Our mission is to provide fast and affordable service to patrons of any background looking for a great meal. If for any reason you aren't satisfied, ... More
Best of Thai Noodle
Our mission is to provide fast and affordable service to patrons of any background looking for a great meal. If for any reason you aren't satisfied, please let us know. Best of Thai Noodle was started in March of 2001 as a member of the popular King of Thai Noodle chain present across the Bay Area. In June, it was reopened as Best of Thai Noodle and went off to explore its own unique style and menu. Now, it is has over 50 different dishes including hard to find appetizers and desserts. We're constantly expanding and refining our entrees to give you the best possible choices to satisfy your appetite. We prepare all our dishes as you order them, customized any way you like, and with only the freshest ingredients which we receive daily from our suppliers. Also, many of the entrees on our menu can be made vegetarian with a substitution of meat choices for tofu and mixed vegetables. Feel free to ask our servers if you are unsure about anything on our menu.
While Best of Thai Noodle isn't my favorite Thai Restaurant, I commend them for their fair prices, very quick delivery, and tasty/fresh food. I've only had delivery & haven't eaten in the restaurant yet. I only live a five minute drive away, but the food arrives much quicker than a pizza does from places just as close. The serving of meat in the (beef) Panang curry is generous, as are the portions in general.
Best of Thai Noodle use to be a Cajun restaurant called Cresent City Cafe (I am mad that they went away!), but the restaurant that took it's place is wonderful. The decor isn't much to look at, as it is kind of plain, but when you get your food, you quickly forget about the scenery. My favorite dish is the prah ram ghai (I think I am spelling that right!). The dish is wide flat noodle smothered in peanut sauce with spinach and chicken. This dish is high in calories, but well worth every one! The tom kha gai is very spicy, but I like it anyway. If you like spicy food, then you will want to eat there and take some to go. The prices are very reasoanble as well for the ammount of food they give you.
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