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All reviews thai food cucumber salad pot stickers shrimp glass noodles skewers panang curry potstickers duck egg rolls spring rolls rice classic thai gluten allergy main course the tom yum soup small restaurant
Really good Thai menu. I've order numerous dishes and have enjoyed all of them. My favorite = Pad Thai Noodles, try the Tom Yum soup, you won't be disappointed. Reasonable prices and nice clean atmosphere.
We did carry out at this place often and food is delicious. Last Saturday (August 31 @ 8:00 pm) we dined in for the first time (with family). Ordered potstickers for appetizer and the usual noodle dishes (pad thai, drunken noodle etc) for main course....More
altThai food is delicious. That's the first and most important thing to say. Secondly, they have a well-priced lunch special menu that includes a lot of choices and they all come with soup and a side such as an egg roll, pot stickers or cucumber...More
Portion sizes are very small, I ordered an item called rice dish off the menu and had maybe a soup cup amount of rice on the plate. They charge for extra rice. Waitstaff is very friendly. If you want Thai you’re better off going to...More
We had a late dinner there. They have vegetarian pot stickers, which are hard to find in my experience (usually have pork fillings) and were tasty. Dishes were attractively presented. Prices reasonable.
I love Thai food and eat it as often as I can when traveling the world on business. When in Arlington Heights with 2 colleagues we went to 'Alt Thai' for dinner. The restaurant is not large which contributes to the welcoming and relaxed ambiance....More
They have an awesome menu, and so far all the food ordered was always above our expectation. From starters to main course, the food is flavorful and quite filling. Our favorite appetizer has always been Chicken Satay, the peanut sauce which comes with it is...More
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The soy free and sugar free may be the difficult part. I would ask them to you use just traditional fish sauce. Sugar is often in the dipping sauces so you may want to avoid. The service was good so I would ask their... More
The soy free and sugar free may be the difficult part. I would ask them to you use just traditional fish sauce. Sugar is often in the dipping sauces so you may want to avoid. The service was good so I would ask their recommendation.
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