We've eaten at the Thai House restuarant about 20 times over the last year or so. Plus, we're regular take-out customers. One constant is great food! While the service is sometimes slow, and they turn off their phone for takeout when it's busy (really!), their food is always top-notch. In our travels, we have not found a better Thai restaurant (although I admit we've never been to Thailand). Thai House is, by far, the best restaurant in the Kanawha valley (I can't say Charleston, since it's actually in Dunbar). Go early in the week, and go often!
When you go Asian, you never go back..hehe...this small little restaurant will warm you up with their Thai hot food and family service!!! I love the deserts--- fried banana and ice cream, banana in coconut...YUM!!!
But its a little bit expensive. The owner_he'd rather leave the customers unserved than hire a waiter.
I have grown up eating Thai food, and finally a Thai restaurant came to WV! The food is authentic and is a welcome change from the fast food we all have grown used to. It is on the spicy side, but is sooooo good. I have dined in, and placed orders for carry-out. It always appears clean and there is a friendly atmosphere. It is a small establishment, but nice and cozy with Thai videos and music playing. I recommend the Yellow Chicken Curry! It's my fave! Their cucumber salad is awesome too!
This is my first experience with Thai food and I love it!!! A friend of mine recommened this restaurant and now I can't get enough. This is one of my favorite places to eat. Glad to see a great restaurant like this Charleston.
This is easily one of our favorite restaurants. Food is fresh and well-prepared. Curries, noodles, steamed dumplings are especially good. Located a bit off the beaten track and, as noted by previous posters, restaurant is on the small side. It is usually crowded (at dinner time) on the weekends. During crowded times, expect to wait for food to arrive -- it is well worth waiting for! We will definitely return.
Absolutely one of my three fav restaurants (Smokey Bones, Red Lobster in Huntington). If you have not eaten here, you are missing an awesome dining experience. The only complaint is that the dining area is very small and they could fill up an area three times that size easily.
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