But still enjoyable. For some reason I found my rolls kind of bland- never had that problem with any other Thai Thai restaurant in the area.
Stopped for dinner after a less than successful experience at a place a few doors away. What a difference. Most tables were occupied by smiling faces. Large menu but we did not feel hurried. We both had sushi, it was prepared properly with very good flavor. Server was attentive.
This restaurant has severely declined... I swore months ago I would never return to Thai Thai after it took our waitress twenty minutes to even acknowledge us, and another twenty to get us our check, but I decided to give it one last fair chance. Looking at another review for the Thai Thai III restaurant (owned by the same people)... More
We went here because we were down in the area for the Arts & Craft Fair on Saturday. The place was a hoppin', so busy but they did fit the two of us in after 1 pm. The sushi dish my partner got was much bigger than what was described in the menu write up.....but did match the picture it... More
Disappointed in the lack of creative and authentic thai and sushi. I've visited the beachside TTVS and had the same experience. Pricey for what you get.
All diners in our party enjoyed their meals which included Shrimp & Chicken Fried Rice, Pad Thai, Sushi, Popeye's Platter and a few other appetizers. The fresh sautéed spinach on the Popeye's Platter was especially good and paired well with the chicken and peanut sauce. Service was a disappointment... they didn't know anything about my reservation for 8 and despite... More
I've eaten here many times, but this past Saturday just turned out to be one of best ever because of three events. A great day surfing, a dinner date with a pretty, fun girl, and an awesome concert after dinner at the Riverfront Park. My date and I started our dinner with a nice, cold Ichiban beer. Instead of an... More
I've been been to all the Thai Thai locations in Brevard--to this particular one I've been there so many times I can't even count. I don't eat shashlmi, just the rolls and usually prepared super-crunch style (deep fried in tempura batter) and I've tried many of their Thai food dishes. I've found that the food is always fresh and delicious.... More
This location of Thai-Thai's is relatively small and because of that, it's sometimes hard to get a table in here, especially on Friday/Sat nights. The food is excellent, huge menu, great Sushi, very polite wait staff who aim to please! The restaurant itself is not very fancy, but the downtown Cocoa Village location across from Riverfront Park is wonderful! We've... More
The atmosphere and service was pretty good so that helped this place out a lot for this review. The sushi was average at best, you could tell it wasn't the freshest because of the texture and color. We asked for shrimp on the side for one of the curry dishes (curry was good) and the shrimp tasted like the frozen... More
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