We had a great meal the chicken panang curry was great. My husband feasted on drunken noodles. Fantastic.
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Changed our plans to 'eat in' because Nat's were in extra innings and Caps were starting. Required 'channel flipping'. (Faang Thai had Caps game on) Take out was quick, easy (several websites carry their menu). Chili Basil and Shrimp Curry. Very Good. Thai spicy is...More
Great food, great friendly service! Highly recommend. Fantastic spring rolls and Panang Curry with chicken. Full bar, convenient location.
It is average Thai food, nothing to write home about but it is also still good food. Service is average as well. AVERAGE simple says everything that needs to be said.
Friends asked us to join them for dinner. We did and wow, what a wonderful experience. The restaurant was full when we arrived and when we left. Service was very nice. We all had different appetizers and main courses. Only concern was the vegetarian dish...More
Love eating at Fangs. Nice casual atmosphere also table and chairs to sit out on the Patio if you would like. So far everything I have had there is delicious! Would highly recommend!
This is my go to place for Thai in the whole area. They use quality ingredients, prepare the food well, as spicy (or not) as you like it. Excellent green curry chicken, I always order extra fresh green chilies because I like it that hot...More
Fang Thai is located in a large mall and is hard to locate if you do not know the area. It is an unassuming but attractive restaurant with laid-back ambiance which feels more North American than Asian. The food, however, is delicious, spicy, and fulfilling....More
Stopped on the recommendation of a friend. The service, atmosphere and food are all very good. We tried the bacon wrapped scallops and spring roll appetizers followed by chicken pad thai . The appetizers and entrées were delicious and looking forward to returning to try...More
We got Chili Basil Chicken, which was medium on spice level, and had good flavor and lots of chicken—could have used more rice. The pho was popular as well, a big bowl with lots of add-ins. You could add more spice with spice pots they...More