My family loves Thai Lotus. My wife & I are regulars and have been coming to Thai Lotus when we relocated to Gwinnett County from Florida 7 years ago. I always order Pad Thai and my wife loves the Pad See Ew. The noodle dishes are put in a dilicious shell. My wife is a huge fan of the coconut cake. The service is good, prices are reasonable and the owner and staff are always friendly
This is one of the best Thai places in Atlanta. Their Pad Siew, Pad Thai, Pad Prik, and Pad Khing are great.
Song (the owner) puts the Pad Siew in a rice flour tortilla-type of shell and places the noodles in it. It's awesome.
Their appetizers are also good. The Num Tuk is great. If you're on Atkins, this is on the diet. Yum.
Prices are in-line with the other good Thai places in town--Ban Thai (Norcross) and Dan Thai (Snellvile).
this restaurant is totally suck
the waitress(old one) is mean and tacky
the coconut cake is dry and kinda puffy
sometime the owner make wierd stuff for us to eat and charge us over price
i think that enogh of me to say
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