Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Merlin, Oregon, United States. Merlin is an unincorporated community in Josephine County, Oregon, United States. The area is known for sport fishing and whitewater rafting on the Rogue River Merlin's ZIP code is 97532.
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4 based on 71 reviews
We don't have an opportunity to experience Thai food very often--so glad my brother included this during our visit. Dinner began with their spring rolls with a tasty orange sauce. The Mongolian beef (medium spicy) was perfect. It came w/shrip and scallops and all the usual sides. My husband had the salmon with a seasoned glaze -- it looked and tasted delicious. The small staff in this restaurant work well together and you receive a big THANK YOU for visiting as you are leaving. Good service and good food.
4 based on 82 reviews
While they do not have a website of their own here is a link to their menu. However, the address Something missed on Food Network is the Thai experience... really good eats!
This is my second choice for Thai food in Grants Pass. Thai BBQ is better in my opinion. Pongsri's has good Phad Thai and the usual Thai dishes. I find their curries not as flavorful as others. The service was fine and the restaurant itself is nice and clean.
4 based on 16 reviews
Sunflower Thai Restaurant is a traditional family owned establishment where our customers experience the authentic tastes, atmosphere & spirit of Thailand. Here you can enjoy fresh coconut water you drink straight from the coconut with a straw and eat who
I ordered their Cashew Nut Entree with chicken for dinner. Minor detail: when my meal arrived, the waitress said "sorry we're out of cashews." Wouldn't it have made sense to tell me ahead of time so that I could have ordered something else? I'll go elsewhere next time.
4 based on 75 reviews
The good: place looked kinda clean, service was quick, it was cheap. The horrific: the food, the food, and the food. Three different dishes that all looked like they were prepared and then plated by a blind person who was also not familiar with: flavor, how to make a sauce, the use of non-canned oriental type vegetables, or the basics of cooking. Two lumps of scooped white rice with chunks of meat and canned vegetables with a thick pasty odd colored âsauceâ thoroughly drenching the plate, like a baby had vomited on each. One sauce was white-ish. This had lots of bottled fish sauce not quite cooked in. One was brown-ish, and resembled, well, you can use your imagination. This was their peanut sauce. I did not dare try it. My fish sauce dish was horrid enough. The other dish was an odd gray-ish color. This was some kind of âcurryâ according to the menu. I could only stomach a few bites. They need to hire a real cook. And get fresh ingredients. The pictures on here must be from some other place or time, as they do not in any way resemble what was served to us. The obviously bottledâsauceâ that came with the 1 1/2 inch greasy egg roll that was plopped between the two mounds of white rice barely covered the bottom of a very small clear plastic cup thing. The water was warm. The salad was like every other Thai garnish type salad. Would be hard to ruin something already so boring, but, it was also just bland and poorly presented. Failed on every level. Run away, run away.
4 based on 32 reviews
Where value and quality go hand-in-hand What a treat this place is. The Vietnamese sandwiches are to die for and now with the addition of pho..... The menu is complete.A place where two people can dine for less than $20 and wonât have to eat again till tomorrowDo your stomach and your pocketbook a favor and give this place a shot
4 based on 63 reviews
My husband and I ate here, based on the warm recommendations of friends. We had lunch and tried different sushi rolls. For our taste, these had too much rice and not enough stuffing and they lacked the flavor we hoped for.
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