Thai Noodles

★★★★☆

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Fri-Sat: 10:30am-10:30pm, Sun-Thu: 10:30am-10pm
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So I work around the corner from this place and my coworkers and I frequently eat here. I have tried a bunch of things from the menu and have never been disappointed. The pad thai especially delicious. I saw a review that said they don't

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★★★★★

So I work around the corner from this place and my coworkers and I frequently eat here. I have tried a bunch of things from the menu and have never been disappointed. The pad thai especially delicious. I saw a review that said they don't

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I love thai food and sushi and I was very happy to see this one open up very close to my house. I have had some very good food here and some horrible ones. it is just not consistent at all. Service is ok. \r
I am very familiar with thai

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★★★★★

I love thai food and sushi and I was very happy to see this one open up very close to my house. I have had some very good food here and some horrible ones. it is just not consistent at all. Service is ok. \r
I am very familiar with thai

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What a disastrous dining experience. It took 30 minutes just to get a drink. It took 3 hours to eat because it took so long to get our food and check and when our food came our waiter couldn't even tell us which sushi rolls were what. He

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★★★★★

What a disastrous dining experience. It took 30 minutes just to get a drink. It took 3 hours to eat because it took so long to get our food and check and when our food came our waiter couldn't even tell us which sushi rolls were what. He

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We eat here often and the food is always good. The lunch prices are great, dinner (entrees)... for this type of food, a little high and you don't get much more than at lunch (you could go to PF Changs for about the same amount.) I would

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★★★★★

We eat here often and the food is always good. The lunch prices are great, dinner (entrees)... for this type of food, a little high and you don't get much more than at lunch (you could go to PF Changs for about the same amount.) I would

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UPDATE: I ordered takeout from here and was quite disappointed in one of the dishes. I ordered the same special I had when I ate in the restaurant - the Ocean Trio - and this time it was awful. It was not even the same sauce at all and

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★★★★★

UPDATE: I ordered takeout from here and was quite disappointed in one of the dishes. I ordered the same special I had when I ate in the restaurant - the Ocean Trio - and this time it was awful. It was not even the same sauce at all and

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I gave Thai's Noodle only 2 stars because of their payment policies, not the food which is pretty good. They will not split checks if anyone at the table orders sushi. I'm assuming this is because the sushi is buy one get one free and they believe that their customers will try to scam them somehow.

The unfortunate thing is that they will be turning away a good number of lunch time customers because of this policy. Not many people go to lunch on 'dates' or with family where one person is going to pay. Typically when I go to lunch it is with my co-workers and it is a giant pain if they will not split the check. So much that we probably won't go back.

Went here the other day with a few family members and the waiter refused to split the check into 3 parties (2 couples and 1 single). One person just paid for all of it and said she would NEVER be back because of it. Looking at the check and the sushi that we would have gotten 'free' if the waiter had split the checks there was a difference of about $5 (in favor of the restaurant). Basically this restaurant just lost a customer, who eats sushi all the time, over $5.

Thai Noodles should do some research into how all the other buy one get one free sushi places are doing checks. Tasu, Shiki, and Asuka ALL split checks at lunch and they are all busy at lunch with people on their lunch breaks. I'll definitely choose Tasu or Asuka (both about 5-10 minutes from Thai's Noodle) over Thai's Noodle in the future when I'm with co-workers because I know there won't be an issue there.

Hopefully Thai's Noodle will get it together soon. I would hate for them to fail because I love sushi and actually thought theirs was decent, but I think with this current policy they will have very few repeat customers.

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★☆☆☆☆

I gave Thai's Noodle only 2 stars because of their payment policies, not the food which is pretty good. They will not split checks if anyone at the table orders sushi. I'm assuming this is because the sushi is buy one get one free and they believe that their customers will try to scam them somehow.

The unfortunate thing is that they will be turning away a good number of lunch time customers because of this policy. Not many people go to lunch on 'dates' or with family where one person is going to pay. Typically when I go to lunch it is with my co-workers and it is a giant pain if they will not split the check. So much that we probably won't go back.

Went here the other day with a few family members and the waiter refused to split the check into 3 parties (2 couples and 1 single). One person just paid for all of it and said she would NEVER be back because of it. Looking at the check and the sushi that we would have gotten 'free' if the waiter had split the checks there was a difference of about $5 (in favor of the restaurant). Basically this restaurant just lost a customer, who eats sushi all the time, over $5.

Thai Noodles should do some research into how all the other buy one get one free sushi places are doing checks. Tasu, Shiki, and Asuka ALL split checks at lunch and they are all busy at lunch with people on their lunch breaks. I'll definitely choose Tasu or Asuka (both about 5-10 minutes from Thai's Noodle) over Thai's Noodle in the future when I'm with co-workers because I know there won't be an issue there.

Hopefully Thai's Noodle will get it together soon. I would hate for them to fail because I love sushi and actually thought theirs was decent, but I think with this current policy they will have very few repeat customers.

Pros: sushi is buy one get one free, good hot & sour soup

Cons: WON'T SPLIT CHECKS!

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Service was excellent, sushi rolls were fresh, beautiful and delicious. I loved my stir fried udon noodles and my husband loved his thai garlic sauce chicken. beer was reasonably priced, too.

I think it is a cheap shot for a disgruntled employee to post here and it's not a chain so I wonder if the other reviewer posted their review to the wrong restaurant. I am a passionate cook and foodie and this was not bland, cookie cutter food. It was fresh, hot, very flavorful.

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★★★★☆

Service was excellent, sushi rolls were fresh, beautiful and delicious. I loved my stir fried udon noodles and my husband loved his thai garlic sauce chicken. beer was reasonably priced, too.

I think it is a cheap shot for a disgruntled employee to post here and it's not a chain so I wonder if the other reviewer posted their review to the wrong restaurant. I am a passionate cook and foodie and this was not bland, cookie cutter food. It was fresh, hot, very flavorful.

Pros: great service, prices, fresh food

Cons: too far from my house in N Raleigh ; )

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Thai's Noodle is aGreat place to eat. Horrible place to work. I have served at a few restaurants and never have left a place crying until working just 2 weeks for Thai's Noodle. They expected perfection and nothing less but only gave me a day of training. When I needed help they expected since I had serving experience that I would never need help even during the lunch rush. I was told to never disagree with the owner that he was always right and to say yes to everything not to ask questions. They said they would give me another chance when I did not even know I had taken any chances. Needless to say one of the worst places to work at if you are a girl and not Asian. So if you are wanting to work somewhere that you feel you can learn and ask questions. Not the place to work. But I did love the food!

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★☆☆☆☆

Thai's Noodle is aGreat place to eat. Horrible place to work. I have served at a few restaurants and never have left a place crying until working just 2 weeks for Thai's Noodle. They expected perfection and nothing less but only gave me a day of training. When I needed help they expected since I had serving experience that I would never need help even during the lunch rush. I was told to never disagree with the owner that he was always right and to say yes to everything not to ask questions. They said they would give me another chance when I did not even know I had taken any chances. Needless to say one of the worst places to work at if you are a girl and not Asian. So if you are wanting to work somewhere that you feel you can learn and ask questions. Not the place to work. But I did love the food!

Pros: Good food to eat

Cons: Sucky place to work

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Bland, processed food. I think I could have made this at home. No spice, no texture no flavor. No plans for a return trip here.

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★☆☆☆☆

Bland, processed food. I think I could have made this at home. No spice, no texture no flavor. No plans for a return trip here.

Pros: none

Cons: no flavor no spice

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I had Pad Kee Mao ($7.95) and it was very good and has lots of meat. I can't wait to try other food there.

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★★★★★

I had Pad Kee Mao ($7.95) and it was very good and has lots of meat. I can't wait to try other food there.

Pros: Great price

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This is a small restaurant with only a few tables. The menu is styled similar to Pei Wei, with the dishes priced based on which meat you'd like. Great prices for Thai food, approximately $7 - $9. Our order came to $21 including 2 entrees, 2 sodas, and a tip. The food was fantastic, cooked up front (behind a plexiglass divider), and was served fast. Our only complaint was portion size. The portions were fairly small, and we ended up going out for dessert afterwards. I will absolutely eat there again, but will order an appetizer to go with the meal!

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★★★★☆

This is a small restaurant with only a few tables. The menu is styled similar to Pei Wei, with the dishes priced based on which meat you'd like. Great prices for Thai food, approximately $7 - $9. Our order came to $21 including 2 entrees, 2 sodas, and a tip. The food was fantastic, cooked up front (behind a plexiglass divider), and was served fast. Our only complaint was portion size. The portions were fairly small, and we ended up going out for dessert afterwards. I will absolutely eat there again, but will order an appetizer to go with the meal!

Pros: Great Food / Reasonably priced

Cons: Small portions

 

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