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Thai Basil in Black Mountain is a really good and authentic Thai restaurant. Best of all, you don't have to contend with the crowds and parking in Asheville. It is easy to get to with lots of convenient free on-street parking.
Sweet waitress, great staff, Wonderful food, etc! I had a spicy basil, jalapeño, veggie, rice, etc. dish with a coconut base soup, & wonderful rice/lettuce wrap appetizer... Everything was fresh & delicious!!
Thai is one of my favs. So I was excited to find this restaurant. But the vibe wasn’t good from the start. We were greeted at the front door, but then we stood watching the staff scurry around doing mundane things for about ten minutes,...More
Our food was delicious and we really enjoyed the outdoor dining area. The water feature was just right to cover the conversations of the other diners without drowning our own.
The meal was served with jasmine rice and of course you can turn up the...More
We were in town for a concert and stopped in with friends. The atmosphere is nice. Service was a bit on the slow side though. We were ready to order drinks and meal at the same time. No complaints on the food. Everyone enjoyed their...More
There were 4 of us. Had appetizers and 4 different entrees. All were very good. Mine (green curry) had too much basil for my taste but still very good. Dishes were spicy and served very hot. Will definitely eat here again
This is probably our 8th visit here and we love it. The food always tastes fresh and is beautifully presented. The service is relaxed and friendly and the prices are amazing.
Treat yourself to lunch or dinner sitting outside in the patio listening to the...More
My wife and I have eaten here on several occasions in the past, and have enjoyed the food. Last night, we ordered takeout consisting of vegetarian pad see yew and fresh veggie spring rolls. The pad see yew was the most bland Thai dish we...More
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When we ate at Thai Basil we didn’t look for bubble tea on the menu because we spent the previous two hours nearby at Dobra Tea, where I had bubble tea. Dobra’s version of bubble tea was less sweet than I had tasted... More
When we ate at Thai Basil we didn’t look for bubble tea on the menu because we spent the previous two hours nearby at Dobra Tea, where I had bubble tea. Dobra’s version of bubble tea was less sweet than I had tasted previously in Honolulu. The tapioca pearls were larger and the taste of green tea predominated. My guess at the time was there was only one tea brewer at Dobra that day and it is unlikely anyone can brew all the teas in an inch-thick menu equally well. Go to Google and enter “bubble tea near me” for alternate versions.