It was good food I would go again if I was in the area.
Best Thai food I have had in a restaurant. I especially liked the papaya salad and the Thai tapioca pudding dessert. If I ever make it to Las Vegas again I will DEFINITELY be eating here more than once!!!
Like attending a funeral .............. I have been going to Thai Spice for years and even make trips back to Las Vegas to take care of business once a year since I moved to Oklahoma 6 years ago always looking forward to eating at Thai Spice. This year all the way to Vegas my wife and I talked about Thai Spice and how we were so looking forward to tasting our l favorite dish of Mint Leave Chicken and/or Coconut Shrimp for lunch. With mouths drooling and so ready for out long awaited treat, we slowly read the sign on the window that ssaid "Closed For Re-Modeling". Our jaws droped! After traveling around 1200 miles just waiting to put a fork full of that great Thai food in our mouths, here we were standing in front of the place we had been looking forward to go for lunch and just drooling on their front window. Like a couple of hungry abandond dogs pearing into where they just knew their prayers were soon to be answered and seeing an empty room with the signs of construction going on. Sad won't cover the feeling. Now I see Bjab's comment on NEW OWNERS. It just hit me. I've had my last great meal at the Thai Spice that I loved for 9 plus years. It's almost like having just attended a funeral.
BEWARE NEW OWNER.
New owner new prices. Place was clean and remodeled, first clue was a new menu. I have been eating here for over 10 years. I first notice a 20% increase in prices at minimum. Second clue the restraint is now listed as Thai and Chinese cuisine. One of us wanted Chinese food and ordered sweet and scour chicken, and it was good. My wife ordered a yellow curie dish and chicken Tum Yum soup. The curie was very salty no Thai flavor lacking coconut milk and spices. The Tum yum soup was from a can it did not have any fresh galangal root, lemon grass or lime leafs. I order a Yum Nuea beef salad Thai hot with fresh chilies. The balance was very bad no lime or lemon juice and very little fish sauce. The chilies were omitted for some hot Chile powder.The meat was what I get in a Chinese restraint well done and spongy. I will not go back, what a lost treasure. The cook must be Chinese.
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BEST THAI FOOD IN LAS VEGAS.
we took our friends to experiencd the food that my other friend been talk about for long time finally we had a chance to try them out myself. now i believed them the food was excellence specially the Tom Yum soup to start with follow with Shrimp Vegetable, Phad Thai and Chicken Sate and combination fry rice was so tasety. The servers
very friendly quick and helpful , surrounding is extreamly
present music was very sooding. I would recommend and body and every body to try it out the best thai food in Las
Vegas for the very reasonable prices. We will be back Thai Spice.....
Great Thai. The food here is authentic and tasty. Everything my family and I tried here was excellent! The Pad Thai and lettuce wraps are a must and you have the luxury of controlling the level of spice in your food. The spice level goes from mild to burn your mouth off, however, it is much spicier than you may think so start off low if you are worried about it. The restaurant's decor is nice and the place is kept very clean. The wait staff is friendly also. I highly suggest this place if you are looking for delicious food, great value, and excellent service.
Super Thai food in a simple yet elegant atmosphere.
Hello, this is my first posting on Citysearch ...
I've been to THAI SPICE twice and WILL return! The pad thai dish is wonderful as is their chicken sate, egg rolls and curries. I like spicey, so I ordered my chicken curry at the 7 level and I was breaking out in a sweat by the time I saw the bottom of the bowl - PHEW! Worth every bite though ... It hurts so good! LOL ... If you enjoy thai food, I highly recommend this restaurant. Positioned in the middle of a strip mall about a mile west of the Strip, the parking is easy and plentiful. Service is courteous but not overly friendly, but I believe that to be more of a cultural thing and not a reflection on the overall quality of service. Asians in general are a refined and reserved bunch, so don't expect to joke around with the wait staff. The menu also offers a few traditional chinese dishes, but I've only tried the egg rolls in that category and they were wonderful! Not greasy at all ... Just flavorful and satisfying! Bon apetite!
Great Thai Food!!!.
We moved to Las Vegas a few months ago and love dining out or ordering in. When we first ordered food from there (orange chicken and pot-stickers) we were stunned at how good it was. Have since ordered about a third of their menu and almost everything is terrific. Just don't order their vegetable soup. It tasted like a stock made just out of celery?!?
They have an awesome lunch special of around $7 (egg roll, side salad and entree) The service is not that great ( even though they are freindly enough) but the food and the prices are excellent.
Expensive Thai dishes. The service was good. However, the food wasn't that great. Definitely not authentic Thai's flavor. The place is well organized, clean and roomy. There are many other better Thai restaurants in Vegas. They might not look as nice, but the food tastes so much better. It's quite expensive too.
A popular, Americanized version of Thai..
Thai Spice is larger, brighter, nicer and generally better-known than the other Thai restaurants. This attractive room is a short cab ride from Strip hotels and serves up excellent versions of favorites such as Thai beef salad, pad Thai, tom kah gai and deep fried fish cake. A good location, accessibility, decor and service make this one of Las Vegas' most popular Thai restaurants.
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