All Thai'd up offers authentic Thai cuisine for eat in, take out or delivery.
Everything that has been said here is right on the money. Poor location, kinda expensive but out of this world food.
They must put something int he panang - I could eat it everyday.
The waitress told me the best deal was to come in a lunch and take out your order to reheat and serve at home for dinner. Much cheaper this way - plus the flavours have longer to blend.
A friend and I went to All Thai'd Up in the hopes of finding a decent Thai restaurant in Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam. Due to the odd location we were apprehensive at first, but by the end of the meal were ecstatic that we took a chance. Both green and red currys were ordered, and though the spice and hotness was intense the flavors shone through. Service was prompt and my water glass was never empty. Although I sweated off a few pounds during the meal, my mouth is watering thinking of the next time I'll get a chance to go. Though the dinner menu is slightly pricey, the quality and flavor of the food makes up for it. This restaurant is a diamond in an otherwise dismal offering of Thai restaurants in the Tri-Cities.
We recently found All Thai'd Up by chance and thought we would give it a try. On two occasions we have ordered takeout and both my wife and I are over the moon that we have finally found a decent Thai place in PoCo. Sure there are a couple of others in the area but they don't even come close to the sumptuous food and perfectly blended spices. Other people have commented that its a bit pricey, but to be honest you get what you pay for. We thoroughly recommend this excellent little restaurant.
My wife and I love good Thai food and we were happy to be referred to this new place and hopefully they will last.
The quality of the food is very good and probably some of the best Thai I have had.
The problem as I see it is that they are in a terrible location and if you are going to rely strictly on referral business, you need a lot of referrals to make a go of it.
Despite the fact that the food was good, I also found it to be a little pricey, especially on a back road in PoCo. Oh yeh, they didnt have their liquor license when we visited.
Give them a try, so that they have a fighting chance.
Give it a try
I like my food spicy and I can handle very hot dishes but I have to say that they went overboard when we ate there, it was actually like they spilled extra chillies into our dish and served it anyway.
The food was not bad, we had the coconut green curry and the pad thai noodles with a side serving of steamed rice. Overall the dishes were ok, not the best thai food that I had, not the worst... other than the food being incredibly hot, the noodles were a bit mushy - my wife likes them that way but I'm not a huge fan.
The area is a bit dodgey but I thought it added to the atmosphere - however, given the neighborhood I was hoping for a cheaper meal - it was reasonably priced but I wouldn't say great value.
Worth a try - not the best - but good enough to return.
Overall the food is very flavourful. It's a really small place - maybe seating 20 max. If it's busy, that can be a problem. We waited almost 1.5 hours for our take away and we weren't the only ones waiting. At that time, there still 3 other orders ahead of us.
The guy at the front was doing his best by giving everyone free drinks and coming out with some spring rolls. But still, that was a long wait.
Price-wise, it's comparable to Little Thailand in Port Moody but still less than Chada Thai in Coquitlam.
Biggest concern is the location. It's set against car shops, mechanics and other businesses. At night, it doesn't look so safe so if you can park on Kingsway Ave., the better.
I'm not normally a fan of Thai food so when my wife dragged me into this restaurant I was fully prepared to dislike it. I was shocked to find the food excellent and I liked everything that either of us ordered. Thinking it might have been a fluke, I tried it again a few days later with different dishes - same result - delicious. The staff was courteous, the food was great, the ambiance was nice - the only negative is that we had to park half a block away. On the plus side that gave me an opportunity to walk off some of the extraordinary meal.
Although the service was friendly, the wait for food was very, very long. We ordered the green curry amongst other things, and we ordered it spicey ...but I guess the order got messed up because it came out bland. There is no atmosphere. difficult parking. food it alright, but prices are average for what you get.
I live in the area so have stopped in on a few occasions now. I will agree with other reviewers that the dinner menu does seem a bit pricey, but the lunch value is unbeatable! For less than 10 bucks, you get soup, a spring roll, the main dish, and rice. I haven't been able to finish the entire meal yet! The food is delicious, and I have eaten at numerous Thai restaurants so I have a good basis for comparison. I am so happy to have an independently owned, ethnic restaurant in my neighbourhood. Definitely worth stopping in!
the food was average it was an ok food experience for me.I expecr thai food to be woooooooow full of falvour but i guess i had high expectations after all.Dont get me wrong but like i said it was alright.The place was clean and the service was nice.If iam really really craving thai food and i dont feel like going far i would go there again.