Thai Basil

★★★★★
Upscale Buckhead Thai restaurant is long on classic noodle dishes, short on consistency.

About Thai Basil

Hours
Mon-Thu 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10pm; Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm; Sat 5:30pm-10:30pm; Sun 5:30pm-10pm

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I've never had a bad dish here. We often get the spicy fish or one of their tangy, tasty panang dishes. You really can't go wrong-- everything is quality.

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★★★★☆

I've never had a bad dish here. We often get the spicy fish or one of their tangy, tasty panang dishes. You really can't go wrong-- everything is quality.

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It has the best Curry. If you have a hot date bring her there. Oh, while you're there, post a review on how much each item is.

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★★★★★

It has the best Curry. If you have a hot date bring her there. Oh, while you're there, post a review on how much each item is.

Pros: It has great food all the time.

Cons: Too many people go there, it's hard to find a parking spot, late in the day.

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I have eaten there a few times now and have never been disappointed. The food is great, the service is wonderful and the ambiance is relaxing. When I ask for a dish to be hotter it was exactly as requested. The house wine is tasty and reasonably priced. Try the crab rangoon, it rocks. I also especially enjoyed the Thai Seafood mix. Everything I have tried has been great.

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★★★★★

I have eaten there a few times now and have never been disappointed. The food is great, the service is wonderful and the ambiance is relaxing. When I ask for a dish to be hotter it was exactly as requested. The house wine is tasty and reasonably priced. Try the crab rangoon, it rocks. I also especially enjoyed the Thai Seafood mix. Everything I have tried has been great.

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I 'm a chef, so naturally I am very picky about where I eat, and this restaurant passes with an A+. The staff was very friendly and professional. The menu was pretty standard Thai, but very tasty. I would deffinitely go back, considering the very reasonalbe prices on the menu. This restaurant is a very welcomed addition to the buckhead/midtown area!!!! Give it a try and you will deffinitely be back. A winning combination of great food, good location, awesome prices and warm ambiance......I like it.

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★★★★★

I 'm a chef, so naturally I am very picky about where I eat, and this restaurant passes with an A+. The staff was very friendly and professional. The menu was pretty standard Thai, but very tasty. I would deffinitely go back, considering the very reasonalbe prices on the menu. This restaurant is a very welcomed addition to the buckhead/midtown area!!!! Give it a try and you will deffinitely be back. A winning combination of great food, good location, awesome prices and warm ambiance......I like it.

Pros: great prices, good parking, great service

Cons: none

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Yes another new Thai destination. It's becoming like Chinese spots, a few decades back, with one one every corner. So the really good Thai places, have to really set themselves apart. And Thai Fusion, does just that. Located in Brookwood, behind Houstons, is the charming little cafe. Just what I needed for lunch on a rainey day. Upon entering, the quaint interior brought a smile to may face, with shades of butternut, tan, and black laquer accents. And the black laquer accents, frame great black/white native Thai photo's. This is one classy little cafe. The owner/hostess was most charming. While the menu had the usuals, I started with a bowl of spicy Tom Yum w/shrimp. Somewhat different, with just the right amount of fire. Being a duck lover, I opted for the Roasted Duck with Red Curry. What a beautiful presentation. It reminded me of Tamarind, when it first opened many years ago. Wonderful Red Curry, Pineapple, Bell Peppers, Sweet Fresh Basil, and simmered in Coconut Milk. And those fancy garnishes made to look like little flowers. White tablecloth, small bar, and just charming. I will be back for dinner. It's in my 'hood!

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★★★★★

Yes another new Thai destination. It's becoming like Chinese spots, a few decades back, with one one every corner. So the really good Thai places, have to really set themselves apart. And Thai Fusion, does just that. Located in Brookwood, behind Houstons, is the charming little cafe. Just what I needed for lunch on a rainey day. Upon entering, the quaint interior brought a smile to may face, with shades of butternut, tan, and black laquer accents. And the black laquer accents, frame great black/white native Thai photo's. This is one classy little cafe. The owner/hostess was most charming. While the menu had the usuals, I started with a bowl of spicy Tom Yum w/shrimp. Somewhat different, with just the right amount of fire. Being a duck lover, I opted for the Roasted Duck with Red Curry. What a beautiful presentation. It reminded me of Tamarind, when it first opened many years ago. Wonderful Red Curry, Pineapple, Bell Peppers, Sweet Fresh Basil, and simmered in Coconut Milk. And those fancy garnishes made to look like little flowers. White tablecloth, small bar, and just charming. I will be back for dinner. It's in my 'hood!

Pros: Charming White Tablecloth Thai Cafe! Roasted Duck w/Red Curry Sauce!

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Thai food is not my favorite but the owner recommended entrees that were perfect for my pallette. Red snapper came out steamy hot!! Yum! Crab Rangoons were awesome. Yummy flavorful dip, too. Good location, near Piedmont Hospital with plenty of parking. Nice relaxing atmosphere - with new upscale decor. Good for a romantic dinner or business lunch. I'll go back!!

2
★★★★★

Thai food is not my favorite but the owner recommended entrees that were perfect for my pallette. Red snapper came out steamy hot!! Yum! Crab Rangoons were awesome. Yummy flavorful dip, too. Good location, near Piedmont Hospital with plenty of parking. Nice relaxing atmosphere - with new upscale decor. Good for a romantic dinner or business lunch. I'll go back!!

Pros: Thumbs way up AND if you get caught with a wait at Houstons, head to THAI FUSION!!

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Must try the crab rangoons. Cury dishes are very good. I love Tai food and was very happy with this restraunt. Like most Tai restraunts the servers is excellent. Definitely on the list of places to go back to. Nice relaxed environment.

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★★★★★

Must try the crab rangoons. Cury dishes are very good. I love Tai food and was very happy with this restraunt. Like most Tai restraunts the servers is excellent. Definitely on the list of places to go back to. Nice relaxed environment.

Pros: Food, service, location

Cons: A little far for me at dinner, but always on the lunch rotation.

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I've been there for lunch twice now and the food was delicious each time. The menu is much more extensive than other Thai establishments I've been to. I branched out and tried some of the more exotic items on the menu and I was rewarded for my bravery. The food is fresh and flavorful. I highly recommend it.

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★★★★★

I've been there for lunch twice now and the food was delicious each time. The menu is much more extensive than other Thai establishments I've been to. I branched out and tried some of the more exotic items on the menu and I was rewarded for my bravery. The food is fresh and flavorful. I highly recommend it.

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this is one of my favorite thai places. not the most dressed up place but the food is really good and not too expensive. the food is a litte more authentic than the others you will find.

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★★★★☆

this is one of my favorite thai places. not the most dressed up place but the food is really good and not too expensive. the food is a litte more authentic than the others you will find.

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