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“A nice, but expensive option in Volcano Village”

Thai Thai Bistro & Bar
Ranked #4 of 14 Restaurants in Volcano
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $10 - $36
Cuisines: Thai
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Lunch, Late Night, Dinner, Reservations, Takeout
Description: Authentic Thai cuisine with the addition of some new international bistro options. We have recently added to our staff, Chef Jun. He brings his expertise to our new international options.
Reviewed November 28, 2013 via mobile

If you're looking for something a little different than the norm, this will probably be a good option for you.

The restaurant inside and out was clean, with the expected decor inside. At the time of our visit, the restaurant was fairly busy, but we were seated and served fairly quickly. As mentioned in other reviews, our food came out in waves, not all at once, but the space between was only a couple of minutes. The food was VERY flavorful, and deserts followed suit.

Staff was attentive, and the young lady who took care of our bill was very pleasant and personable! If you can get past the high prices, this is a a safe bet for a good meal.

Thank Jason R
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Reviewed November 27, 2013

One of the few options in Volcano, this place is too overpriced. Entrees start around $15 and surprisingly beef is cheaper than fish in a place that is surrounded by water. The food is tasty, but be careful with the hot level and go for the mild if you're not sure.

Thank LorenaFortuna
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Until you've been to Volcano, HI, you simply cannot believe that this cuisine is available in a very small town on the edge of a national park surrounded by nothingness. This part of the island of Hawaii is not only sparsely, but negligibly populated. The restaurant has an extensive menu, including virtually all of the Thai staples and even standard American fare: pizza, hot dogs, burgers, etc.

Their different curry offerings are fabulous and the kitchen will spice the dishes to meet your needs. The servings? Huge, regardless of time of day. There is no lunch portion. We took our two teenage boys there and no one could finish their entree. The restaurant is just a mile outside the gates of the national park, so it's easy to duck out of sightseeing for an hour to savor some outstanding Thai cooking.

Thank Doud_FtC
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

We ate at the Volcano Inn the first night, but although it was great, we don't like to eat at the same place twice. Thai Thai was the only place open after 7 on a Sunday night. It was good food, My sweet and sour was a little greasier than I'd prefer, but it was tasty. The restaurant is a bit noisy, but the service is good.

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Thank neatplaces
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

If you love Thai food, the Thai Thai is an excellent restaurant. The service is very good and the food is delicious. My favorites are the red curry with sticky rice and the eggplant with basil. The curries come in various levels of spiciness. The medium is quite spicy for most people. There is a hot and Thai hot. Note that the Thai hot is off the charts spicy...if you like to sweat, have your ears ring, and blow your nose while eating then you might try the Thai hot. An option is to order a more conservative level and ask for their pepper pots to add more heat.

Cool the heat down with Thai beer like Singha or Elephant beer.

This restaurant is pricey.

Thank Mrl84
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