My favorite Thai restaurant. I've eaten Thai food all over the Valley, and in Chicago, New York, Minneapolis, Sarasota, Portland, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, etc... you get the point. I love Malee's. While most dishes are authentic and true to form, they take creative license to modify some of their dishes to meet American tastes. Whether traditional or modified their food is wonderful, fun and stimulating.
I took my mother here based on a recommendation that this was one of Scottsdale's best Thai restaurants. Melee's was clean and nicely decorated, but I think they might have spent all their money on appearance instead of a quality product. We ordered 2 dishes, the roasted duck and a spicy noodle dish and both were absolutely terrible. The duck was something you would get out of a cheap chinese buffet line that had been sitting under a heater for hours. They also served ground chicken with the noodle dish and absolutely no vegitables with either. To add to it, the food was way over priced and left both of sick! I have eaten at many Thai restaurants over the years and this is by far the worst.
not four star, but it's the best in arizona, also a great place to unwind
and eat some vert good food,
If you want absolute thai food, you got to go there, but if you live
in arizona, this is the best.
This place is a nice, eclectic Thai (not authentic) and sushi restaurant where the food and service are great. The Thai toast was a fantastic appetizer and a great way to start a meal. They offer a really good selection of vegetarian dishes and many of the meat dishes can be requested to be made vegetarian. The prices are a little higher than your more casual thai places but an overall good place I would go back to.
The picture on this website doesn't do Malee's justice. It's in a Scottsdale neighborhood full of fine art galleries.
We just got back from enjoying our first dinner there. I found the atmosphere especially relaxing, he service attentive. There was pianist playing easy listening unobtrusively near the entrance.
After looking over the extensive menu, we asked if any appetizers featured calamari and our waitress said they would make one for us, adapted from calamari salad on the menu. It was very, very good. I had duck curry and my husband had seafood curry. We both really enjoyed our entrees. I would compare it to a place in La Jolla, CA called Rice and Spice, a place near and dear to my heart.
Including gratuity and several thai iced teas our tab totalled $70.
Malee's on Main made me feel truly welcomed.
The food is overpriced. 14.00 for some curry with a few pieces of chicken.
You have to constantly ask for more rice. A party of 4 has to share a single little bowl.
Waiter got the order wrong and had someone else dropped off the food and ran away. Had to flag down another waitress to get the order corrected as our waiter was nowhere to be seen.
Rather than focusing on quality food and service, this place is more about catering to the usual Scottsdale suspects who are in Old Town to show the Joneses how much money they are able to sink on mediocre food.
Pei Wei has better Pad Thai (And they give you more rice too!)
Quit being cheap on the rice! 5.00 buys a 10 pound bag at the grocery store.
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