Visit Thai Box 2 Go to enjoy authentic, fresh and delicious Thai cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere.
Been to Thailand twice. The food there is incredible, however this new restaurant is beyond words. I'd give six stars if it were possible.
I took my mother and my cousin on opening day. My 72 year old mother had Thai food for the first time. She ordered the prawn with vegetables in a black bean sauce. She was nervous at first but after a the first taste she was hooked and said it was wonderful. Kudos to the chefs because she is a critical customer. My cousin ordered chicken in a peanut sauce, surrounded by freshly steamed broccoli. Another homerun there. I had the yellow curry with chicken as my entre (not too spicy, creamy sauce ... delicious again. We ordered Also veggie spring rolls. There were only four so we had to do rock-paper-scissors for the last one. My cousin won out. .. so we ordered another round of four for dessert.
Been back many times already. I wish it were closer and I would go daily for their specials. Very reasonably priced. I saw a lot of take out so I assume they are doing well. The service is prompt and the servers seem genuinely concerned that I am / we are enjoying our food and the experience. Everyone I have gone with or taken for the first time has loved the food. Not too spicy, unless you ask for it that way.
Smells wonderful from the street and even better inside.
Love the entrance area with the beautiful colours. The cat (ceramic?) with the waving arm in the alcove is funny. I'd like one of those for my home. Also loved the decor with the Bhudda reliefs on the wall.
This place is a jewel. Best Thai food I have ever had.
I am a severe critic and don't usually write reviews but this one Thai Box 2Go (2 Go?) is my new favourite.
Go check it out. You will love it.
I had the Calamari special today and it was acceptable. I was hoping it would have their own special Thai "twist" or breading to it however is the standard breaded squid rings you can buy from Costco or a Food Supplier and served with a standard sweet chili sauce. I will say it was not greasy and it was nice and crispy.
The green papaya salad was very interesting. Not my first run at this dish I found it to be over dressed and sitting in almost half an inch of very vinegary dressing. I can imagine anyone wanting to eat that much vinegar. It had a nice level of heat to it but I did have to ask for a knife to cut the verge pieces of iceberg lettuce it rested on in order to eat them. I have never seen iceberg lettuce involved in this salad before and the presentation was not given adequate consideration.
When my server who was on the phone almost my entire visit with the same call finally did come around to ask if everything was ok I did mention the dressing and the enormous amount of it. She told me this is the way it is done and it is not like a North american salad. I guess she took it upon herself to assume I have never eaten Thai food before.
This business is not on my list to go back to.
Great place and good service. I have been to this new place several times and each time the food has been consistently delicious! The service is wonderful and the staff have always been friendly and very accommodating from day one since I started going there. I love Thai food and without a doubt, their food is high quality and delicious The interior decorations provide a great relaxing pleasant Thai Style dining experience and of course their take out food is all of the same great quality!
On a sunny day, relax outside on their new patio!
So get over there and check it out....
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