This place is average for Thai food. Experience didn't start very well. The tables were too close together, I went with a friend and we were sat next to a party of six. I literally felt like I was sitting with them?! Service was fast and courteous until we were given our check halfway through our meal, kinda rude. Ordered the spring rolls, chicken yellow curry and shrimp red curry. The spring rolls were great, crisp and flavorfull. The main dishes were not so good. Good portions but lacked flavor. The Thai curry I have had from other places were full of spice and flavor! These dishes were very bland and I could not even taste a hint of coconut milk? Considering they were also out of salad and ginger dressing it made me wonder if they used any coconut milk at all? Might give them another chance but highly doubt it.
Just like Mimi, our experience was similiar. I don't know if it was the owner, but it certainly wasn't our server. We tipped appropriately for our table of 4. She was out of line-so rude. She not only confronted us about the amount, but she did it in front of other customers. I watched as heads turned and looked. Customer service is as important as taste for me. Thai peppers has lost frequent customers. Goodbye Thai and hello Tong's.
DO NOT EAT HERE! I went in with my 4 friends and it was pleasant until we got our ticket. There was a gratuity charge of 15% for the FIVE of us! Are you kidding me!?!? I have NEVER EVER WORKED or DINNED at a restaurant that charges gratuity on a party of 5. I have heard of 6 or 8 guests, but not 4 as we were told my the owner- who is an unprofessional business owner AND money hungry. I suggested to her to at least put it on the menu or post it in her restaurant, but she rather argue with us in front of other customers. I will never eat there again. I'm shocked to see that her business is still there.
This place used to be one of my favorite places, but now it seems something has gone downhill. More than once I have gotten food with bits of teflon from the pan, once I had very large chunks of teflon in my curry and could not stand to eat it. Once we did not get any service for over 10 minutes and left. The duck here is usually very fatty, and frankly I wouldn't get any kind of fish dish, the other person I was with got the bird of paradise; (which actually has shrimp and mussels in it) smelled like a cat's litter box.
The only thing that is still very good are the spring rolls, these are the only things that do not seem to change.
After so many failed attempts here, I will not eat here again.
The Thai pepper is a great place to eat and work. If you go during lunch makesure you ask if they have the hot and sour soup its amazing....and i love the mango curry my favorite and the basil fried rice.....i cant find neither of these at any thai resteruants around here.....I am sorry latta for everything i hope everything goes well....tell gary i said hey and anyone who still works there....i was going through a pretty tough time then hope you forgive me.......angel
Thai Pepper restaurant is mine and my husband's favorite place to eat. The food is delicious and the owner's, who are always there, treat you like royalty. If you like spicy food, I suggest the gaprow chicken (3 stars). If you like noodle dishes, I really like the drunken noodle. Not a fan of spicy foods - don't worry - there is always the pineapple fried rice or thai fried rice. My mother-in-law tried the cashew chicken (not what you think of when you think chinese food). It has a soupy mixture to it that is yummy. Best time to go is at lunch - large portions that include fried spring roll, soup or salad. ALWAYS GET THE SOUP. THey have the BEST soup you will ever eat.
the hot pot soup was very cold, even when there is flame burning. drunken noodle is unpleasant to eat. very dissapointed. i wouldnt want to go there again. the dishes is dirty and the staff is very rude!!! dislikeful place to eat in town.
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