We've been eating here tfor years both in and out, and the food is great--the best Thai food I've ever had. I especially like the pad Thai and a sort of vanilla tea they serve. Always quick and friendly service, good fresh ingredients, not too oily or greasy as some Thai food is.
Be prepared to wait a very, very long time - and be ignored. I ordered take out - they said 25 minutes. I waited 40 minutes. And then started asking questions about my order. I asked the servers walking by if they could check on my order and they were polite and said OK - but then just ignored me and never returned. I asked a total of three people - all of them did the same thing. Smiled, said OK, and then walked away and never returned. I finally went to the counter (which no one was there of course) and had to yell pretty loud to get someone's attention. A total of 50 minutes they finally gave me my food. I gave it two stars - instead of one - because the food is good. Service is horrible. Go some where else.
I love the food here. I always get it to go so I am not sure how the service is for dine in. They are very quick with the to go orders I am in and out in less then 5 minutes. I eat here at least one a week!!
I noticed all the good reviews were older and referred to the good service. My staff and I have stopped going to Tom Yum because while we love the food, I'd had to find my own water, hunt down the surly waitress to get my check...
Appalling service... Great Food.
Tom Yum on SE Woodstock is good.
I have tried alot of Thai spots in the NW.
They have good fried rice, Cashew Nut Chicken, Pad Thai, and specials.
If the students from Reed College eat there, you know its gold.
Tom Yum is my favorite neighborhood Thai restaurant. Every dish I have tried there has been above average for taste and value. The service is friendly and plenty quick even on a busy night. I ate at Thai E-San recently and was very disappointed in all of the above respects. Save your money and the drive downtown, eat excellent Thai food in Woodstock.
Tom Yum has pretty good food comparably to the SE area. Their prices are average, and I've never had a problem with their service. If you want the best Thai food however and you don't mind making the trip I'd suggest E-San downtown off of Burnside and 2nd near Kells. The same price for 3 times the quality.
My fiancee and I eat there at least once a month. The food is amazing, the prices are low, and the service is excellent. I don't remember ever having to wait for a table and the food usually arrives long before I expect it to. If you're in the neighborhood you should definately check it out.
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