Asia Grill

★★★★☆

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Don't pay attention to any negative reviews on this place. I have worked in Thai Restaurants, tried many, along with eating Thai Home Cooking. I have also gone here with my Thai Friends and they are very impressed with the Authenticity while reminding them of eating back in Bangkok.

If you feel adventurous, I would suggest trying the Pineapple Dish.. If not and want to start off with a typical plate... try the Pad Thai.. Whatever you try, it's good. I haven't been disappointed yet! Hopefully more people find out about this place and spread the word.

The service is excellent and the setting is very comfy. When you get a chance... go to this place...

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★★★★★

Don't pay attention to any negative reviews on this place. I have worked in Thai Restaurants, tried many, along with eating Thai Home Cooking. I have also gone here with my Thai Friends and they are very impressed with the Authenticity while reminding them of eating back in Bangkok.

If you feel adventurous, I would suggest trying the Pineapple Dish.. If not and want to start off with a typical plate... try the Pad Thai.. Whatever you try, it's good. I haven't been disappointed yet! Hopefully more people find out about this place and spread the word.

The service is excellent and the setting is very comfy. When you get a chance... go to this place...

Pros: great service, excellent food, authentic, great atmosphere

Cons: none

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I always thought DFW Thai restaurants had consistently good quality offerings - from Chow Thai in Addison to Piman in Las Colinas, to Quick Thai Bistro in Colleyville, everything seemed to be on an even keel. until now. Our dinner at Asia Grill was mediocre at best - the Thai Beef Salad had way too much salt in the dressing (this is on the "healthy" menu?) and the Pad Kee Mow (aka "drunken noodles") was more soy flavor than spice. Usually I drink a lot of water at Thai restaurants because of the spicy cuisine, but this time it was to wash the salty taste out of my mouth. Sorry but I don't think our visit merited a second chance.

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★★☆☆☆

I always thought DFW Thai restaurants had consistently good quality offerings - from Chow Thai in Addison to Piman in Las Colinas, to Quick Thai Bistro in Colleyville, everything seemed to be on an even keel. until now. Our dinner at Asia Grill was mediocre at best - the Thai Beef Salad had way too much salt in the dressing (this is on the "healthy" menu?) and the Pad Kee Mow (aka "drunken noodles") was more soy flavor than spice. Usually I drink a lot of water at Thai restaurants because of the spicy cuisine, but this time it was to wash the salty taste out of my mouth. Sorry but I don't think our visit merited a second chance.

Pros: nothing comes to mind. location maybe?

Cons: inferior thai cuisine to similar DFW Thai restaurants

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Great all around restaurant. The decor and atmosphere is more reminiscent of a trendy Manhattan restaurant than one you'd expect to find in Plano, but they still maintain a casual, relaxed environment and very reasonable prices. The service is prompt and extremely polite, and adds to the casual atmosphere. The Pad See Iew is absolutely perfect, and any of the Fried Rice dishes we've had have been excellent. The Goong Haw, the crispy fried shrimp and crab spring rolls, are terrific too.

The BYOB factor is a minor annoyance, but I clocked myself at six minutes walking to Central Market and back with a six pack of Sapporro- and the cheapskate in me noted that I'd rather pay seven dollars for six beers from the market than two at the restaurant.

All in all, I recommend this place highly.

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★★★★★

Great all around restaurant. The decor and atmosphere is more reminiscent of a trendy Manhattan restaurant than one you'd expect to find in Plano, but they still maintain a casual, relaxed environment and very reasonable prices. The service is prompt and extremely polite, and adds to the casual atmosphere. The Pad See Iew is absolutely perfect, and any of the Fried Rice dishes we've had have been excellent. The Goong Haw, the crispy fried shrimp and crab spring rolls, are terrific too.

The BYOB factor is a minor annoyance, but I clocked myself at six minutes walking to Central Market and back with a six pack of Sapporro- and the cheapskate in me noted that I'd rather pay seven dollars for six beers from the market than two at the restaurant.

All in all, I recommend this place highly.

Pros: Atmosphere, Food Quality, Service

Cons: BYOB

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Guess the Thai food is okay. We used to go there when it was a mostly Chinese menu with some wonderful Vietnamese and a few Thai additions. The food was always well prepared and very tasteful. However, the place wasn't busy enough we guess and they converted to Thai. Haven't been in since. Too bad. Surprisingly, not too many really good Chinese restaurants in this area.

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★☆☆☆☆

Guess the Thai food is okay. We used to go there when it was a mostly Chinese menu with some wonderful Vietnamese and a few Thai additions. The food was always well prepared and very tasteful. However, the place wasn't busy enough we guess and they converted to Thai. Haven't been in since. Too bad. Surprisingly, not too many really good Chinese restaurants in this area.

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My girlfriend and I frequent this restaurant. We love this Thai restaurant because it has that upscale look without the upscale price. We love the modern casual ambiance. We found it accidentally after we went shopping at Central Market (same parking complex). We were promptly seated by our friendly waitress when we got there. But it was the crab avocado that made us come back here again and again. One of our favorite entrees was the swimming angel, this is one of the few healthy dishes that actually taste excellent! Came dessert time, our waitress recommended the mango sushi, which was unlike we ever taste it before. Honestly, I'm not a big fan of mangoes, but for some reason, this dish is simply too good for me to past. The only complain that we have is the BYOB part. We wish this restaurant serves wine. Last but not least for us football fans, they got 2 big screen TVs so you don't actually have to miss your favorite team while still keeping your girlfriend happy!

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★★★★★

My girlfriend and I frequent this restaurant. We love this Thai restaurant because it has that upscale look without the upscale price. We love the modern casual ambiance. We found it accidentally after we went shopping at Central Market (same parking complex). We were promptly seated by our friendly waitress when we got there. But it was the crab avocado that made us come back here again and again. One of our favorite entrees was the swimming angel, this is one of the few healthy dishes that actually taste excellent! Came dessert time, our waitress recommended the mango sushi, which was unlike we ever taste it before. Honestly, I'm not a big fan of mangoes, but for some reason, this dish is simply too good for me to past. The only complain that we have is the BYOB part. We wish this restaurant serves wine. Last but not least for us football fans, they got 2 big screen TVs so you don't actually have to miss your favorite team while still keeping your girlfriend happy!

Pros: Modern casual ambiance and appetizers

Cons: BYOB

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This restaurant has great Thai food. On top of that, the atmosphere and music is awesome. My favorite is the crab avocado (appetizer), pad see iew (noodle with sweet soy sauce) and mango sushi for dessert. Price is really reasonable. The staff is very kind and polite. Lunch is a little bit crowded, but if you want to have a relaxing time, bring your wine and go for dinner or on the weekend.

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★★★★★

This restaurant has great Thai food. On top of that, the atmosphere and music is awesome. My favorite is the crab avocado (appetizer), pad see iew (noodle with sweet soy sauce) and mango sushi for dessert. Price is really reasonable. The staff is very kind and polite. Lunch is a little bit crowded, but if you want to have a relaxing time, bring your wine and go for dinner or on the weekend.

Pros: Food, ambience, music, polite staff

Cons: no flavored ice tea.

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I agree with gerber42 about missing the bad chinese food (not really). But if you like great Thai food this is a wonderful place to go. This resturant changed owners (and menus) several months ago and has really turned it into a great resturant.

I have been there several times and the staff has always been friendly, the food has been consistantly delicious, and the place promotes a relaxing environment with free internet access and BYOB.

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★★★★★

I agree with gerber42 about missing the bad chinese food (not really). But if you like great Thai food this is a wonderful place to go. This resturant changed owners (and menus) several months ago and has really turned it into a great resturant.

I have been there several times and the staff has always been friendly, the food has been consistantly delicious, and the place promotes a relaxing environment with free internet access and BYOB.

Pros: Clean, Great Food, Excellent Service, Well Decorated

Cons: Would not change a thing....

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We are a family of three who love to explore new restaurants. Having had Thai food many times in the past, we knew what to expect. I had yellow curry with chicken, my husband had mongolian crispy noodle with chicken and my daughter had sweet/sour chicken. The taste was great, but all three of us ended up with food poisoning. The only thing all three of us had in common was chicken and steamed rice, so we suspect it was the chicken (which appeared fully cooked). Also, this place isn't kid friendly with the menu. They charged full price for half the food. We were there at noon on April 28, 2007 and were one of the only two customers.

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★☆☆☆☆

We are a family of three who love to explore new restaurants. Having had Thai food many times in the past, we knew what to expect. I had yellow curry with chicken, my husband had mongolian crispy noodle with chicken and my daughter had sweet/sour chicken. The taste was great, but all three of us ended up with food poisoning. The only thing all three of us had in common was chicken and steamed rice, so we suspect it was the chicken (which appeared fully cooked). Also, this place isn't kid friendly with the menu. They charged full price for half the food. We were there at noon on April 28, 2007 and were one of the only two customers.

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We live in the neighborhood and our first dining experience about a year ago was fine. We were, in fact THRILLED at finally finding a good chinese place we could 'call our own'.
That was the last time we felt like that. We kept going back, adn it kept getting more and more deplorable.
Onew night we walked in and you could tell that NO ONE had been fed, every table's occupant had 'that look', people were walking out, it was TENSE.

Plano h-dept is giving them low scores, don't bother.

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★☆☆☆☆

We live in the neighborhood and our first dining experience about a year ago was fine. We were, in fact THRILLED at finally finding a good chinese place we could 'call our own'.
That was the last time we felt like that. We kept going back, adn it kept getting more and more deplorable.
Onew night we walked in and you could tell that NO ONE had been fed, every table's occupant had 'that look', people were walking out, it was TENSE.

Plano h-dept is giving them low scores, don't bother.

Pros: Like nervous kids 'playing' restuarant

Cons: It's not much fun to watch after the first time.

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Asia Grill offers quick lunch service at a great price (most lunch combos are $6-$7) in a sophisticated environment (no tacky travel posters or vinyl table clothes here!) The menu is comprised of your typical sesame chicken, Mongolian beef, and combination lo-mein types, the food is always well executed. Ive never had a dish that had too much filler vegetable, or gristly meat, or was too greasy. The egg drop soup is also excellent here.

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★★★★★

Asia Grill offers quick lunch service at a great price (most lunch combos are $6-$7) in a sophisticated environment (no tacky travel posters or vinyl table clothes here!) The menu is comprised of your typical sesame chicken, Mongolian beef, and combination lo-mein types, the food is always well executed. Ive never had a dish that had too much filler vegetable, or gristly meat, or was too greasy. The egg drop soup is also excellent here.

Pros: Inexpensive, good quality food

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This is a good restaurant featuring good asian food. This is an economy class restaurant with good ambience and very polite staff. We had ordered Thai food (green curry and red curry) and found it upto my expectations.

PROS: Good food and polite staff
CONS:

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★★★★☆

This is a good restaurant featuring good asian food. This is an economy class restaurant with good ambience and very polite staff. We had ordered Thai food (green curry and red curry) and found it upto my expectations.

PROS: Good food and polite staff
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