4 based on 299 reviews
Who would have thought that Cornwall, Ontario would have such a good Thai restaurant. It is located on Pitt Street, just shy of the 401 overpass, and looks non-descript from the outside. Step through the doors and be transported to Thailand, with the hostess and service people in Thai clothing.The food is authentic and obviously home made, with fresh ingredients. We enjoyed the Duck Salad, and Mussels with vegetables. There were several dishes we would go back and try, including several curries. It was too hot for soup, though they looked delicious. There is a limited wine and beer list, though all the choices were well curated.We would definitely recommend a visit. Dinner with drinks came to approximately USD $20 a person.
5 based on 28 reviews
This restaurant is not fancy but you will have some of the best and most authentic Thai food available outside Thailand. Flavourful, spicy as you choose, and excellently prepared by their Thai chef. They will accommodate almost any variations to their dishes that your taste or diet requires.We had the chicken with noodles and the chicken with peanut sauce and both were absolutely fabulous. We will be back.
This new to Cornwall restaurant is terrific. It is housed in the same building with Bangkok Noodle and sharest the same door, but there are two different kitchens. My favourite is the combo which comes with mango salad,an amazing pad Thai, coconut curry chicken with large chunks of tender white meat, and steamed rice. Portions are big enough that there are always leftovers to take home. The owner/cook is very friendly and always takes the time to make sure that the customers are enjoying their meals. The also offer 10% discount on pickup orders. Try it and spread the word!
3 based on 24 reviews
Thai food made with love, fresh ingredients and authentic flavour fast. Thai Express is the same but different.
Iâve eaten at the Cornwall location of this chain many times. Todayâs experience was similar to the rest - very good, but unremarkable.I have enjoyed their Pad Thai, but the Pad See Ew is where itâs at for me. Gluten free rice noodles, veggies, your choice of protein - itâs a solid meal. And plenty for leftovers. Iâd recommend doubling the protein for this - I always get double shrimp.Although a serious travel and headache to get to, the best one is consistently inside Terminal 1 of Torontoâs Pearson Airport. Those guys have fun making the food, and make it properly spicy!
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