Thai Bu Ree

★★★★★

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I recently relocated from LA to STL and am Thai. I've been missing mom's cooking, so I've been on a search for good Thai food in the area. Thai Bu Ree was recommended to me so I thought I'd give it a shot. I went for take-out and it did take awhile (about 30-40 minutes). But I did remember to take a menu to phone ahead for next time. I ordered tom yum goong, rad na, and gai pad gaprao. The soup was great, sour and spicy just like mom makes. The rad na and gai pad gaprao were OK. I was disappointed though when the server asked for an additional $2 for ground chicken for the gai pad gaprao AFTER I had already settled my bill.

I will go back and I'll even bring my mom next time she's in town.

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I recently relocated from LA to STL and am Thai. I've been missing mom's cooking, so I've been on a search for good Thai food in the area. Thai Bu Ree was recommended to me so I thought I'd give it a shot. I went for take-out and it did take awhile (about 30-40 minutes). But I did remember to take a menu to phone ahead for next time. I ordered tom yum goong, rad na, and gai pad gaprao. The soup was great, sour and spicy just like mom makes. The rad na and gai pad gaprao were OK. I was disappointed though when the server asked for an additional $2 for ground chicken for the gai pad gaprao AFTER I had already settled my bill.

I will go back and I'll even bring my mom next time she's in town.

Pros: Value, decor

Cons: A bit slow on cooking

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After reviewing almost every Thai restaurant in St. Louis on Citysearch, I decided to try Thai Buree. Growing up in California, I am very picky about Asian food, Thai being no exception. Having enjoyed some of the best Thai restaurants in Los Angeles, I didn't know what to expect from a little strip mall in St. Louis. I was not disappointed. The yellow curry was fabulous and left my mouth burning (my choice, the spice level is optional) and the Pad Thai was exceptional. I'm not a big fan of deep fried food, but for those who are Thai Buree has a several fried dishes, including hot, delicous, egg rolls. The modest prices and exceptional food make Thai Buree a restaurant worth returning to (I've already been back once and plan coming again soon).

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★★★★★

After reviewing almost every Thai restaurant in St. Louis on Citysearch, I decided to try Thai Buree. Growing up in California, I am very picky about Asian food, Thai being no exception. Having enjoyed some of the best Thai restaurants in Los Angeles, I didn't know what to expect from a little strip mall in St. Louis. I was not disappointed. The yellow curry was fabulous and left my mouth burning (my choice, the spice level is optional) and the Pad Thai was exceptional. I'm not a big fan of deep fried food, but for those who are Thai Buree has a several fried dishes, including hot, delicous, egg rolls. The modest prices and exceptional food make Thai Buree a restaurant worth returning to (I've already been back once and plan coming again soon).

Pros: Excellent food, great prices, owners are Thai

Cons: Absolutely none

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If you're looking for the most authentic and delicious menu and food, Thai Bu-ree is the best option in the St. Louis area. I've lived in Thailand and this is the closest we have to the real thing. The owner, staff, and cook are all Thai, and the menu offers several items unique to Thailand that other local restaurants don't serve (sticky rice and mango dessert, fried sweet potato, and several fish dishes). The papaya salad with sticky rice is the best around...a generous portion and lots of peanuts--very key. Curries were thick--as they should be; not made with watered-down coconut milk. The fish was great--strong basil and chile flavors with lots of spice. Very reasonable prices. Trust me--I've been to all the Thai restaurants in St. Louis and this is the best by far. It's a hidden gem/secret. Don't believe the hype of other restaurants...try this.

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★★★★★

If you're looking for the most authentic and delicious menu and food, Thai Bu-ree is the best option in the St. Louis area. I've lived in Thailand and this is the closest we have to the real thing. The owner, staff, and cook are all Thai, and the menu offers several items unique to Thailand that other local restaurants don't serve (sticky rice and mango dessert, fried sweet potato, and several fish dishes). The papaya salad with sticky rice is the best around...a generous portion and lots of peanuts--very key. Curries were thick--as they should be; not made with watered-down coconut milk. The fish was great--strong basil and chile flavors with lots of spice. Very reasonable prices. Trust me--I've been to all the Thai restaurants in St. Louis and this is the best by far. It's a hidden gem/secret. Don't believe the hype of other restaurants...try this.

Pros: Authentic menu options, absolutely delicious and authentic food, service.

Cons: Maybe ambiance, but it's still decent.

 

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