Chon Som

★★★★☆
  • 2013 Wells Branch Pkwy Ste 109

    Austin, TX 78728

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  • 512-989-5559

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Tue-Fri 11am-2pm, 5pm-10pm Sat 12pm-10pm Sun 12pm-9pm Open for Christmas 2009: noon - 9 p.m.
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I had the pad thai with beef. It was ok. Noodles were al dente (good), but beef was very tough and tasted a little off.

My fiance had Teriyaki stir-fry with Salmon. Sauce was ok (again, prep work was pretty good), but the Salmon was

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★★★★★

I had the pad thai with beef. It was ok. Noodles were al dente (good), but beef was very tough and tasted a little off.

My fiance had Teriyaki stir-fry with Salmon. Sauce was ok (again, prep work was pretty good), but the Salmon was

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I have been coming to Chon Som since it opened 4 years ago. Pure goodness. Love the Sushi and the Pad Thai is great!

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★★★★☆

I have been coming to Chon Som since it opened 4 years ago. Pure goodness. Love the Sushi and the Pad Thai is great!

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We are so lucky to have this great place to eat and have a cold beer in our area. The owners are the most down to earth friendly couple. They treat you like you came to their house to have dinner. If you get on their email list they send you amazing specials. Sushi is yummy.

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★★★★★

We are so lucky to have this great place to eat and have a cold beer in our area. The owners are the most down to earth friendly couple. They treat you like you came to their house to have dinner. If you get on their email list they send you amazing specials. Sushi is yummy.

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Calamari with thai spicy sauce: The calamari were wrapped in batter puffs. They were rubbery (sign of prolonged freezing) and the crust was greasy. Sauce was good
Steamed mussels: edible.
Pineapple fride rice with shrimps. It lacked the punch that thai food typically has. By the taste shrimps were very close to decomposing and after having one we discarded the rest.

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★☆☆☆☆

Calamari with thai spicy sauce: The calamari were wrapped in batter puffs. They were rubbery (sign of prolonged freezing) and the crust was greasy. Sauce was good
Steamed mussels: edible.
Pineapple fride rice with shrimps. It lacked the punch that thai food typically has. By the taste shrimps were very close to decomposing and after having one we discarded the rest.

Pros: cheap

Cons: food is bad

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Chon Som is a great place for lunch and dinner. The staff is courteous and informative. The food is the best Thai and Sushi I've ever had!

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★★★★★

Chon Som is a great place for lunch and dinner. The staff is courteous and informative. The food is the best Thai and Sushi I've ever had!

Pros: Food, Staff and everything in between

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I have never had a bad meal here! I think the Spicy Cashew is my favorite, but I also love the Pad Thai and Pad Wonsoon. The crabcake is by far the freshest, best I've ever eaten. It's not greasy in anyway. Nice & crisp on the outside, fresh light and lfuffy on the inside.
Desserts are great, too.
The lunch and Happy Hour specials are a real bargain-I just wish I worked closer so I could go for lunch!

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★★★★★

I have never had a bad meal here! I think the Spicy Cashew is my favorite, but I also love the Pad Thai and Pad Wonsoon. The crabcake is by far the freshest, best I've ever eaten. It's not greasy in anyway. Nice & crisp on the outside, fresh light and lfuffy on the inside.
Desserts are great, too.
The lunch and Happy Hour specials are a real bargain-I just wish I worked closer so I could go for lunch!

Pros: Quality and price

Cons: every once in a while, service is a tad slow

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They offer the same great food for lunch but with a smaller portion and great add-ons like sushi on the side or eggrolls. The cuizine fills you up with weighing you down.
Not your typical Asian decor either. Walls are donned with modern art for sale while techno beats its way accross the restaurant. Austinites should feel quite at home in this place.
The "curry of the day" is awesome. Can't write enough great things about the place.
The freshly made ginger soy dressing is very refreshing during Austin's hot summers.

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★★★★★

They offer the same great food for lunch but with a smaller portion and great add-ons like sushi on the side or eggrolls. The cuizine fills you up with weighing you down.
Not your typical Asian decor either. Walls are donned with modern art for sale while techno beats its way accross the restaurant. Austinites should feel quite at home in this place.
The "curry of the day" is awesome. Can't write enough great things about the place.
The freshly made ginger soy dressing is very refreshing during Austin's hot summers.

Pros: The food is as wonderful as its price

Cons: closes at 2pm to prep for dinner

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Consistently great fish quality. The chef really knows what he is doing and always has served great cuts and variety.

The curries are authentic and are prepared to your heat tolerance. They go great with cold beer!

Thanks and see you there soon!

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★★★★★

Consistently great fish quality. The chef really knows what he is doing and always has served great cuts and variety.

The curries are authentic and are prepared to your heat tolerance. They go great with cold beer!

Thanks and see you there soon!

Pros: Great fish, great people, awesome fried ice cream!

Cons: too far from my house!

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We have been coming here for quite some time. the owners are great!!! Food is VERY VERY VERY Good!!!
Just an overall great place to go. Everyone we have brought to the restaurant enjoys it as much as we do. must have the plumalicious sake drink :)

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★★★★★

We have been coming here for quite some time. the owners are great!!! Food is VERY VERY VERY Good!!!
Just an overall great place to go. Everyone we have brought to the restaurant enjoys it as much as we do. must have the plumalicious sake drink :)

Pros: GREAT FOOD, EVEN BETTER PRICES

Cons: none

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where do i start? what an amazing restaurant! great food at excellent prices. the staff is wonderful. you will see two of the owners there at all times creating amazing thai and sushi dishes. and speaking of sushi, you must try the dynamite shrimp. its to die for, if not want to sell the kids to get at least one more! the waitstaff is incredibly friendly and knowledgeable and will help you pick the perfect meal if you arent sure what you are wanting that evening. great lunch menu. great happy hour specials every day.

and from what i was told by the staff, they will be open both christmas and new years eve!

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★★★★★

where do i start? what an amazing restaurant! great food at excellent prices. the staff is wonderful. you will see two of the owners there at all times creating amazing thai and sushi dishes. and speaking of sushi, you must try the dynamite shrimp. its to die for, if not want to sell the kids to get at least one more! the waitstaff is incredibly friendly and knowledgeable and will help you pick the perfect meal if you arent sure what you are wanting that evening. great lunch menu. great happy hour specials every day.

and from what i was told by the staff, they will be open both christmas and new years eve!

Pros: what isnt to love about this place?

Cons: that i can only eat so much in one sitting

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The food was disappointing, and the service was really slow. Shrimp seemed like very poor quality. The fried rice we had was not good. much effort was made to make it look good. There is much better Thai food out there for the same price range.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food was disappointing, and the service was really slow. Shrimp seemed like very poor quality. The fried rice we had was not good. much effort was made to make it look good. There is much better Thai food out there for the same price range.

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To be honest, you couldn't ask for much more. From friendly service and staff, including the owners, to the menu and food, Thai and a full sushi bar. I was skeptical with my only run in with Thai was Pad Thai. Before long, I had managed to sample every rice, curry, and noodle dish on the menu and still there isn't one dish that i dislike. Another big perk is that you can order all the entrees in whatever level of "hotness" you can handle. Good stuff. If you normally go for pretty spicy food, I'd suggest starting off on hot which is only the second of 5 levels of "heat". But don'f forget the sushi! Fresh ingriedents and a large selection of rolls as well as sashimi are available. Two rolls i recommend right away are the Madonna roll (ask the sushi chef) and the Dynamite Shrimp (this stuff if like crack...you might as well order two). Good wine and beer selection as well...

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★★★★★

To be honest, you couldn't ask for much more. From friendly service and staff, including the owners, to the menu and food, Thai and a full sushi bar. I was skeptical with my only run in with Thai was Pad Thai. Before long, I had managed to sample every rice, curry, and noodle dish on the menu and still there isn't one dish that i dislike. Another big perk is that you can order all the entrees in whatever level of "hotness" you can handle. Good stuff. If you normally go for pretty spicy food, I'd suggest starting off on hot which is only the second of 5 levels of "heat". But don'f forget the sushi! Fresh ingriedents and a large selection of rolls as well as sashimi are available. Two rolls i recommend right away are the Madonna roll (ask the sushi chef) and the Dynamite Shrimp (this stuff if like crack...you might as well order two). Good wine and beer selection as well...

Pros: great food, good cost

Cons: its not next door to my house

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The sushi is very fresh and at a good price. The pad thai is also a favorite. I got hooked on this place when I was working with Relay For Life. Chon Som had a team and the visits started there.
A great place, great food and people who get involved in the community and really give back.
What is not to love?

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★★★★★

The sushi is very fresh and at a good price. The pad thai is also a favorite. I got hooked on this place when I was working with Relay For Life. Chon Som had a team and the visits started there.
A great place, great food and people who get involved in the community and really give back.
What is not to love?

Pros: Great Food!

Cons: none

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My husband and I went there for a late lunch after reading all the great reviews here. When we got there is was empty which was not a good sign. We should have left immediately but decided to stay since we were hungry after the 30 minute drive it took us to get there. We ordered rolls and nigiri. After a dreadfully long wait, mind you there was no one there, our sushi arrived. The rice was undercooked and the fish was beyond dead. It didn't have the oily sheen on top like fresh sushi should instead the color looked flat and dry. The rolls arrived after waiting an eternity and what we typically expect from the staple rolls we'd get looked awfully peculiar. For instance, the spicy scallop roll was surely spicy but there wasn't a morsel of scallop visible. My husband and I tried everything but I left my all time favorite: ikura. Since my 2-yr stay in Tokyo I've acquired a keen taste for the perfect ikura. When the waiter brought it over, I had one look at it and decided to pass. Each egg looked half cooked and didn't have the shiny, translucent, burnt orange color I expected. My husband had a piece before I could stop him. He's in bed now with stomach cramps. I can't speak for their cooked Thai food but I'd go somewhere else for sushi.

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★★★☆☆

My husband and I went there for a late lunch after reading all the great reviews here. When we got there is was empty which was not a good sign. We should have left immediately but decided to stay since we were hungry after the 30 minute drive it took us to get there. We ordered rolls and nigiri. After a dreadfully long wait, mind you there was no one there, our sushi arrived. The rice was undercooked and the fish was beyond dead. It didn't have the oily sheen on top like fresh sushi should instead the color looked flat and dry. The rolls arrived after waiting an eternity and what we typically expect from the staple rolls we'd get looked awfully peculiar. For instance, the spicy scallop roll was surely spicy but there wasn't a morsel of scallop visible. My husband and I tried everything but I left my all time favorite: ikura. Since my 2-yr stay in Tokyo I've acquired a keen taste for the perfect ikura. When the waiter brought it over, I had one look at it and decided to pass. Each egg looked half cooked and didn't have the shiny, translucent, burnt orange color I expected. My husband had a piece before I could stop him. He's in bed now with stomach cramps. I can't speak for their cooked Thai food but I'd go somewhere else for sushi.

Pros: plenty of parking; convenient for the folks up north

Cons: bad sushi

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I had a Pad Thai to go. It was good other than the fact it had a metallic tinge to the food. It was probably the fork I was using.

Service was prompt, portions large, and I feel that the meal was a deal for the money.

Interesting place.

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★★★★☆

I had a Pad Thai to go. It was good other than the fact it had a metallic tinge to the food. It was probably the fork I was using.

Service was prompt, portions large, and I feel that the meal was a deal for the money.

Interesting place.

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We went here with a group of ten people for a birthday and they were so accommodating. I found them through citysearch and the food was delicious and well presented. You could tell a lot of work went into the preparation. The fried calamari was delicious and all the sauces were as well. Everyone was happy with their meal.The owners came and spoke with us after our meal and were sooo very nice, they alone would make you want to go back! Oh and the birthday girl got free saki bombs, which was unexpected and just another example of how the atmosphere was basically "we're all family here." I loved it and everyone can't wait to go back for the next birthday!

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★★★★★

We went here with a group of ten people for a birthday and they were so accommodating. I found them through citysearch and the food was delicious and well presented. You could tell a lot of work went into the preparation. The fried calamari was delicious and all the sauces were as well. Everyone was happy with their meal.The owners came and spoke with us after our meal and were sooo very nice, they alone would make you want to go back! Oh and the birthday girl got free saki bombs, which was unexpected and just another example of how the atmosphere was basically "we're all family here." I loved it and everyone can't wait to go back for the next birthday!

Pros: Food, The owners, bathrooms were immaculate!

Cons: Wish it was closer to downtown

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I went with my family for the sushi happy hour and the sushi was awful. it was warm and mushy, not fresh at all.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went with my family for the sushi happy hour and the sushi was awful. it was warm and mushy, not fresh at all.

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This is great thai food and friendly staff. The decor is oddly stark and modern but still comfortable. Try the tempura or thom ka gai.

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★★★★★

This is great thai food and friendly staff. The decor is oddly stark and modern but still comfortable. Try the tempura or thom ka gai.

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I heard about Chon Som from three different people about 2 months ago...so my Husband took me and the girls out for a Sunday Brunch. I Loved it. The sushi was Amazing... and my young girls enjoyed Egg Rolls and Soup! My husband and I went back on an evening date more recently, and had another great experience. We had a wonderul date, and the Delicious food and polite Waiter at Chon Som made it one to remember.

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★★★★★

I heard about Chon Som from three different people about 2 months ago...so my Husband took me and the girls out for a Sunday Brunch. I Loved it. The sushi was Amazing... and my young girls enjoyed Egg Rolls and Soup! My husband and I went back on an evening date more recently, and had another great experience. We had a wonderul date, and the Delicious food and polite Waiter at Chon Som made it one to remember.

Pros: Great Sushi, friendly staff, relaxed environment

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I am looking for excellent Thai cuisine in Austin and I still have not found it. I drove from South Austin in search of what the reviews say is the best Thai in Austin. I was one of two tables seated on a Saturday night at 7:30pm, not very comforting. I first tried a couple of sushi rolls. They were good and fresh, but not outstanding. I still like Suzi's Rollingwood the best of all. I then ordered Pad Thai and Beef Massuman Curry. The Pad Thai was good but nothing outstanding and the Beef Curry was flavorful, but could have been mistaken for beef soup. There was a lot of sauce! I have had GREAT Thai food in Houston, New York, San Francisco and even Frankfurt. I am disappointed that in a city with as many Asian people as we have, we do not have GREAT Thai food! Don't get me wrong. This place is clean and the food is good, but average good.

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★★★☆☆

I am looking for excellent Thai cuisine in Austin and I still have not found it. I drove from South Austin in search of what the reviews say is the best Thai in Austin. I was one of two tables seated on a Saturday night at 7:30pm, not very comforting. I first tried a couple of sushi rolls. They were good and fresh, but not outstanding. I still like Suzi's Rollingwood the best of all. I then ordered Pad Thai and Beef Massuman Curry. The Pad Thai was good but nothing outstanding and the Beef Curry was flavorful, but could have been mistaken for beef soup. There was a lot of sauce! I have had GREAT Thai food in Houston, New York, San Francisco and even Frankfurt. I am disappointed that in a city with as many Asian people as we have, we do not have GREAT Thai food! Don't get me wrong. This place is clean and the food is good, but average good.

Pros: Good

Cons: Not GREAT!

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I was looking for a decent sushi joint around my neighborhood and boy did I luck into Chon Som. Great sushi and rolls. Very friendly atmosphere and lovely staff. Have gone back four times in the last three weeks :) Have a great happy hour too!

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★★★★★

I was looking for a decent sushi joint around my neighborhood and boy did I luck into Chon Som. Great sushi and rolls. Very friendly atmosphere and lovely staff. Have gone back four times in the last three weeks :) Have a great happy hour too!

Pros: convenience, ambience, value

Cons: thermostat was set too cold one :)

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The cuisine (notice I did not say food) was exquisite. My only issue with out visit was the service. I was having a bad day, so I certainly will not hold it against them. With only three tables present when we arrived, our greet time was a little long. Our appetizer arrived with our entree which annoyed me and the high-ball glasses jammed packed full of ice did not leave much room for iced tea. However, I said I was cranky that evening so ignore that part. The great part was the crisp tasty Gyoza (dumplings). We chose pork for our filling. They were crispy on the outside and filled with yummy stuff on the inside. I had the Tofu Pad Thai. It was a little spicy, which I like. The tofu was a little chewy, but the flavors were awesome. My dinner partner had the red curry chicken. It could have used a little more kick, but every Thai place is different and you are always cautious about ordering too hot. We did not have room to try the sushi, but it looked great and reasonably priced. Wells Branch has had little mom and pop Asians restaurantts pop up all over, Thai/Pan Asian is what we were missing. Try it as soon as you can. Just don't follow suit and go in a cranky mood.

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★★★★☆

The cuisine (notice I did not say food) was exquisite. My only issue with out visit was the service. I was having a bad day, so I certainly will not hold it against them. With only three tables present when we arrived, our greet time was a little long. Our appetizer arrived with our entree which annoyed me and the high-ball glasses jammed packed full of ice did not leave much room for iced tea. However, I said I was cranky that evening so ignore that part. The great part was the crisp tasty Gyoza (dumplings). We chose pork for our filling. They were crispy on the outside and filled with yummy stuff on the inside. I had the Tofu Pad Thai. It was a little spicy, which I like. The tofu was a little chewy, but the flavors were awesome. My dinner partner had the red curry chicken. It could have used a little more kick, but every Thai place is different and you are always cautious about ordering too hot. We did not have room to try the sushi, but it looked great and reasonably priced. Wells Branch has had little mom and pop Asians restaurantts pop up all over, Thai/Pan Asian is what we were missing. Try it as soon as you can. Just don't follow suit and go in a cranky mood.

Pros: Great food for a reasonable price. Less than $30 for appetizer and dinner for 2.

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Thanks to Chom Son, I am now addicted to Thai food. Delcious. Try the dynamite shrimp! They are fantastic. I had the red curry with chicken, loved it! I can't wait to go back and try something else.

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★★★★★

Thanks to Chom Son, I am now addicted to Thai food. Delcious. Try the dynamite shrimp! They are fantastic. I had the red curry with chicken, loved it! I can't wait to go back and try something else.

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I am so happy that I have finally found a place in Austin with amazing Thai food that is consistent, delicious, MSG free and VERY reasonably priced. Having lived in Thailand, I can be a tad picky about my Thai food, but the chef always impresses me with how talented she is. There is always parking, which was a problem with some of the places downtown. The wait staff is friendly and helpful, but not overly solicitous. They have a cool little room for private parties that we have used before. You feel very VIP in there. Absolutely start with the Dynamite Shrimp, but those little buggers are addictive. Now I am so hungry thinking about it, I am going there for dinner tonight!!!

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★★★★★

I am so happy that I have finally found a place in Austin with amazing Thai food that is consistent, delicious, MSG free and VERY reasonably priced. Having lived in Thailand, I can be a tad picky about my Thai food, but the chef always impresses me with how talented she is. There is always parking, which was a problem with some of the places downtown. The wait staff is friendly and helpful, but not overly solicitous. They have a cool little room for private parties that we have used before. You feel very VIP in there. Absolutely start with the Dynamite Shrimp, but those little buggers are addictive. Now I am so hungry thinking about it, I am going there for dinner tonight!!!

Pros: Excellent food, great price, easy parking, good service, MSG free, serve wine and beer, private party room

Cons: The Dynamite Shrimp is addictive

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Very friendly, warm and accommodating. Most importantly - the food is absolutely amazing. Melt in your mouth sashimi and very tasty rolls too. I also had the Pad Thai and Tom Yum soup and was completely blown away. My daughter who is a very finicky eater had the Miso soup and fried rice, lets just say she finished every thing on her plate which is pretty unusual.
Have been there on many occasions and can't wait to go back. What a find!

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★★★★★

Very friendly, warm and accommodating. Most importantly - the food is absolutely amazing. Melt in your mouth sashimi and very tasty rolls too. I also had the Pad Thai and Tom Yum soup and was completely blown away. My daughter who is a very finicky eater had the Miso soup and fried rice, lets just say she finished every thing on her plate which is pretty unusual.
Have been there on many occasions and can't wait to go back. What a find!

Pros: Friendly Service, Great Food, Extensive Menu

Cons: None

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For sushi buffs, you just can't get any better. This is not to take from the exceptional Thai food, but nobody does it better than their master sushi chef! Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

For sushi buffs, you just can't get any better. This is not to take from the exceptional Thai food, but nobody does it better than their master sushi chef! Highly recommended!

Pros: Great food, interesting art, and fair prices

Cons: hard to find

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We have now been to Chon Som on several occassions. Birthday celebrations, casual dinners w/ friends, and last minute dinners after a long day at the office. Each time we go, the food, the service, and the atmosphere just keep getting better. People are definitely finding out about this hot new spot! If you go in for sushi, try the salmon roll, or check with Nat or the waitstaff to see if there is a special sushi of the night...Certain not to disappoint, promise! No doubt start w/ the dynamite shrimp. Everything on the menu has been a pleasure for me so far, and my list of items to try continues to grow with each visit! They are on to something wonderful!

2
★★★★★

We have now been to Chon Som on several occassions. Birthday celebrations, casual dinners w/ friends, and last minute dinners after a long day at the office. Each time we go, the food, the service, and the atmosphere just keep getting better. People are definitely finding out about this hot new spot! If you go in for sushi, try the salmon roll, or check with Nat or the waitstaff to see if there is a special sushi of the night...Certain not to disappoint, promise! No doubt start w/ the dynamite shrimp. Everything on the menu has been a pleasure for me so far, and my list of items to try continues to grow with each visit! They are on to something wonderful!

Pros: Easy parking, relaxed atmosphere, wonderful food, great prices

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I love many things about Chon Som, but the Sushi has to be my favorite thing of all. You can challenge the Sushi chef, Nat, to come up with something off of the menu and you will end up with a wonderful treat every time. The sushi is fresh and delicious, and the presentation is always done with class. The Dynamite Shrimp is delightful; order it with caution, knowing that you may form an addiction. Chon Som is not a pretentious restaurant so it is easy to stay focused on the food, the nice atmosphere and the good service. The Thai food tastes great too, but I don't really know enough about Thai food to say how it rates compared to other places, I just know it tastes really good!

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★★★★★

I love many things about Chon Som, but the Sushi has to be my favorite thing of all. You can challenge the Sushi chef, Nat, to come up with something off of the menu and you will end up with a wonderful treat every time. The sushi is fresh and delicious, and the presentation is always done with class. The Dynamite Shrimp is delightful; order it with caution, knowing that you may form an addiction. Chon Som is not a pretentious restaurant so it is easy to stay focused on the food, the nice atmosphere and the good service. The Thai food tastes great too, but I don't really know enough about Thai food to say how it rates compared to other places, I just know it tastes really good!

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I am thai and it is rare that you find a thai restaurant that meets up to real thai style cooking. Well my search is over. This place is fantastic and just opened a couple months ago! As soon as we walked thru the door we were greeted graciously and seated fast. The menu had all the familiar, original thai dishes I love and cook myself at home. The Panang Curry was delicious with it's nutty, coconut ,spicy flare, and the Monsoon Noodles were out of this world served in a brown gravy sauce cooked in a charcoal flavored wok (that's the key and just like Thailand!) The chicken larb (minced chicken, flavored with raw rice thats toasted, grounded then sprinkled in the chicken, red chilis, and lime) was just like moms. Normally thai restaurants serve small portions but the portions at ChonSom are plentiful and you will get your moneys worth! The sushi was just as delightful and very fresh. For the appetizer try the "Strawberries Eels Forever" sushi roll, the Papaya Salad (eat it with rice and make it a meal for you vegans), for the soup both the Tom Yum and Tom Kha are soothing and flavorful. Oh and of course the infamous Pad Thai is the best I've had. The service is great and you won't have to wait too long to get your order like most thai restaurants. Try this place out, you will not be disappointed! I love it! One of my top 5.

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★★★★★

I am thai and it is rare that you find a thai restaurant that meets up to real thai style cooking. Well my search is over. This place is fantastic and just opened a couple months ago! As soon as we walked thru the door we were greeted graciously and seated fast. The menu had all the familiar, original thai dishes I love and cook myself at home. The Panang Curry was delicious with it's nutty, coconut ,spicy flare, and the Monsoon Noodles were out of this world served in a brown gravy sauce cooked in a charcoal flavored wok (that's the key and just like Thailand!) The chicken larb (minced chicken, flavored with raw rice thats toasted, grounded then sprinkled in the chicken, red chilis, and lime) was just like moms. Normally thai restaurants serve small portions but the portions at ChonSom are plentiful and you will get your moneys worth! The sushi was just as delightful and very fresh. For the appetizer try the "Strawberries Eels Forever" sushi roll, the Papaya Salad (eat it with rice and make it a meal for you vegans), for the soup both the Tom Yum and Tom Kha are soothing and flavorful. Oh and of course the infamous Pad Thai is the best I've had. The service is great and you won't have to wait too long to get your order like most thai restaurants. Try this place out, you will not be disappointed! I love it! One of my top 5.

Pros: Real Thai Style cooking

Cons: none

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I love this restaurant! The food is incredible. I haven't had a dish yet that I didn't like. I go there 2-4 times a week for lunch and an occassional dinner. Alisa is amazing in the kitchen with all of the Curries, the Spicy Cashew, and the Tom Kha soup. All are great dishes. And Nat is known for his sushi, such as The Dynamite Shrimp, Strawberry Eels Forever, and Kanisu. They just melt in your mouth.

My husband, who didn't use to be a big fan of sushi or Thai food, loves this place. He'll never argue with me when I suggest going there for lunch (even if it is for the 2nd or 3rd time that week).

The service is friendly and prompt. If you need help deciding what to order, they are helpful with suggestions.

Enjoy!

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★★★★★

I love this restaurant! The food is incredible. I haven't had a dish yet that I didn't like. I go there 2-4 times a week for lunch and an occassional dinner. Alisa is amazing in the kitchen with all of the Curries, the Spicy Cashew, and the Tom Kha soup. All are great dishes. And Nat is known for his sushi, such as The Dynamite Shrimp, Strawberry Eels Forever, and Kanisu. They just melt in your mouth.

My husband, who didn't use to be a big fan of sushi or Thai food, loves this place. He'll never argue with me when I suggest going there for lunch (even if it is for the 2nd or 3rd time that week).

The service is friendly and prompt. If you need help deciding what to order, they are helpful with suggestions.

Enjoy!

Pros: Food, Food, Food

Cons: None

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Pan-Asian restaurant serves a large variety of sushi as well as traditional Thai dishes and fusion creations.

 

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