have a stomach ache after one medium size plate of food.

    (1)
  • Meghan D.

    Close to the best Thai food I've ever had, definitely the best in the neighborhood. First time trying it last night and I'm glad I did. Found my go-to Thai restaurant! Owner was friendly and genuine, service was spot-on. And the FOOD was delicious. Shrimp Satay with peanut sauce, Pad See Ew, Panang Curry, spice level 2 was about medium, pretty spicy, and I like spice! Mango sweet rice...I thought I couldn't eat another bite after dinner, but could not stop with the addictive mango sweet rice. Great sized portions for reasonable prices. They do not allow BYOB but are working on obtaining their liquor license. Can't wait for that. Regardless, we will be going back soon and often!

    (5)
  • Harvey S.

    We went with friends. None of the four of us were very knowledgeable on Thai cuisine. Our server was wonderful offered excellent choices and none of us were sorry with our choices. Good food and good service very enjoyable for our first time here. Not much from the outside next to an Aamco parking lot but worth the trip here. Will return

    (4)
  • Nando M.

    This place is right around the corner from my house. Thought I'd give it a shot. Restaurant was not that busy and there were three wait staff. Wait staff was very friendly, BUT service was very poor. Prices were also over priced for the portion sizes. Not a terrible place, but I've definitely had better.

    (2)
  • Dan A.

    Great food, check your spice level at the door. They can make it hot if you like. Fast friendly service. Not over bearing, yet very attentive. Ott is a very pleasant and will take time to chat with you. He always makes us feel welcome. Thanks Ott.

    (5)
  • Lucky T.

    Sometimes a little too hot for my own taste, but this very tiny place really tries. Good flavor for everything at their buffet with great soups for sure. Pad Thai was sub-par to me, but the chicken with pineapple curry was really good and filling.I did try some ginger chicken but way too hot, and I did keep choking on the lemongrass soup with the red peppers floating in it. The food, tho, is clean and plentiful--just a little hotter than this American taste can handle often. One negative is that there is no dessert at all on the buffet which surprised me, since I don't think I have ever been to a buffet with no offering for dessert. Something would have been nice. One caveat: Went on a hot Summer day for about 1.5 hours, and their electricity (lights, fans, etc.) went out about 8 times--but immediately went on again. They must have someone standing there and flipping the switch at the electric box all the time. This is a good Thai place, tho, and if you like your hot at a 3-5 level you will just love this place. Unfortunately, I don't like it that hot.

    (3)
  • Becca N.

    Let's start with the soups. Out of this world delicious. The Silver Noodle and Tom Kha are spectacular. Deeply flavorful. Hands down some of the best soups I've had in a long time. Clearly I can't recommend Reign of Thai's soups more. On to the noodles. The Pad Thai is always a good point of comparison, and sadly, Reign of Thai's Pad Thai was a major swing and a miss. It was waaaay too sweet, lacked any kind of complex flavor, and even my kid said it was gross and wouldn't eat it. Yuck. The Pad See Ew was ok, but nothing special. It was edible, at least. Larb is one of our very favorite dishes and sadly, this white girl makes a far better larb in her own kitchen. It majorly lacked one of the signature flavors of larb: toasted rice powder. It's like they skimped on it. Not cool. They also really skimped on the service. Awful. Just awful. Aside from actually carrying our dishes to our table, there was literally no service. He never checked on us which made it difficult to ask where our missing dish was. It also left us very thirsty. All in all, Reign of Thai offered a good soup experience and I'd come back for those. But only those. Otherwise, it's not worth the trip if you're looking for an authentic, high quality Thai meal.

    (3)
  • Amanda I.

    5 star rating for their pad thai and spiciness! Very authentic flavors. I enjoy other noodle dishes such as pad see ew and drunken noodles, but I definitely think their pad thai is much better than the other noodle dishes on the menu. Curries and soups are always delicious too! Of the 3 or 4 Thai restaurants in the block, this is my favorite when I'm craving pad thai. One portion size of this will feed a small family of four or one gluttonous foodie.

    (5)
  • Fazle H.

    Probably the best thai food I had. When I ordered the server asked how hot I wanted my food, so I said "thai hot" , he said that was about a 4 on a scale to 5. So I asked to get it as hot as possible. He looked at me like I was crazy, so I looked at him like he was crazy for thinking I couldn't the heat, so I asked for a 10 on a scale of 1 to 5. The food was so hot I might as well have been eating the peppers, but it was so good I couldn't stop eating.

    (5)
  • Jill G.

    Great Thai food in North Phoenix!!! This is my new favorite go-to for Thai for sure! We came here on a Wednesday night - we were seated right away and the service was very friendly and attentive. The atmosphere is nothing fancy but is colorful and happy and you can actually hear yourself talk. If you are into sports they even have TVs at the bar to catch a game. We ordered the egg rolls - crispy and flavorful with an amazing sweet and sour sauce. I would have eaten a whole platter. For a starter I would get 2 per person as they are on the smaller side. The we got the plain fried rice (level 1 hot) - amazing!!! Huge chunks of tender chicken, crisp green beans, yum! We also got the green pineapple curry - with chicken (level 2 hot). Really good. With bamboo, peppers, etc. The sauce was nice and thin and fresh - perfect for drizzling over the white rice it comes with. There were two of us and we had enough leftovers for lunch the next day. Amazing!!!! But beware of their spice levels and go with their recommendations! I wouldn't go higher than level 2 and I like hot! Lol.

    (5)
  • Cheryl R.

    Omg, so good! The Tom Kha Gah was so flavorful and creamy! The staff is friendly. They do close from 3-5 to get ready for dinner BUT they do not turn away people! The Pad Thai is AMAZING! There is a difference in white man spicy and Thai spicy. The #5 spice is very spicy! It is, what I call, Thai spicy. It is good! If you can't handle spicy then hey the #1. A great little hole in the wall restaurant, which in my opinion, are the BEST! Don't pass up this place! You are missing a great little gem!

    (5)
  • Roam J.

    Ate for dinner - food was okay with very big portions. For spicy level I normally order 4 or 5 at Thai restaurants, but we played it safe and did 2 since my wife prefers it more mild. WARNING - the food was waaaay spicier than 2 and the wife couldn't eat more than a couple bites. It even had me sweating a little - I made a comment to the waiter and he proudly told me they use fresh ground peppers and their 3 was a 5 at other places. That's great and all - but a little up front warning would be nice since we did say we wanted to keep it mild. For dishes, we had pad Thai and green pineapple curry. Quality was good and the curry made for great leftovers. Still, I felt the food overall was average and didn't come close to unseating Siam as my favorite Thai food in the valley - I suppose I'd give 3.5 stars if I could.

    (3)
  • Tera C.

    Came into town from Utah for a little getaway. We are fans of Thai food and thought we'd check out a local restaurant. I think we chose well. I ordered the red curry at a spice level of 4. 5 is the highest. I think 4 was good for when I want to be a little uncomfortable but still enjoy the meal. Chicken fried rice, pad Thai and red curry (spice level 1) were also at the table. All good, according to the party. Would definitely return but maybe choose spice levels one step down. Most Thai places I've been to in Utah that have a "native hot" (tends to be the highest on the scale) designation don't tend to serve food spicier than what I had at Reign.

    (4)
  • Eric L.

    Lunch buffet review. It's a place that I really wanted to like, but it just fell short. I arrived at 1 PM during the weekday for the buffet. What I noticed is that a lot of the curries there had thickened up after being out for so long. It really changed the texture of the curry to something I couldn't get excited about. I've seen the picture from others here and the curry I had that day just wasn't the same consistency. The pad thai was a no-go. After sitting out for so long the noodles had turned into a soggy mess. It's just not a dish that you can eat an hour after making. The food isn't bad, but with each bite I just kept wondering what it would be like as a fresh item ordered from the menu. I'll probably give it another shot and order direct or arrive for the buffet right as they open. I felt like I hadn't really gotten this restaurants "best shot." Nice open design, very friendly staff, nice mix of customers.

    (3)
  • Rand H.

    = = = = = = DAILY LUNCH BUFFET! = = = = = = Monica O. spearheaded a UYE up here today and 15 of us came out to enjoy some tasty Thai food and great Yelpie fellowship! (Thanks Monica!) The Buffet featured 15 items including two soups, Vegetable with Egg &

    (3)
  • James F.

    We come for the Buffett and never leave disappointed. The curries are awesome and everyone loves the coconut soup. You need this Thai food in your face. Trust me

    (5)
  • Cristie R.

    Love this place! Excellent lunch buffet, spring rolls, staff and they have a BYOB option.

    (5)
  • Randy C.

    WOW ~ Best Thai food on the planet ~ So fresh & crunchy, loaded with spices & flavor. If you have not checked out this hidden gem yet, boy are you missing out. We have been here a few times, and it keeps getting better. I love spicy food, and usually order the spice level on my dish at level 4, but you can adjust it anyway you want. The food here is PHENOMENAL !

    (5)
  • Elizabeth S.

    I've tried the lunch buffet and it is really good. The food is fresh and there is a good variety to choose from. The service is helpful and friendly. I have not tried dinner off the menu yet, but that is next!

    (4)
  • Kyle F.

    Great food! Hard location to find. I love the yellow curry here! The spicy food here is great. A lot of flavors to love.

    (4)
  • Jenpin W.

    Unfortunately they don't allow byob anymore and still waiting for their liquor license. We recently tried their calamari pretty darn good

    (5)
  • Moe G.

    This place is AMAZING. Whether you do the lunch buffet or order by plate, you'll love what you get. No matter what though, you must try the mango with sticky rice. It's perfect!

    (5)
  • Laura S.

    Fantastic Thai food for a very reasonable price. I especially recommend their noodle dishes. They encourage BYOB, which makes this warm little restaurant even more appealing!

    (5)
  • Nick N.

    My spouse and I did the lunch buffet at Reign of Thai on a Tuesday. The buffet food was totally great, plentiful, and included two steam tables' worth of hot choices ranging from pad thai to various curries, not to mention coconut-chicken soup. Things tasted like they'd be prepared with fresh vegetables for the most part, and the seasonings of all the dishes were all fairly hot/spicy, but very flavorful without being too peppery. I would give this restaurant 4 stars (maybe even 5) if it were kept a little cleaner and more orderly. The place has a long bar around the back of the dining room, but when we were there it was being used a collection place for dirty plates and for storage of restaurant supplies and personal items. The men's restroom could use a deep cleaning also. I met the owner who seems like a very nice well-meaning member of the community. I'm sure if he can clean up the clutter a bit to show more pride in his food and business it will be even more successful.

    (3)
  • Alyxandra S.

    Love this place too much. Great authentic food. Mango sticky rice is to die for. I love that you can bring your own beer. This is my favorite place to take my family!!!

    (5)
  • Michele C.

    Best Thai food in Arizona. Everything that my husband and I have tried have been excellent. The new owners are very friendly.

    (5)
  • Micheal M.

    We were there for the lunch buffet and would recommend it to anyone that loves Thai. There was a great variety of dishes and the flavors were incredible. There were several dishes we tried and enjoyed them all. The spicy basil chicken was excellent as well as the coconut soup and all of the curries, panang, mussaman, red, yellow and green. It was a great meal and we will be back.

    (5)
  • Anjana T.

    oooh the spice level here is truly thai spicy. people are so friendly and entertaining here. we had red curry and spicy thai basil fried rice. the guy really looked out for us on spice level. we eat pretty spicy hot food and three was just as much hot I could take. so if u don't eat hot spicy stick to one. really happy with our dinner tonight.

    (5)
  • Mike S.

    This place is a true gem, even though it's in the middle of nowhere Phoenix. Great family owned service, tasty spices in every dish, very cute/quaint setting and affordable menus. Definitely one of the best Thai restaurants we've tried in Phoenix.

    (5)
  • OFFSHORE I.

    Good fresh food in either ala carte of buffet format that is available for lunch most days. This was formerly known as Pete's Thai, which was excellent but which used a high spice level not all my friends enjoyed. Now you can use a seasoning bar with a dozen plus items to season to taste. They are friendly, trying hard and using all fresh ingredients they purchase daily or close to it. Definitely worth a try if you like traditional Thai food and really being able to taste all the many fresh herbs and spices in each dish.

    (4)
  • Reena R.

    This was my first time eating here. There was a bit of a wait for the food, but well worth it. I got the eggplant entree with tofu. The vegetables were bright, crisp and crunchy. The meal had a perfect amount of spice - I picked 3 out of 5 on the spice gauge. Very tasty with large portions.

    (5)
  • Jennifer H.

    We have been here twice for dinner and it does not disappoint. All the choices we had we fantastic - fresh and flavorful. The spice levels were perfect as some of us liked it hotter than others. Our go to restaurant in Phoenix!

    (4)
  • Lia T.

    Super clean, extremely friendly staff, and amazing food. Had the coconut soup, pad Thai, and panang curry and even my two toddlers were licking their plates! Definitely going to try the lunch buffet sometime and next time will bring some wine along bc it's byob.

    (5)
  • Craig B.

    My wife and I love the Tom Kha soup here. They use real thai peppers and Chili's for their spice which makes it authentically flavorful. The pad thai is also made properly with generous portions! And it's BYOB!

    (5)
  • Gavan S.

    Some of the best authentic Thai food, even on their buffet. I would know since I lived there for 30 years.

    (5)
  • Bary S.

    Love this place! The wait staff is very in tune to the dinners needs. Their lunch buffet is by far the best is both the flavors and the freshness categories. Amazing food at any price, but is also an incredible value.

    (5)
  • Emley L.

    Omg! This food was so delicious. They rate there spiciness on a scale of 1-10. 3 is like a five at any other restaurant.anything that has spice you can adjust to your taste. It was amazing! Best tai food yet.

    (5)
  • Walter L.

    This place has changed names twice in the last 2 years and i was curious about the new arrangement. I must say the decor is improved over the past, and the food, service and thai iced tea are all still excellent! Its still byob as well. Only bummer is no buffet on saturdays!

    (5)
  • Ryan D.

    Great Thai food! The Panang Curry was great. Things run on the spicy side so keep that in mind! Great place!

    (4)
  • Meagan R.

    Hands down some if the best Thai food I've ever had. Pad see yew was amazing. Will be back

    (5)
  • Michael F.

    Sufficient for your Thai fix but it's no Sala Thai (32nd St. just north of Shea Blvd.) Went there for dinner, so I have not yet tried the lunch buffet. I do plan on giving it a try some time. They charge for refills after the 1st soda refill, and after the 2nd tea refill. What? That shit costs them almost nothing, you're really going to charge for refills? Seems rather nitpicky and customer-unfriendly. Decent decor, the food is OK. Spiciness is from 1 to 5 and 3 was a decent amount of heat. I could not have done 4 and 5 must be suicidal. They will bring out a tray of four hot spices if you want to add a dab. All in all it's... A-OK but I live closer to Sala Thai and I would not drive the extra distance to go here.

    (3)
  • Phillip T.

    We are from Chicago and have experienced Thai food in several major cities. This place is the best. FANTASTIC! I will say that Phoenix, Arizona has the best Thai restaurant in the United States. Long live the Reign of Thai!

    (5)
  • Brian W.

    The service is better but the food is ok, Does not hold a candle to Pete's e-San Sab. I have eaten there every week since to new owners took over, ever week the food loses something. It's not bad food just not great. When new owners took over , I was excited, great service with great food. Unfortantuely it they changed the recipes and the food is just avg, have not ventured back in Feb. (I have not want to the buffet since no owners)

    (2)
  • Barbara H.

    Great Thai food. I have been here several times since it changed owners. The food is good. A little less spicy with the new chef. Service is great!! Great for vegans

    (4)
  • Cactus P.

    Wonderful Friday night meal. We were a group of four. Satey, soup, a couple of entrees and dessert were all great. we ordered heat level 2 which was the right heat and Spidey for us. We are looking forward to trying the lunch buffet.

    (5)
  • Joshua B.

    Have driven by it several times and commented to myself "you should try it one day." Well today was that day and boy am I kicking myself that it didn't try it sooner. The place was clean, quite and our server was fantastic. I had the chicken pad-see-yew and it was great. The chicken had a nice sear to it and the vegetables were cooked perfectly. The dish had some spicy at a level 2 but it wasn't too spicy and it is great that you get to choose how spicy you want your food. My wife had the Mas-Sa-Mum curry which was the hit of the night. I ate more of her curry than I did of my noodles. Our server, who I believe is one of the owners, encouraged us to come for one of the buffets to try an assortment of different dishes. She explained that the buffet consists of a large portion of the normal menu not a buffet menu. All in all a great dinning experience and will go back

    (5)
  • David M.

    I'm use to eating at other Thai restaurants in Scottsdale and Tempe, this is a true hidden treasure. Outstanding food and service. This is one of my top five in the world now

    (4)
  • Millie R.

    So impressed. I have been wanting to try a Thai buffet to sample different curries. This place did not disappoint. Clean and open seating with a great buffet. Really enjoyed the variety of food. Fresh, great veggies, fantastic spice. The curries were delicious, I My favorites were the green and yellow curry . I was less excited about the Pad Thai but also think that a buffet isn't the best for that. . Will be back again. Service was wonderful as well.

    (5)
  • Tomas P.

    Great Lunch Buffet! Must come for dinner also! I'm adding all sorts of words so yelp will make it a review and not a tip. How stupid! My cherrie has been broken!

    (5)
  • Gina M.

    What a gem of a place! Family owned & operated. Take your favorite bottle of wine with you as it's a terrific BYOB spot. We ordered one entree & the ingredients were so fresh & vibrant. The broccoli & broccoli rabe was perfectly cooked & crunchy. The bean sprouts were large, white & burst with flavor in your mouth. The chicken plump & perfectly cooked. They err on the side of hot in their recipes as we had a level 2 & it was a fairly hot flavor. We have both traveled to Thailand & thought we were tough but I caution to get 2 or lower. We enjoyed our bottle of Chardonnay while we ate. We enjoyed it so much that we ordered the same recipe to go! As a lighter dessert we got the coconut ice cream with fried bananas. Perfectly delightfully light & sized to share. The ambience is delicately decorated with Thai artifacts & impeccably clean. The bathroom was super clean, painted a cool silver & smelled of orchids. The door to the kitchen was open & I peeked inside & it was clean & everything was in its proper place. I was very happy to see that. My only question was the audio ambience. There were not many tables occupied & it felt a little desolate that music would fill the vacant space. I remember hearing a little but then it was off. The only other concern was the clarity of the menu. My date did all the ordering so I did not browse the menu but he said it was really confusing to the new customer. We stayed a few hours & by that time there were a few more tables occupied. I was happy to see that. I highly highly recommend this place. How we learned about it was on a recommendations from a stranger on a Piestwa Peak mountain hike. Thank you kind stranger.

    (5)
  • Tammie Y.

    Love this place. The family is cute and friendly. The good is fantastic and tastes authentic. Highly recommend. Yummy! Now if they could just be open a little longer in the afternoon it would be perfect.

    (5)
  • Phyllis L.

    This is definitely the best Thai restaurant I've been to. The food is beyond delicious (went to dinner--haven't had their lunch buffet), the presentation was beautiful and the service was beyond helpful and friendly. I would recommend this restaurant to anybody who likes Thai food. It is small, quaint, and I love that you can bring your own wine.

    (5)
  • Katie M.

    My friends and I go to this "secret" restaurant for "Friday Thaiday". The owners are always friendly, laughing, and welcoming. The entire family helps out. The food is delicious...you choose your spice levels for any dish. The Rad Na (spelling?) noodles, the red or yellow curry, and the coconut soup are outstanding. 5 stars! You can skip the wontons and the Thai toast appetizers. We now laugh with the servers about it, but the only negative is that the food takes FOREVER to be served. It comes out one dish at a time, so if you are with a big group, it is a wonderfully slow dinner. The soup may be the last dish to appear or the first...you never know. The inside of this restaurant is unexpected. Cute and clean. Bring your own wine or beer and there is no corkage fee. They will bring you a big ice bucket, corkscrew, whatever you need. Come when you are not in a hurry. Come and enjoy this delicious, authentic Thai food!

    (4)
  • Jennifer M.

    If you love Thai food, you gotta check this place out on Sunday for the buffet! Great value & the food is sooo good! I hate to post this because I don't want to have to wait for a table when all of you try it..haha...but this place deserves a lot of business! The staff is friendly & so welcoming!

    (5)
  • Chris E.

    One of the best kept secrets in Phoenix - hands down! I don't think I have ever had Pad Thai that good before. Even better, they have plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options. If you are anywhere near North Phoenix, check this place out!

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Tue

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

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