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Visited as part of a tour group. Pad thai was very nice, got the traditional shrimp in omelette. It was also great watching them cook the dishes outside. Orange juice was fresh and delicious. Very busy and popular so you may have to wait.
This is a must go in Bangkok. There is always a line, probably 20 to 50 people, but it goes quite fast. The Pad Thai is amazing, especially the one covered by an egg tortilla and crowned with jumbo prawns.
After a week in Thailand, this was the pad thai that most resembled ones in the US with a little sweetness. Tried both the modern one wrapped in egg and traditional and the modern one had more of a fish flavor so I'd give the...More
Am not a big fan of Pad Thai to begin with but this I agree, is one of the best I’ve tasted. We came around 8.15pm and got table around 9pm (not too bad considering the 2-hour queue people have been crazing about). My favorite...More
It was not good at all. We went on a night food tour that Was verry cool, and they made a reservation for us at thip samai but it was verry disapointig. The noodles were bland oily and... thar's about it. No flavour and no...More
Thip Samai was probably the best meal we had during our trip to Bangkok.
We learnt about this place via recommendations from friends who had been here before. Knowing the fact that this place queues up fast, we decided to get there before 5 pm...More
The first thing that struck me was the huge line-up waiting to get in to the restaurant. The next and really entertaining stop was watching the cooks outside work their magic in the huge woks over special fires, making the Pad Thai.
We had reservations...More