Find out what Thai restaurants to try in Selma. Selma is a city in Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe counties in the U.S. state of Texas. It is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 5,540 at the 2010 census, up from 788 at the 2000 census. The estimated population in 2015 was 9,108.
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4 based on 92 reviews
When we think about Thai food, this is the place that comes to our minds.Thereâs no dish in the menu we havenât liked, and everyone I have brought here loves the food, so I can assure this place is guarantee of an excellent experience!You really want to try the Pannang Duck, as in you should! The best duck you will ever try.The place is always clean, the staff always friendly and food always delicious, you will love this place, period.
4 based on 85 reviews
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Food was great, service as well.Had fresh spring rolls and red tofu curry.When they heard I am vegetarian they were very careful about which salsa I could have.After 1 week in Texas definitely the best vegetarian experience.
4 based on 33 reviews
Noy's Bistro welcomes you to a world of exotic flavors. Authentic sumptuous Thai cuisine, aromatic seafood dishes and fresh creative Sushi all await you. Come in and enjoy a unique Thai experience. Noy's Bistro also has very unique and wide variety of win
The food was excellent. It is better than some of the excellent rated Thai restaurants in San Antonio by Trip Advisors. The service was excellent and wait time was extremely minimal. I would recommend this place because it is authentic Thai cuisine.
4 based on 44 reviews
Arrival/hostess service: self-seating during lunchFood: We ordered a variety of dishes for lunch. The food quality was below average. In fact, for a party of three, only two ate their entrees. The third ordered the Pad Prink tofu and it was not edible. The sauces were poorly made with far too much corn starch. Recipes were not traditional Thai. For example, the sauce for the âPad Prinkâ was more of a sweet, sticky gravy than a normal Thai Pad Prick sauce with some red chili flakes and red curry paste. Ambiance: zero Overall cleanliness: The dining area was adequately clean but the corridor to the bathrooms was disgusting. All the doors were stained with dirt and filth. Bathroom cleanliness: poor. Paper on the floor, everything in the menâs room was filthy. Staff attitude/service: Staff was friendly and service was prompt
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