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Thai Cuisine

Rated 4.45 out of 5 based on 29 reviews.
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6777 Overland Rd. Boise, ID 83709
208-658-0516
phone 208-658-0516
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Restaurant Description:

Thai Cuisine is a Thai restaurant located in Boise, ID.

Meals Served:

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Details:

  • Good for Groups
  • Good for Kids
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Ken Davis said:

The best Thai food in the Treasure Valley, bar none!
I lived in Thailand for two years and ate almost nothing but Thai and Lao food the entire time. I've tried virtually every Thai restaurant from Nampa to Boise and Thai Cuisine beats them all. Great, authentic food, reasonable prices and outstanding service.
 
July 22, 2013
Votes: +1

Dodie Henscheid said:

You gotta' go to this restaurant!
I've been here often and just love it! Everything is so great: food, decor, service, no blasting music, you name it. I read the blog about the hot food not being very hot at all and all I can figure is that person was weaned on jalpeno milk!

The price is beyond fair and we love the bargain lunch prices. At this point, I think this place is one of Treasure Valley's best-kept secrets.smilies/grin.gif
 
September 25, 2009
Votes: +1

Anonymous said:

Great Thai!
Without a doubt the best Thai food in town!!
 
November 21, 2008
Votes: +1

Kim said:

pretty good!
pretty good! I just wish when you order the hottest that it was actually hot! I got a 3 or 4 and it was very very mild! but over all good! a little more expensive that a few others but still pretty good! but there are still better ones in town!
 
July 28, 2008
Votes: -2

Wildcat Dianne said:

Thai Cuisine
My friend Leslie and I share the same April 30 birthday, and we always go to eat at a nice restaurant in Boise or Meridian on that day to celebrate. This year, Leslie suggested we try a Thai restaurant, and since she has been to most of the Thai restaurants in the Treasure Valley, I let her choose the place.There are many Thai Restaurants on Overland Road in Boise, Idaho, but when Leslie, Mom, and I stopped at two of them, they were both closed, which was surprising for a Sunday because most Asian restaurants are open in the Boise are. So, Leslie pulled into Thai Cuisine, which didn't have any cars in the parking lot, but it was open. YIPPEEE! Leslie said that this restaurant was great because of the authentic Thai furnishings and cuisine. Sounded good to us!Upon entering Thai Cuisine, we were greeted by a young man who would be our waiter. We were given our menus, and we ordered some hot tea to start with while we read our menus and admired the intricate wood carvings of elephants and Thai history throughout the restaurant. We had the place to ourselves for the time, and we enjoyed it.Leslie told our waiter that it was our birthday and wanted to know what he recommended for us to start with. He recommended we try the Thai Wraps, Hidden Prawns, and Thai Spring Rolls. Since Mom, Leslie, and I were splitting the bill, we chose an appetizer a piece of the above mentioned appetizers. They arrived a few minutes later and they looked and tasted great. The Thai Wrap was chicken in a sweet mango sauce with raw veggies and sauce that you put on a buttery flat bread. The Hidden Prawn was a huge shrimp breaded in ground chicken and fried. It also came with a mildly spicy chili sauce. The egg rolls were small morsels of veggies in a crisp thin dough.For dinner we also ordered an entree a piece for all of us to share. Leslie got the Lemongrass Chicken that our waiter recommended; Mom (who was hesitant at trying Thai food) got a stir fry of broccoli, chicken, and Thai veggies in a light, mild sauce; and I got the Swimming Rama, chicken with broccoli and spinach in peanut sauce. Our entrees came with jasmine rice and more tea. The lemongrass chicken was a curry of chicken breasts with subtle flavors of cardamom and lemongrass. Mom's stir fry was awesome, and my Swimming Rama was not spicy, but subtly sweet with the taste of peanut butter, chicken, and veggies.Happily satiated, Leslie, Mom, and I enjoyed some coconut ice-cream that was courtesy of the restaurant in honor of our birthday. It was light and had a subtle coconut flavor that even coconut hater Mom enjoyed.Our bill came to just over $50 which was split three ways with a nice tip for our waiter. We plan to return soon!
 
April 04, 2008
Votes: +2

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