Sivalai Thai Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 4806 Se Stark St

    Portland, OR 97215

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  • 503-230-2875

About Sivalai Thai Restaurant

Hours
Sat-Sun: 11am-10pm, Mon-Fri: 11pm-3pm, 3pm-10pm
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Excellent food, excellent service! These are some of the nicest people around! We've been going here for years and have always been greeted with a smile. The free Thai Iced tea, the free Coconut Rice with mango and the free salad roll with

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★★★★★

Excellent food, excellent service! These are some of the nicest people around! We've been going here for years and have always been greeted with a smile. The free Thai Iced tea, the free Coconut Rice with mango and the free salad roll with

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I am shocked to see all the negative reviews of this amazing restaurant. I have never experienced friendlier or more welcoming service, and the food is equally outstanding. I am a huge thai food fan, and I find the food at Sivalai to be

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★★★★★

I am shocked to see all the negative reviews of this amazing restaurant. I have never experienced friendlier or more welcoming service, and the food is equally outstanding. I am a huge thai food fan, and I find the food at Sivalai to be

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This might be one of the worst experiences I've had in 2011 in general - stay away!!!!!!!!!!\r
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My first clue should have been the ice-cold tea or when the waiter completely disregarded my question about whether a dish contained a common

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This might be one of the worst experiences I've had in 2011 in general - stay away!!!!!!!!!!\r
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My first clue should have been the ice-cold tea or when the waiter completely disregarded my question about whether a dish contained a common

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Sivalai is great authentic thai food served by a very friendly staff. Thier menu is varied, and everything I've been served is very flavorful. I've tasted the real thing on the streets of Chiang Mai, and this is a very faithful version.

I'm not sure what the other negative reviews are about, clearly they don't know real thai food when they eat it.

The servers are always very friendly, and attentive, and the food is served very quickly.

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★★★★★

Sivalai is great authentic thai food served by a very friendly staff. Thier menu is varied, and everything I've been served is very flavorful. I've tasted the real thing on the streets of Chiang Mai, and this is a very faithful version.

I'm not sure what the other negative reviews are about, clearly they don't know real thai food when they eat it.

The servers are always very friendly, and attentive, and the food is served very quickly.

Pros: Tasty Food, friendly service, quick hot food at your table

Cons: No Kao Soi Noodles on menu

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I started coming to Sivalaya around 2001 and it was one of my favorite Thai places. The owner would always greet us at the door. I returned from Korea last December and took my wife there on our first night in the US. The food was great but the energy of the place had vanished.

Yesterday I went and it was the worst Thai food I have ever had. The Rad Na (favorite dish) was bland and oily. The Tom Yum had freezer burned shrimp. I don't remember if there was ever a lunch menu, but we had to pay full price for our awful food. My wife even felt it was worse than Wong's Garden - it has to be really bad for her to say it's as bad as Wong's.

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★★☆☆☆

I started coming to Sivalaya around 2001 and it was one of my favorite Thai places. The owner would always greet us at the door. I returned from Korea last December and took my wife there on our first night in the US. The food was great but the energy of the place had vanished.

Yesterday I went and it was the worst Thai food I have ever had. The Rad Na (favorite dish) was bland and oily. The Tom Yum had freezer burned shrimp. I don't remember if there was ever a lunch menu, but we had to pay full price for our awful food. My wife even felt it was worse than Wong's Garden - it has to be really bad for her to say it's as bad as Wong's.

Pros: Free Thai coffee or tea and sticky rice.

Cons: Major decline in service and quality.

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My husband and I just got home with our take out: veggies in peanut sauce and pad thai. Both were beyond terrible, the peanut sauce was thin as water and tasted oily, no other flavors, just oily. The pad thai was also only oily tasting and had nothing but noodles, oily noodles. The veggies in the "peanut sauce" were barely thawed, not fresh at all or cooked. We were so disappointed since we rarely eat out. We would have had much better Thai food buying something frozen from the market. I just threw it all out, sad sad waste of money.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I just got home with our take out: veggies in peanut sauce and pad thai. Both were beyond terrible, the peanut sauce was thin as water and tasted oily, no other flavors, just oily. The pad thai was also only oily tasting and had nothing but noodles, oily noodles. The veggies in the "peanut sauce" were barely thawed, not fresh at all or cooked. We were so disappointed since we rarely eat out. We would have had much better Thai food buying something frozen from the market. I just threw it all out, sad sad waste of money.

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Try these dished: Rainbow, Cucumber Salad, Yellow Curry,

We tried Sivalaya Thai a number of years ago becuase they'd taken over our previous favorite Thai restarant (Thai Touch). The owner, Jose, definitely takes you off guard at first. But he is so friendly and funny it's hard to resist him. His somewhat loud personality is an unusual contrast to most soft spoken Thais. We go to Sivalaya about 2x per year because of the distance from our home in outer SE County. Jose remembers our names every time. The food is good. Our favorites are some that have been mentioned in reviews before... a veggie dish called Rainbow, the spicey sweet,Cucumber Salad, Yellow Curry, and the sticky rice dessert with papaya or mango. This is a small restaurant with a casual atmospher. If you want the expense and stuffy atmosphere of places like Thaiphoon, then by all means go there instead and let the rest of us enjoy Paradise... Sivalaya!!

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★★★★★

Try these dished: Rainbow, Cucumber Salad, Yellow Curry,

We tried Sivalaya Thai a number of years ago becuase they'd taken over our previous favorite Thai restarant (Thai Touch). The owner, Jose, definitely takes you off guard at first. But he is so friendly and funny it's hard to resist him. His somewhat loud personality is an unusual contrast to most soft spoken Thais. We go to Sivalaya about 2x per year because of the distance from our home in outer SE County. Jose remembers our names every time. The food is good. Our favorites are some that have been mentioned in reviews before... a veggie dish called Rainbow, the spicey sweet,Cucumber Salad, Yellow Curry, and the sticky rice dessert with papaya or mango. This is a small restaurant with a casual atmospher. If you want the expense and stuffy atmosphere of places like Thaiphoon, then by all means go there instead and let the rest of us enjoy Paradise... Sivalaya!!

Pros: Good price, friendly service, casual, easy to try new dishes

Cons: None

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I am hooked on Sivalaya! The service is great and you won't have to wait long for your food at all. The waitresses know my boyfriend and I since we go so much and they bring us as much free ice tea, soup, desert and rice and we can eat (we always end up leaving a big tip)! Dishes have big servings and come with heaping bowls of steamed rice. The drunken noodles and fried eggplant are my favorites. This is a small family business that i definitely support and will keep coming back to!

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★★★★★

I am hooked on Sivalaya! The service is great and you won't have to wait long for your food at all. The waitresses know my boyfriend and I since we go so much and they bring us as much free ice tea, soup, desert and rice and we can eat (we always end up leaving a big tip)! Dishes have big servings and come with heaping bowls of steamed rice. The drunken noodles and fried eggplant are my favorites. This is a small family business that i definitely support and will keep coming back to!

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Upon entering we were greeted enthusiastically and seated immediately. The iced tea was free but we were just a bit disappointed to find out they don't serve beer. The service was fast and friendly almost to the point of being insulting. When we received our appetizer, soup, a huge bowl of white rice, main dishes, and (unordered) dessert all within a minute of each other, we felt as though we were being rushed. The food was okay. The topper was when they went to dish our leftovers into boxes. We figured we'd be going home with a pile of rice. But the waiter came back with only two small containers. We wondered where the rest of the rice must be going. Not long after that moment I saw one of the waitresses head back to the kitchen, scoop a bowl of rice back into the rice cooker and place the now empty bowl on a pile of other bowls next to the cooker. I'm really really hoping that wasn't our leftover rice, but that sight combined with the rushed service will probably keep us away from Sivalaya in the future.

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★★☆☆☆

Upon entering we were greeted enthusiastically and seated immediately. The iced tea was free but we were just a bit disappointed to find out they don't serve beer. The service was fast and friendly almost to the point of being insulting. When we received our appetizer, soup, a huge bowl of white rice, main dishes, and (unordered) dessert all within a minute of each other, we felt as though we were being rushed. The food was okay. The topper was when they went to dish our leftovers into boxes. We figured we'd be going home with a pile of rice. But the waiter came back with only two small containers. We wondered where the rest of the rice must be going. Not long after that moment I saw one of the waitresses head back to the kitchen, scoop a bowl of rice back into the rice cooker and place the now empty bowl on a pile of other bowls next to the cooker. I'm really really hoping that wasn't our leftover rice, but that sight combined with the rushed service will probably keep us away from Sivalaya in the future.

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I love this place! I have gotten take-out from this place for a year, but recently came with my family and I dined-in. What a wonderful experience! Great service, great food, great value. We will definitely be return visitors. What a wonderful restaurant! I suggest the hot and sour soup! So substantial and so fulfulling!

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★★★★★

I love this place! I have gotten take-out from this place for a year, but recently came with my family and I dined-in. What a wonderful experience! Great service, great food, great value. We will definitely be return visitors. What a wonderful restaurant! I suggest the hot and sour soup! So substantial and so fulfulling!

Pros: great value, great service

Cons: ambience so-so

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I live a block away from Sivalaya and I eat there at least once a week. The owner Jose is super friendly but can be (can be as in always) loud and personal but not to mention really funny. Example: If your name is John be prepared to be called John Wayne the rest of you meal. So be in the mood for a personal experience. (Jose is great with groups btw)
Sivalaya is best with curries and soups and really inconsistent with noodle dishes. They always give free drinks (thai ice coffee, thai ice tea or green tea) with free refills as well as a free desert (usually sweet rice with mango.) I'm pretty thrifty and I think the price is right for what you get ($8 - $11 is average.)
I recommend the crunchy basil chicken, surprise curry and the Tom Kah Kai soup. I would avoid the pad thai.

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★★★☆☆

I live a block away from Sivalaya and I eat there at least once a week. The owner Jose is super friendly but can be (can be as in always) loud and personal but not to mention really funny. Example: If your name is John be prepared to be called John Wayne the rest of you meal. So be in the mood for a personal experience. (Jose is great with groups btw)
Sivalaya is best with curries and soups and really inconsistent with noodle dishes. They always give free drinks (thai ice coffee, thai ice tea or green tea) with free refills as well as a free desert (usually sweet rice with mango.) I'm pretty thrifty and I think the price is right for what you get ($8 - $11 is average.)
I recommend the crunchy basil chicken, surprise curry and the Tom Kah Kai soup. I would avoid the pad thai.

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As others have commented, the owner is friendly in a kind of pushy way. We went there for the first time and, sure enough, got free tea, crispy roll appetizer, and dessert. The owner helpfully recommended several menu items. We went with one of his suggestions, the green bean dish, and a green curry as a sort of thai standard. We also ordered the salad rolls and tom yum (hot and sour) soup.

Here's the breakdown:
Crispy roll appetizer: Not bad, but not remarkable either. B.
Salad Rolls: See above. The peanut sauce was a little different than the usual, and almost seemed pre-made. The roll contents were very mundane. B-.
Tom Yum Soup: Tasted like the chinese version. Too sweet, very skimpy on the lemongrass. Edible, but not at all what we had hoped for. C-.
Green Bean Dish: O.K., but VERY salty. C.
Green Curry: The best of the lot. Well balanced and tasty, but also a bit on the salty side. B+.
Mango Rice Pudding: The mango was good, the pudding seemed pre-plated an a bit dried out. But I don't remember having had this before - maybe it's supposed to be like that. C+.

It wasn't terrible for the price, but it wasn't exceptional, either. We still dream of Thai Thai on Hawthorne (back when they were really good), and measure all other Thai places against that standard. Exuberant service notwithstanding, "Paradise" fell short of the mark. They also don't serve beer. :-(

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★★★☆☆

As others have commented, the owner is friendly in a kind of pushy way. We went there for the first time and, sure enough, got free tea, crispy roll appetizer, and dessert. The owner helpfully recommended several menu items. We went with one of his suggestions, the green bean dish, and a green curry as a sort of thai standard. We also ordered the salad rolls and tom yum (hot and sour) soup.

Here's the breakdown:
Crispy roll appetizer: Not bad, but not remarkable either. B.
Salad Rolls: See above. The peanut sauce was a little different than the usual, and almost seemed pre-made. The roll contents were very mundane. B-.
Tom Yum Soup: Tasted like the chinese version. Too sweet, very skimpy on the lemongrass. Edible, but not at all what we had hoped for. C-.
Green Bean Dish: O.K., but VERY salty. C.
Green Curry: The best of the lot. Well balanced and tasty, but also a bit on the salty side. B+.
Mango Rice Pudding: The mango was good, the pudding seemed pre-plated an a bit dried out. But I don't remember having had this before - maybe it's supposed to be like that. C+.

It wasn't terrible for the price, but it wasn't exceptional, either. We still dream of Thai Thai on Hawthorne (back when they were really good), and measure all other Thai places against that standard. Exuberant service notwithstanding, "Paradise" fell short of the mark. They also don't serve beer. :-(

Pros: Wacky owner.

Cons: Average food.

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I went there with a vegan, and asked for food with tofu. The food was insipid, standard thai food, better than carts, but not much more than that. But we found chicken in it.

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★★★☆☆

I went there with a vegan, and asked for food with tofu. The food was insipid, standard thai food, better than carts, but not much more than that. But we found chicken in it.

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The guy is crazy and nice... to customers. To his workers he was rude and still crazy. He named me James Bond, which weirded me out. I thought to myself crazy people make the tastiest food so this should be wonderful! It was first of all, I got the most meager portion of food! I don't even eat that much! I was still hungry after leaving. It was really pricey compared to the portions, and the food didn't even taste that good.

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★★☆☆☆

The guy is crazy and nice... to customers. To his workers he was rude and still crazy. He named me James Bond, which weirded me out. I thought to myself crazy people make the tastiest food so this should be wonderful! It was first of all, I got the most meager portion of food! I don't even eat that much! I was still hungry after leaving. It was really pricey compared to the portions, and the food didn't even taste that good.

Pros: The crazy guy will make you laugh...

Cons: The crazy guy will make you uncomfortable...

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I saw the 9.6 rating, and thought, "I can't lose." Well I didn't "lose" exactly, but I don't feel like I won. The soup was not bad, the rice was fresh and tasty, but the dishes themselves were just less than ordinary. The family is friendly and upbeat, but when I go out, I go for the cuisine. If you are a foodie, keep looking. If you want someone to be nice to you while you chow below average thai, this is your joint.

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★★☆☆☆

I saw the 9.6 rating, and thought, "I can't lose." Well I didn't "lose" exactly, but I don't feel like I won. The soup was not bad, the rice was fresh and tasty, but the dishes themselves were just less than ordinary. The family is friendly and upbeat, but when I go out, I go for the cuisine. If you are a foodie, keep looking. If you want someone to be nice to you while you chow below average thai, this is your joint.

Pros: Free Soda, and Thai Ice Tea, and Appetizers

Cons: Mediocre ingredients, mediocre sauces

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We live close to here, so it makes for an easy stop on the way home from work. The owner is charming, friendly and sweet and the place is very family friendly. Service is very brisk and organized, never had an order screw-up or snafu. However, I just can't get past the fact that the food is pretty average Thai cuisine. Nothing on the menu has ever really knocked us out, compelled us to declare this a "best of" restaurant, much as we would love to. We go mainly for the friendliness, convenience, consistency, not so much for the "wow" food factor. But they are a great thing to have in a neighborhood mostly devoid of dining establishments.

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★★★☆☆

We live close to here, so it makes for an easy stop on the way home from work. The owner is charming, friendly and sweet and the place is very family friendly. Service is very brisk and organized, never had an order screw-up or snafu. However, I just can't get past the fact that the food is pretty average Thai cuisine. Nothing on the menu has ever really knocked us out, compelled us to declare this a "best of" restaurant, much as we would love to. We go mainly for the friendliness, convenience, consistency, not so much for the "wow" food factor. But they are a great thing to have in a neighborhood mostly devoid of dining establishments.

Pros: very friendly

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The food and service is wonderful as well as the staff. They are very accomodating and are happy to combinded any two dishes if you can't decide. Worth a try, you will be hooked. As one customer put she had to limit herself to only 3 times a week from 5-7!

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★★★★★

The food and service is wonderful as well as the staff. They are very accomodating and are happy to combinded any two dishes if you can't decide. Worth a try, you will be hooked. As one customer put she had to limit herself to only 3 times a week from 5-7!

Pros: Fast Service, Inexspensive, Very Welcoming

Cons: NONE!!

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My family was given a gift certificate as a gift. We called ahead to see if we needed reservations for a party of six including our two kids. We were told no reservations were needed. We told them we would be there in about an hour. When we arrived they had the front room set up and waiting for us. My two year old son was asleep when we arrived, so the staff made a bed and pillow on the floor out of tablecloths so we would not have to wake him. It's a must try restaurant, the food was excellent, inexpensive and on our table faster than McDonalds. The service was some of the best we have ever had.

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★★★★★

My family was given a gift certificate as a gift. We called ahead to see if we needed reservations for a party of six including our two kids. We were told no reservations were needed. We told them we would be there in about an hour. When we arrived they had the front room set up and waiting for us. My two year old son was asleep when we arrived, so the staff made a bed and pillow on the floor out of tablecloths so we would not have to wake him. It's a must try restaurant, the food was excellent, inexpensive and on our table faster than McDonalds. The service was some of the best we have ever had.

Pros: Great Service, Great Prices, Excellent Food

Cons: None, None, None

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Sivalaya is my favorite restaurant. You can't beet the value and service. The owner Jose has so much energy and is so friendly and funny. The curry's are the best and defiently try the drunken noodles. We will sometimes drive all the way from Oregon City for dinner because we love the place so much.

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★★★★★

Sivalaya is my favorite restaurant. You can't beet the value and service. The owner Jose has so much energy and is so friendly and funny. The curry's are the best and defiently try the drunken noodles. We will sometimes drive all the way from Oregon City for dinner because we love the place so much.

Pros: Inexpensive, Friendly, Yummy

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this place is the place to be for any thai food. its family oriented from aunts to uncles and sons to daughters. where else can u get free soda and thai iced tea or thai iced coffee? and most of the time ull get a free appetizer from baby rolls to salad rolls. this place is the place to take ur family for an exotic taste of thailand!

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★★★★★

this place is the place to be for any thai food. its family oriented from aunts to uncles and sons to daughters. where else can u get free soda and thai iced tea or thai iced coffee? and most of the time ull get a free appetizer from baby rolls to salad rolls. this place is the place to take ur family for an exotic taste of thailand!

Pros: good parking, inexpensive, family restaurant

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having been to thailand, this is the closest authentic dishes sreved anywhere in Portland. Not like many other thai places, they don't try to make it a gourmet meal, which thai food is not. yummy!

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★★★★★

having been to thailand, this is the closest authentic dishes sreved anywhere in Portland. Not like many other thai places, they don't try to make it a gourmet meal, which thai food is not. yummy!

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The best curries in town. Sweet, spicy, soupy, delicious. Their Pad Thai is excellent. Their soups are generous and tasty. The service is fun and attentive while not being overbearing. You'll love the food and the experience, and you won't pay a fortune. Promise!!!

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★★★★★

The best curries in town. Sweet, spicy, soupy, delicious. Their Pad Thai is excellent. Their soups are generous and tasty. The service is fun and attentive while not being overbearing. You'll love the food and the experience, and you won't pay a fortune. Promise!!!

Pros: Inexpensive

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Decided to try the Pad Thai for my first visit and was somewhat disappointed. Sauce was too sweet -- I'm used to some spice and a decent peanut flavor. Friendly owner gave us a number of free samples (thai ice tea, sticky rice w/coconut milk & papaya for dessert).

Will definitely give it another shot.

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★★★★☆

Decided to try the Pad Thai for my first visit and was somewhat disappointed. Sauce was too sweet -- I'm used to some spice and a decent peanut flavor. Friendly owner gave us a number of free samples (thai ice tea, sticky rice w/coconut milk & papaya for dessert).

Will definitely give it another shot.

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Great food, fast service, great value, friendly staff. Very family friendly as well. Our children were treated wonderfully. Interesting Thai art and decoration on the wall.

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★★★★★

Great food, fast service, great value, friendly staff. Very family friendly as well. Our children were treated wonderfully. Interesting Thai art and decoration on the wall.

Pros: Inexpensive, Good Parking, Great Value

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The food is fabulous and very reasonably priced. But what really distinguishes this little taste of Thailand from all the rest is the owner. He calls himself Jose, and is without a doubt one of the nicest, generous, and most joyful human beings you'll ever meet in your life.

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★★★★★

The food is fabulous and very reasonably priced. But what really distinguishes this little taste of Thailand from all the rest is the owner. He calls himself Jose, and is without a doubt one of the nicest, generous, and most joyful human beings you'll ever meet in your life.

Pros: The food, The price, The owner!

Cons: Ambiance

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At Sivalaya, the Thai word for paradise, you will not only come away with a full stomach, but also a more relaxed mind. The owner is very personable and takes care to learn everyones name. The food is extremely good and reasonable in price. Everyone who works at Sivalaya truly seems to enjoy working there which makes for an upbeat meal and pleasant atmosphere. We've brought many friends and family members there and all have become a fan of the place. Even my parents, who said they didn't like Thai food after the previous Thai restaruant experience came back with great enthusiasm on their own the very next day. Go and enjoy a little paradise at the Sivalaya.

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★★★★★

At Sivalaya, the Thai word for paradise, you will not only come away with a full stomach, but also a more relaxed mind. The owner is very personable and takes care to learn everyones name. The food is extremely good and reasonable in price. Everyone who works at Sivalaya truly seems to enjoy working there which makes for an upbeat meal and pleasant atmosphere. We've brought many friends and family members there and all have become a fan of the place. Even my parents, who said they didn't like Thai food after the previous Thai restaruant experience came back with great enthusiasm on their own the very next day. Go and enjoy a little paradise at the Sivalaya.

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Sivalaya is the place I go when I want to feel appreciated as a customer. The owner wants to know your name, he comes out to greet me and remembers my name the next time I come in, even if I haven't been in for a month or longer. If you looked up generosity in the dictionary you would find a picture of Jose there! The entire staff is polite and friendly. One thing -- don't go there if you want a quiet dinner, Sivalaya is not the place for that.

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★★★★★

Sivalaya is the place I go when I want to feel appreciated as a customer. The owner wants to know your name, he comes out to greet me and remembers my name the next time I come in, even if I haven't been in for a month or longer. If you looked up generosity in the dictionary you would find a picture of Jose there! The entire staff is polite and friendly. One thing -- don't go there if you want a quiet dinner, Sivalaya is not the place for that.

Pros: Friendly, Good Value, Great Food

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MMmmmm.... This place is yumilicious!!! The service is fantastic too- our waiter greeted us with a smile and seemed to remember most patrons' names!!! Everything we've tried has been great and is relatively cheap in comparison to other Thai places we've been to. EAT HERE NOW!

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★★★★★

MMmmmm.... This place is yumilicious!!! The service is fantastic too- our waiter greeted us with a smile and seemed to remember most patrons' names!!! Everything we've tried has been great and is relatively cheap in comparison to other Thai places we've been to. EAT HERE NOW!

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This is by far the best thai food that I have ever eaten. My boyfriend and I come here frequently and have never been disappointed. The staff is outstanding and very friendly.

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★★★★★

This is by far the best thai food that I have ever eaten. My boyfriend and I come here frequently and have never been disappointed. The staff is outstanding and very friendly.

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I moved here from kentucky and have been on an adventure with my boyfriend as he " broadens my horizens" other than The Olive Garden The Outback and Redlobster I hadnt much to choose from in my small town, so this has been fun to say the least, Thai has been one I love and we have tried alot ! Silvalaya is really really excellent! I saw bean vermicelli and first my thought was " gross" but I ordered it and he got the Pad Thai. Both were simply decedent. The Pad Thai is sweet and tangy, lots of peanuts. The Pad woon sen, all i can say is go try it. It was so delicious and tender and meaty with mushrooms and the Portions are large. I got the combo appetizer. I suggest the fish cakes. with the cucumber sauce.(another mouth watering thought there) Or get the combo yourself.

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★★★★★

I moved here from kentucky and have been on an adventure with my boyfriend as he " broadens my horizens" other than The Olive Garden The Outback and Redlobster I hadnt much to choose from in my small town, so this has been fun to say the least, Thai has been one I love and we have tried alot ! Silvalaya is really really excellent! I saw bean vermicelli and first my thought was " gross" but I ordered it and he got the Pad Thai. Both were simply decedent. The Pad Thai is sweet and tangy, lots of peanuts. The Pad woon sen, all i can say is go try it. It was so delicious and tender and meaty with mushrooms and the Portions are large. I got the combo appetizer. I suggest the fish cakes. with the cucumber sauce.(another mouth watering thought there) Or get the combo yourself.

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the food was wonderful!!! great prices, fabulous flavors!! but if you don't want the host to know you personally, make up a name, because he'll have it memorized by the time your meal is served. (be prepared to be called, "My Friend!" enthusiastically multiple times.)

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★★★★★

the food was wonderful!!! great prices, fabulous flavors!! but if you don't want the host to know you personally, make up a name, because he'll have it memorized by the time your meal is served. (be prepared to be called, "My Friend!" enthusiastically multiple times.)

Pros: inexpensive, quiet location, quick seating/service

Cons: kinda hard to find

 

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