Discover Restaurants offering the best Thai food in Grand Junction, Colorado, United States. Flanked by lakes, mountains and intriguing rock formations, Grand Junction offers a different side of Colorado. Mild weather year-round creates an agricultural oasis for 22 different wineries. Mountain bike along winding desert trails, wine and dine next to majestic rivers, and peruse a variety of shops, galleries and boutiques. For breathtaking natural beauty, don’t miss Grand Mesa National Forest and Colorado National Monument’s 23-mile stretch of scenic overlooks.
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4 based on 23 reviews
The place is small, but the food was really good. The owners and the wait staff were super friendly. Even gave me a gift when they found out it was my BD.
4 based on 89 reviews
I used a debit card to pay for my meal and tip. Then as my husband was filling out our checkbook we realized that they took an additional $5 that was unauthorized. I knew that Grand International Buffet had done that to several costumers, but didn't realize that this place did, too. Pretty shady practices. Buyer beware.
4 based on 14 reviews
The only had review I saw was for a meat dish and I am vegetarian. I am very glad I went. The egg rolls were some of the best I have had. Really flaky and full of taste. Not enough of the chili sauce but it was also very good. I got the sweet and sour with crispy tofu on the recommendation of the waitress. Good call. Amazing meal. Recommended
3 based on 85 reviews
First time here. I usually do not comment on restaurants but my meal was so bad I just had to let others know my experience. Had orange chicken and fried rice for lunch. Fried rice was just white rice with eggs......very bland. The orange chicken was soooo over-fried and tough I could not chew it. The egg roll was a small dough ball with very little inside. The egg drop soup was average. I could not wait to get home and get some mouthwash to get the taste out of my mouth.
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