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The Thai Kitchen is a tradition for my family. When it’s cold and wet outside, we all bundle up and head over to Birdtown for a yummy plate of Thai food.
They have a huge selection of food. Soups, curries and traditional dishes are their main fare. My usual order is a pot of jasmine tea, spring rolls and a big bowl of Ba-Mee Moo Daeng. On my last visit, I had some sort of chicken cashew stir-fry. it was pretty good, but it didn’t really hit the spot for me. I found myself missing my usual order.
The restaurant itself is pretty small, so it’s best for smaller groups. That being said, it is a step up from their old space which sat around 10 people total. I’m so happy that this restaurant has really come into its own. It’s definitely one of Lakewood’s hidden gems.Rosie D.
Look past the exterior and try out this Thai joint. The food was awesome and they had a great selection. It is on the smaller side inside but they still have a fair amount of tables. Almost everyone that came in for pickup knew the workers which means a lot of regular customers (always a great sign). They had a young staff all very very friendly. The food took a while but it was worth it because it was delicious. I had the Pad Thai which was awesome, but next time I go I will probably ask for a level 4 or 5 spice. I did not ask for any spice and it could use some (& I LOVE spice so that was a miss on my part). They also have bubble tea which I know is pretty popular right now. I did not have any but it seemed like a popular order at the tables around me.Leah R.
I came here for dinner last week Thursday (7 September 2017) with a friend and I loved it. I realized that I came here before about 3 weeks ago on a weeknight when I ordered takeout. The meal I had this time around was much better. I can’t remember what I ordered the last time.
Customer service is so awesome. I can’t tell you how many times a waiter stopped by the table to check on my friend and I. Very hospitable.
This time, I ordered the Pad Khing (Ginger) rice platter which is stir-fry vegetables with bell pepper, ginger, onions, and snow peas. I got mine with no onions because I hate onions…lol. I think my friend Billie got the Pad Kra-Tiem Prik Thai (Garlic & Pepper) which according to the menu has “Stir-fry with garlic, bell pepper, snow peas, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots.”
We both LOVED our meals. The flavor on mine was on point and very tasty. I will definitely be back.
Absolutely DELICIOUS!!Agnes I.
Green curry chicken with veggies, brown rice, hot tea, and a green tea bubble smoothie for dessert. Word of mouth brought me here and I’m glad it did. As I watched other people’s entrees come out, they all looked happy, happy, happy! So was I. I love these small, unassuming places!Chad D.