On non non. Lots of good food for a good price. Meals are about $7.50, soft drinks $1.50. Fun unique drinks too.
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We go here for work lunches and it is great. They have delicious food and reasonable prices. If you are planning to eat there, make sure to go a bit before noon otherwise you might have troubles finding a table.
This is a great little Thai restaurant in Midtown. There is a small seating area, but the food is top-notch. The crispy roll was one of the best. The satay was juicy and a large portion. The Pad Thai Chicken (chose extra hot spice) was sweet, salty (I added soy--shoot me), hot, and delicious. Portions were generous, and the lunch deal of a large plate, spring roll, and fountain drink for $9.25 seems a bargain.
Go! Sy Thai is awesome. A great addition to the area and a wonderful choice if you're looking for some of the best quality Thai food in the area. Everything was perfectly spiced, well balanced and incredibly fresh. There was also no after taste of sodium. Everything tasted clean. The establishment itself was extra clean. Will go back anytime we're in the mood for Thai.
I ate here from a friend's recommendation. The food was excellent. My spouse considered the Pad Thai to be the second best she has ever eaten. I had a noodle dish with beef. The serving was generous with more than the usual amount of beef. As someone else has commented here, the spice ratings are accurate rather than milder than expected. Hot mean hot. I'm not sure that I could have eaten the two spicier alternatives though I've never met a hot pepper that I didn't like. I didn't mind picking up my food at the counter, and the food was ready quickly. I was amazed at the low price of $7.50 for the main course. I would list two small negatives. First, since seating is limited, we had to sit near the door where the cold winds blew in during the current frigid spell. I also had a bit of trouble reading the menu since the contrast between the dishes and the background could have been better. These small negatives won't keep me from coming back, especially since the restaurant is within walking distance from Wayne State University where I'm a professor.