Thai Basil

★★★★☆
  • 5466 E Del Amo Blvd

    Long Beach, CA 90808

    Map & Directions
  • 562-938-1452

About Thai Basil

Hours
Mon-Thurs: 10am-9:30pm Fridays: 10am-10pm Saturdays: 11am-10pm Sundays: 11am-9:30pm

Food

Food
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I read all of the reviews for Thai Basils and decided to give it a try. Bad food, Bad service, horrible excuse for Thai food. If you like typical Americanized Chinese food with cheesy decor, and poor wait staff, then Thai Basils is for you. We got seated right away, but that's because there weren't very many people in the place. Now I know why. Friendly staff, when you see them. You're seated then someone eventually takes your order. What seems like 30 minutes later your food is brought to the table, appetizers with the main meal. Everything is luke warm and pretty bland. Our daughter got the Orange Chicken, and frankly, Panda Express makes better Orange Chicken. Nasty! I got the Pad Thai and all I could taste was the peanut oil. My husband got the Panang Curry. Way too much Coconut Milk, not enough spices, and way too many peas.. It was like soup. The Chicken Satay was good, but that isn't enough to make me go there again. We eventually walked up to the counter to pay because no one came back after they delivered our food. Don't go here.

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★☆☆☆☆

I read all of the reviews for Thai Basils and decided to give it a try. Bad food, Bad service, horrible excuse for Thai food. If you like typical Americanized Chinese food with cheesy decor, and poor wait staff, then Thai Basils is for you. We got seated right away, but that's because there weren't very many people in the place. Now I know why. Friendly staff, when you see them. You're seated then someone eventually takes your order. What seems like 30 minutes later your food is brought to the table, appetizers with the main meal. Everything is luke warm and pretty bland. Our daughter got the Orange Chicken, and frankly, Panda Express makes better Orange Chicken. Nasty! I got the Pad Thai and all I could taste was the peanut oil. My husband got the Panang Curry. Way too much Coconut Milk, not enough spices, and way too many peas.. It was like soup. The Chicken Satay was good, but that isn't enough to make me go there again. We eventually walked up to the counter to pay because no one came back after they delivered our food. Don't go here.

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Liked this place alot, my first experience with Thai food. Was taken by a co-worker from out of town who makes sure to visit Thai Basils on every trip! Good food, friendly service, good price. Will have to make this a regular stop!

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Liked this place alot, my first experience with Thai food. Was taken by a co-worker from out of town who makes sure to visit Thai Basils on every trip! Good food, friendly service, good price. Will have to make this a regular stop!

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It seems like alot of the locals know of this place. It's hidden within a shopping center. This place is great. The food is like a home-cooked meal. Great to eat with friends and family. They serve the typical Thai dishes.

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★★★★☆

It seems like alot of the locals know of this place. It's hidden within a shopping center. This place is great. The food is like a home-cooked meal. Great to eat with friends and family. They serve the typical Thai dishes.

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My husband and I literally dine here at least once a week to get our Thai food fix. The location isn't exactly posh, but it's got that "family-owned" feel and the food is just as good as the pricer restaurants you may see around Los Angeles. The portions are of a decent size and the food isn't as greasy as some other Thai joints. The waiting staff are always courteous and make you feel at home. I totally recommend this place for local people who don't feel like driving all the way up to Thai town for some good eats. The food is cheap and you can leave completely full under twenty bucks for two diners.

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My husband and I literally dine here at least once a week to get our Thai food fix. The location isn't exactly posh, but it's got that "family-owned" feel and the food is just as good as the pricer restaurants you may see around Los Angeles. The portions are of a decent size and the food isn't as greasy as some other Thai joints. The waiting staff are always courteous and make you feel at home. I totally recommend this place for local people who don't feel like driving all the way up to Thai town for some good eats. The food is cheap and you can leave completely full under twenty bucks for two diners.

Pros: Cheap tasty food, friendly service

Cons: Worn down building

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This is a decent restaurant. Clean, good food, decent service and reasonably priced. A nice place to stop by for a quick meal. Not a fancy place at all.

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★★★☆☆

This is a decent restaurant. Clean, good food, decent service and reasonably priced. A nice place to stop by for a quick meal. Not a fancy place at all.

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The real name is >>Thai Basil<< This storefront restaurant tucked away in the NE corner of the Lakewood Village area of Long Beach is a real gem. Great Food and generous portions. Adam & Co. prepare authentic southern Thai dishes to die for, including Mekong Steak a flambeéd steak dish prepared with Thai Whiskey. If after the huge main course, and you still have room for dessert, try the Mangoes and Sticky Rice - not to be missed

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The real name is >>Thai Basil<< This storefront restaurant tucked away in the NE corner of the Lakewood Village area of Long Beach is a real gem. Great Food and generous portions. Adam & Co. prepare authentic southern Thai dishes to die for, including Mekong Steak a flambeéd steak dish prepared with Thai Whiskey. If after the huge main course, and you still have room for dessert, try the Mangoes and Sticky Rice - not to be missed

Pros: Mangoes w/Sticky Rice, Ambience, Service

Cons: Parking

 

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