Discover Restaurants offering the best Thai food in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, United States. Phillipsburg is a town in Warren County, New Jersey, United States, a sister city to the cross-Delaware River industrial partner of Easton, Pennsylvania.
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4 based on 105 reviews
The owners/operators of Acasia Thai Restaurant share a passion for food. We believe that a dinner out should not only tantalize the taste buds but all of the other senses as well. We hope the sights, sounds and tantalizing aromas here at Acasia Thai will
I used to come to Acasia Thai all the time, until I was served undercooked pork with a side of disrespect from the manager. When I received my pork pad Thai, I noticed that the pork was pale and chewy. I've had this dish countless times, and not once had it ever been served to me like this. I told my waiter that it was undercooked. He felt a piece of pork, noticed that it was suspiciously soft, and quickly took the plate away. He then returned with the manager, who refused to admit that the meat was underdone. He kept dismissing me with responses like, "that's just how they cook it" and "we get that a lot." I realized he wasn't going to give this up, so I asked for my check. Despite being quick with his canned responses, he was slow to give me the bill. I've dined at Acasia Thai countless times, and not once had they ever served me meat that was so underdone. I left their establishment hungry and brought my business elsewhere. It's a shame because my previous experiences were excellent. However, being treated so disrespectfully, especially as a long-time repeat customer, made me decide to never give Acasia Thai my business ever again.Hi, I'm sorry you had a bad experience. I see that you are posting this on all of the known review sites. I appreciate your enthusiasm. I've responded to one of them (on Yelp) already, but I will post my response here as well just in case you don't revisit all of the others sites regularly. Thanks for visiting Acasia Thai Restaurant.3/3/19 (Yelp): Sorry to hear you weren't happy with your food. It sounds like my manager was a bit short with you and should have been more courteous and understanding in his manner. Having said that, what he said is factually correct. Our lean pork is marinated and spiced in such a way to be soft and slightly pink. Neither of these qualities has anything to do with the 'doneness' of the pork. On rare occasion, if someone doesn't care for it we are always very happy to change the protein or the meal free of charge.Best Regards,Chef Proramean
4 based on 25 reviews
We serve Authentic Thai food in a quaint Victorian home. Look to our Facebook page for current special dishes.
This place was recommended to us by the owner of Boser Geist, a local brewhaus. Our first experience was excellent, and we look forward to going back soon. The great first impressions lasted all the way through. 1001 is in a well-maintained historic building. Beautiful planters greet you by the front door. The seating is intimate, the walls are bright, the large windows are clean, and there are fresh flowers on every table - so simple it is luxurious. The ample regular menu offers selections for carnivores to vegans. The specials menu caught our eye with a modern take on spring rolls: avocado and sun dried tomato - absolutely delicious in meticulously wrapped crust. For entrees we tried chicken with bamboo shoots and ground pork with vegetables. Both meals were excellently executed - the attention to detail in the slicing, dicing, plating is to be noted. Prices are reasonable for this quality of food, and BYOB makes it even more affordable. A gentleman, who we assume was the owner, visited each table to chat a little. The personal touch is appreciated. The restroom was very clean - vital to this reviewer. The young woman who served us was reserved and pleasant. The music was subdued and appropriate, and added to the relaxed ambiance. Can't wait to go back ...
4 based on 24 reviews
We recently started going back to Touch of Thai for take out. As a Thai food lover, I can honestly say that this place is second only to Siam in Lambertville for great, quality Thai food in the area. Our favorites so far are the Spring Rolls (they're super greasy, but so yummy!), the Bangkok Fried Rice, and the red and green curries. The spicy papaya salad is also delicious. Highly recommended!
4 based on 74 reviews
Hit or miss ,employees chance every week and you are lucky if you can communicate with the server in English.the food is not consistent at all
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