Spring Thai

★★★★★
  • 88 Lamar St Ste 110

    Broomfield, CO 80020

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  • 303-438-2168

About Spring Thai

Hours
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 9:30pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 10pm

Food

Food
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This is definitely one of the better Asian restaurants in the Denver area. Their lunch specials are a great value that include a side salad with miso dressing, fried rice, and a spring roll. The entrees are delicious, with the sesame chicken and sesame scallops at the top of my list. The service was good, as the food and water refills arrived promptly.

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This is definitely one of the better Asian restaurants in the Denver area. Their lunch specials are a great value that include a side salad with miso dressing, fried rice, and a spring roll. The entrees are delicious, with the sesame chicken and sesame scallops at the top of my list. The service was good, as the food and water refills arrived promptly.

Pros: Great lunch specials, food

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My friend told me to try Spring Thai because they have the best fried rice in town. To be honest I'm really not a big fan of Chinese food. I ordered the Orange Chicken and Spinach Won Tons, it really was superior quality. The staff was pleasant as well as the ambiance. The only thing I would change would be the emptiness of their dining room. I hope word of mouth has time to spread before it closes down, it seems like these restaurants come and go.

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★★★★★

My friend told me to try Spring Thai because they have the best fried rice in town. To be honest I'm really not a big fan of Chinese food. I ordered the Orange Chicken and Spinach Won Tons, it really was superior quality. The staff was pleasant as well as the ambiance. The only thing I would change would be the emptiness of their dining room. I hope word of mouth has time to spread before it closes down, it seems like these restaurants come and go.

Pros: white meat was used for their chicken, crispy, with a great flavor

Cons: restaurant was empty

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This place always has friendly, accomodating service with a variety of traditional thai dishes (how close they are to actual dishes in Thailand I don't know, since I've never been there, but they seem to have a better grasp than many asian places in the metro area). Generous use of basil and lemongrass in the right dishes. The food is fresh and healthy, not greasy. They will make the soft spring rolls with or without shrimp, and their crispy ones are crisp and light as they should be--the dumpling appetizers are great as well. I love their pad thai, and they cook the tofu just right: little pillows of protein, nothing too chewy or slimy here. They will make anything to the level of spiciness you want. Moderate bar. Not a large place: several small tables plus a few on a patio when the weather is nice; can accomodate moderate groups if you ask them. They have a lovely but casual atmosphere...could be romantic for the right couple, but some might be too snooty to appreciate the simple elegance of what appears to be a little hole-in-the wall place from the outside and is not over-decorated inside. Very fair prices for the portions/quality!!

2
★★★★★

This place always has friendly, accomodating service with a variety of traditional thai dishes (how close they are to actual dishes in Thailand I don't know, since I've never been there, but they seem to have a better grasp than many asian places in the metro area). Generous use of basil and lemongrass in the right dishes. The food is fresh and healthy, not greasy. They will make the soft spring rolls with or without shrimp, and their crispy ones are crisp and light as they should be--the dumpling appetizers are great as well. I love their pad thai, and they cook the tofu just right: little pillows of protein, nothing too chewy or slimy here. They will make anything to the level of spiciness you want. Moderate bar. Not a large place: several small tables plus a few on a patio when the weather is nice; can accomodate moderate groups if you ask them. They have a lovely but casual atmosphere...could be romantic for the right couple, but some might be too snooty to appreciate the simple elegance of what appears to be a little hole-in-the wall place from the outside and is not over-decorated inside. Very fair prices for the portions/quality!!

Pros: Good food, good prices, good service. Prompt takeout.

Cons: Open cafe-style seating, no booths, can seem a bit casual

 

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