a weekly must!.
This is a weekly must for me.. the shrimp special on the menu board is fantastic and the service is great!
Paul is the staple server, who always has a smile and a friendly joke. He is kind and caring and knows his customers. He recently brought me a wedding card he had purchased - he said he had heard I was getting married and wanted to wish me the best!
I have brought about 20 co-workers there over the years and ALL of them rave about it as well!
Good Thai takeout, cheap and quick.
The drab, shabby exterior belies the fact that for good, quick, delicous Thai takout, this place can't be beat. You'll be in and out in a matter of minutes and the owner will treat you like royalty during your short wait. Try to resist the tempting aromas on the way home; you don't want to spill hot coconut soup in your lap while still in the car.
Best Thai I've had Yet.
I just moved here and live in the area, about 5 mins drive from Bangkok. I've had Thai food at 5 other places (one is almost right across the street from me), and this one is hands down the best. Certainly not trendy or flashy, but the food is divine and the owners and waiters are so curteous and helpful. I have nothing but great things to say about this place and plan to come back anytime I want Thai. The Ruby mixed curry was out of this world.
One of the Very Best.
I live in the neighborhood and wanted to take a friend from Athens out to some great Thai... I definitely choose the right place. They had the BEST customer service I have ever had...EVER. The food was great for the price. I am planning on making this a personal fav. High Recommendations! Being the oldest Thai restaurant in Atlanta (30 years running) shows. Run to this place...don't walk.
Thai food gets spicy at this inexpensive Midtown restaurant.. The Scene Midtowners can gaze across the bustling Ansley Mall parking lot from the restaurant's huge plate glass windows, all while enjoying the comfort of the tasteful mauve dining room. Bangkok isn't hip or often crowded, but it offers good, solid Thai.
The Food Bangkok gives customers an option between mild, hot and Thai hot on many dishes. Thankfully, attentive servers are ready with water refills and an extra napkin for wiping away the sweat you'll form while battling jalapenos in the chicken tom yum soup. The smell of basil hits you before the fresh rolls--with their perfect row of tasty little shrimp--are even placed on the table. The meat in the coconut milk based curries is tender, but the curries are extremely sweet. Basil in the drunken noodle plate is almost overpowering, while the pad thai balances meat, vegetables and spices well.