Jai Thai

★★★★☆
  • 3423 Fremont Ave N

    Seattle, WA 98103

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  • 206-632-7060

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Jai Thai has become my favorite go-to Thai Place in the Fremont area to meet with my friend for a quick lunch. The service is wonderful and the staff is very friendly. Just minutes after we sit down we receive a cup of soup that is

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★★★★★

Jai Thai has become my favorite go-to Thai Place in the Fremont area to meet with my friend for a quick lunch. The service is wonderful and the staff is very friendly. Just minutes after we sit down we receive a cup of soup that is

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Jai Thai's Fremont Ave location and cocktail party atmosphere on a Friday night, make this an excellent place to meet up for drinks and/or dinner before taking in a live show at one of the many music venues in the Fremont area.

I had the Garlic Prawns, which was deliciously combined with carrots, mushrooms, cabbage and broccoli in a divine garlic and pepper sauce.

The only real drawback to this place is that if your party is larger than 6 people, you will have to sit at different tables. Other than that, I highly recommend this restaurant!

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★★★★★

Jai Thai's Fremont Ave location and cocktail party atmosphere on a Friday night, make this an excellent place to meet up for drinks and/or dinner before taking in a live show at one of the many music venues in the Fremont area.

I had the Garlic Prawns, which was deliciously combined with carrots, mushrooms, cabbage and broccoli in a divine garlic and pepper sauce.

The only real drawback to this place is that if your party is larger than 6 people, you will have to sit at different tables. Other than that, I highly recommend this restaurant!

Pros: Awesome Food, Great atmosphere

Cons: Can't really accomodate large groups for dinner

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Disappointed......we ordered several dishes and they were all bland. We ordered our food with 3 stars and it was still incredibly tasteless. If you are a thai food lover and like the rich distinctive flavors normally found in your favorite dishes save your money and try another thai restaurant. The city has lots of good ones. Unfortunately Jai Thai is not one of them!

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★☆☆☆☆

Disappointed......we ordered several dishes and they were all bland. We ordered our food with 3 stars and it was still incredibly tasteless. If you are a thai food lover and like the rich distinctive flavors normally found in your favorite dishes save your money and try another thai restaurant. The city has lots of good ones. Unfortunately Jai Thai is not one of them!

Cons: Parking, service

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Very fun cozy atmosphere! Food is great and wait staff is friendly! the tom yum soup is one of my favorites though the rest of the items on the menu are delicious as well!

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★★★★☆

Very fun cozy atmosphere! Food is great and wait staff is friendly! the tom yum soup is one of my favorites though the rest of the items on the menu are delicious as well!

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Ok, they have undergone changes and I hope reviewers realize we can all have a bad day. Still packed with locals and the new owner who used to be the waiter and is now an accountant is a sweetheart. I asked for a few off the menu items and got them. Food was fast, water was ok and the service was very Asian...........
It is a great place to meet friends and sit comfortably. The food is good, a bit Americanized for the crowd but still tasty and fresh. I go there, I like it and have never had a bad meal. I love their currys and I know that they will readjust to taste-I brought someone who doesn't know Thai style and wanted their curry different. It was cheerfully adjusted and everyone left happy.
This is a happy place, big and airy and maybe could use a tweak here or there but generally it is warm and inviting, portions are generous-the lunch combos are great. The location could not be more perfect-in the heart of the heart of Fremont.

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★★★★★

Ok, they have undergone changes and I hope reviewers realize we can all have a bad day. Still packed with locals and the new owner who used to be the waiter and is now an accountant is a sweetheart. I asked for a few off the menu items and got them. Food was fast, water was ok and the service was very Asian...........
It is a great place to meet friends and sit comfortably. The food is good, a bit Americanized for the crowd but still tasty and fresh. I go there, I like it and have never had a bad meal. I love their currys and I know that they will readjust to taste-I brought someone who doesn't know Thai style and wanted their curry different. It was cheerfully adjusted and everyone left happy.
This is a happy place, big and airy and maybe could use a tweak here or there but generally it is warm and inviting, portions are generous-the lunch combos are great. The location could not be more perfect-in the heart of the heart of Fremont.

Pros: Warm invitiing space to meet with friends and easily accomodate large groups

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The uncooked potatoes in the veggie curry dish was bad enough, but to extract a hair from a spoonful I was chewing is more than I can handle. At least they didn't make me pay, but I'll never go back. P.S. - Aren't cooks supposed to wear hair nets? Theirs weren't.

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★☆☆☆☆

The uncooked potatoes in the veggie curry dish was bad enough, but to extract a hair from a spoonful I was chewing is more than I can handle. At least they didn't make me pay, but I'll never go back. P.S. - Aren't cooks supposed to wear hair nets? Theirs weren't.

Pros: Prices

Cons: Strand of hair in food

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I have loved Jai Thai for years, as I used to live in Fremont. However as the restaurant has expanded into other neighborhoods like Belltown, Capitol Hill, Northgate, etc., I have discovered that their customer service has become much less friendly -- down-right impersonal at the Capitol Hill location. But, still great food -- just get "to go" so you don't have to deal with the employees.

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★★★★☆

I have loved Jai Thai for years, as I used to live in Fremont. However as the restaurant has expanded into other neighborhoods like Belltown, Capitol Hill, Northgate, etc., I have discovered that their customer service has become much less friendly -- down-right impersonal at the Capitol Hill location. But, still great food -- just get "to go" so you don't have to deal with the employees.

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I'm asian, I've had thai food in New York, San Fran, Seattle, LA, Vancouver and I love thai food. I'll try to keep this review as informative as possible.

The restaurant takes red chili pepper flakes that you put on pizza (think the little red pepper packs you get at costco) and puts it on your dish depending on the # of stars you order. So why ask how hot you want it if you aren't going to cook it any spicier? Just leave the pepper flakes on the table for me to sprinkle on.

The pad see eew was soggy (wok not hot enough syndrome), lacking the delicious browning you get when the noodles are cooked right. Because it was so soggy, the eggs also turned into a soggy used coffee grind texture instead of the chunks of eggs that are fried with the pad see ew flavors.

Our massaman curry had a total of 3 small pieces of beef. Maybe I'm being too picky about the above observations, but you have to at least serve enough food right???!!! My girlfriend's excuse for the lack of quantity was that I shouldn't eat so much anyway. But being a devotee to pad see ew, she too was highly disappointed.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm asian, I've had thai food in New York, San Fran, Seattle, LA, Vancouver and I love thai food. I'll try to keep this review as informative as possible.

The restaurant takes red chili pepper flakes that you put on pizza (think the little red pepper packs you get at costco) and puts it on your dish depending on the # of stars you order. So why ask how hot you want it if you aren't going to cook it any spicier? Just leave the pepper flakes on the table for me to sprinkle on.

The pad see eew was soggy (wok not hot enough syndrome), lacking the delicious browning you get when the noodles are cooked right. Because it was so soggy, the eggs also turned into a soggy used coffee grind texture instead of the chunks of eggs that are fried with the pad see ew flavors.

Our massaman curry had a total of 3 small pieces of beef. Maybe I'm being too picky about the above observations, but you have to at least serve enough food right???!!! My girlfriend's excuse for the lack of quantity was that I shouldn't eat so much anyway. But being a devotee to pad see ew, she too was highly disappointed.

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The 4 of us at dinner received sub-par service throughout our meal from our waiter in the following ways; we did not receive all the rice we ordered, we had to flag down some other waiter to receive more water after waiting for our waiter to come back & check with us on how the food was, (my food was much spicier than what I ordered). When it came time to pay the bill, my friend filled out the credit card slip for the tip (at almost 15%). The waiter came back to pick it up and immediately scrutinized the amount of tip we left him. He said that we didn't even tip him 20% and that we should fix it. He gave us back the ticket and basically told us to give him more money. My friend then justified the amount we gave him and that this was extremely rude to question how much we wanted to GIFT him in tip. THEN he goes to get a calculator to argue what 20% of our bill would have been. Can you believe this????? We're all adults, not 13-year olds who don't know how to tip. He verbally accosted us and said that if we said the service was fine, we should have tipped more. In essence, he felt that we had betrayed him or something for making him think that he'd receive a bigger tip when we felt he shouldn't have. The moral of this story is; don't go to Jai Thai. The food did not outshine the HORRENDOUSLY BAD SERVICE offered by this waiter. We should have taken the entire tip off the bill because he surely did not deserve a cent after this episode. Don't go to Jai Thai in Fremont if you don't want to get called out on your tipping practices. I will tell everyone I know never to go to that place again.

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★☆☆☆☆

The 4 of us at dinner received sub-par service throughout our meal from our waiter in the following ways; we did not receive all the rice we ordered, we had to flag down some other waiter to receive more water after waiting for our waiter to come back & check with us on how the food was, (my food was much spicier than what I ordered). When it came time to pay the bill, my friend filled out the credit card slip for the tip (at almost 15%). The waiter came back to pick it up and immediately scrutinized the amount of tip we left him. He said that we didn't even tip him 20% and that we should fix it. He gave us back the ticket and basically told us to give him more money. My friend then justified the amount we gave him and that this was extremely rude to question how much we wanted to GIFT him in tip. THEN he goes to get a calculator to argue what 20% of our bill would have been. Can you believe this????? We're all adults, not 13-year olds who don't know how to tip. He verbally accosted us and said that if we said the service was fine, we should have tipped more. In essence, he felt that we had betrayed him or something for making him think that he'd receive a bigger tip when we felt he shouldn't have. The moral of this story is; don't go to Jai Thai. The food did not outshine the HORRENDOUSLY BAD SERVICE offered by this waiter. We should have taken the entire tip off the bill because he surely did not deserve a cent after this episode. Don't go to Jai Thai in Fremont if you don't want to get called out on your tipping practices. I will tell everyone I know never to go to that place again.

Cons: SERVICE WAS ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE

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Their curry fried rice is to die for, enough for me to overlook their faults. if they made it with brown rice, I would eat there even more often. I also order the yellow chicken curry soup and brown rice to go with it as a substitute for white. The chicken seems rather processed, lean and dry. More of a texture addition, and not the star of the dish. Usually the sauces make up for mediocre meat. Just don't order the chicken on a bed of spinach with peanut sauce on top. The peanut sauce seems like it came from a grocery store jar, too thick. They don't usually bring us all of the drinks we order, but we'll be back anyway. Must have Yellow Chicken Curry!

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★★★★★

Their curry fried rice is to die for, enough for me to overlook their faults. if they made it with brown rice, I would eat there even more often. I also order the yellow chicken curry soup and brown rice to go with it as a substitute for white. The chicken seems rather processed, lean and dry. More of a texture addition, and not the star of the dish. Usually the sauces make up for mediocre meat. Just don't order the chicken on a bed of spinach with peanut sauce on top. The peanut sauce seems like it came from a grocery store jar, too thick. They don't usually bring us all of the drinks we order, but we'll be back anyway. Must have Yellow Chicken Curry!

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We got the late night hunger pangs while drinking at another Fremont establishment and walked down to Jai Thai. Our waiter, Chai, greeted us and seated us right away. He was very friendly and I loved his nature, God knows I wouldn't be able to deal with the late night drunken patrons. If you go, ask for Chai! :)

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★★★★★

We got the late night hunger pangs while drinking at another Fremont establishment and walked down to Jai Thai. Our waiter, Chai, greeted us and seated us right away. He was very friendly and I loved his nature, God knows I wouldn't be able to deal with the late night drunken patrons. If you go, ask for Chai! :)

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I went to Jai Thai today with some girls from work and we were very pleased with the quick service and great meal. We were seated promptly and after ordering our food came out in less than 10 minutes. The food was wonderful. The only down side is that you cannot have them split the check.

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★★★★☆

I went to Jai Thai today with some girls from work and we were very pleased with the quick service and great meal. We were seated promptly and after ordering our food came out in less than 10 minutes. The food was wonderful. The only down side is that you cannot have them split the check.

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Fremont has more Thai restaurants per/square mile than anywhere else in the city. However, for my money, Jai Thai is the best. The prices are reasonable, they have a good handle on the spicy/not spicy factor and the dim-light cozy seating is comforting on even the rainiest of Seattle days. Every appetizer on the menu is good and their bar selection is immense. The wait staff is busy but not too busy to smile or seat you, and it was not reflected by slow service. They even treated my 5-year old with the respect he is often refused by other Seattle restaurants.

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★★★★★

Fremont has more Thai restaurants per/square mile than anywhere else in the city. However, for my money, Jai Thai is the best. The prices are reasonable, they have a good handle on the spicy/not spicy factor and the dim-light cozy seating is comforting on even the rainiest of Seattle days. Every appetizer on the menu is good and their bar selection is immense. The wait staff is busy but not too busy to smile or seat you, and it was not reflected by slow service. They even treated my 5-year old with the respect he is often refused by other Seattle restaurants.

Pros: food, service, bar

Cons: parking

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Thai restaurants are a dime a dozen and I've been to a lot of them but this Jai Thai in Fremont had the most incredible pad thai, yellow curry chicken and Thai fried rice. I took my very-picky-about-Asian-food parents there and they were blown away. Can't put my finger on it but the taste of each dish just had something special that sets this restaurant apart. And the prices were very reasonable too. My only complaint is the dark and rather scary bathroom.

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★★★★☆

Thai restaurants are a dime a dozen and I've been to a lot of them but this Jai Thai in Fremont had the most incredible pad thai, yellow curry chicken and Thai fried rice. I took my very-picky-about-Asian-food parents there and they were blown away. Can't put my finger on it but the taste of each dish just had something special that sets this restaurant apart. And the prices were very reasonable too. My only complaint is the dark and rather scary bathroom.

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A few friends and I go to the Fremont Jai Thai at least once a week. For a few months, the service was pretty bad, but it has gotten much better over the last month - there are quite a few new faces there.

Even through the bad service, we kept going for the great food. By far the best Phad Thai I've had, and a great yellow curry. Now that the service has improved, we're even happier!

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★★★★★

A few friends and I go to the Fremont Jai Thai at least once a week. For a few months, the service was pretty bad, but it has gotten much better over the last month - there are quite a few new faces there.

Even through the bad service, we kept going for the great food. By far the best Phad Thai I've had, and a great yellow curry. Now that the service has improved, we're even happier!

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The food was amazing...and the drinks are just as good! In all the times I have been there it has been busy, but in a home-y way, not too loud and still comfortable. I have never had a bad dish, the cooking is great

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★★★★★

The food was amazing...and the drinks are just as good! In all the times I have been there it has been busy, but in a home-y way, not too loud and still comfortable. I have never had a bad dish, the cooking is great

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I always can get delicious food like my Thai friend used to cook for me and my friends
when I was in Thai with good price at Jai Thai. And staff are very friendly. I always enjoy Thai language sound as well.

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★★★★★

I always can get delicious food like my Thai friend used to cook for me and my friends
when I was in Thai with good price at Jai Thai. And staff are very friendly. I always enjoy Thai language sound as well.

Pros: Delicous food , Inexpensive

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Just happen to be in the area. Use to read about bad comment, try it anyway. It was very busy on Friday night. Food was excellent, good and on time. The service is fine, no complaint at all.

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★★★★★

Just happen to be in the area. Use to read about bad comment, try it anyway. It was very busy on Friday night. Food was excellent, good and on time. The service is fine, no complaint at all.

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They will *not* respect vegetarian or allergy restrictions. Our office recently ordered takeout and checked the orders before leaving because something had always been wrong in the past. They had made a tofu dish with chicken instead and when it was sent back kept us waiting long enough to make us think it was remade. Unfortunately the vegetarian was half way through before she found some pieces of chicken they hadn't picked out at the bottom. When we returned later that day for a refund for that meal, it was refused but credit for three lunches was offered instead - without an apology. The obvious message was that cash in hand was more important to them than their customer. They lost the business of our entire office as a result. There are too many other Thai restaurants - in Fremont alone - to make us settle for such bad service.

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★☆☆☆☆

They will *not* respect vegetarian or allergy restrictions. Our office recently ordered takeout and checked the orders before leaving because something had always been wrong in the past. They had made a tofu dish with chicken instead and when it was sent back kept us waiting long enough to make us think it was remade. Unfortunately the vegetarian was half way through before she found some pieces of chicken they hadn't picked out at the bottom. When we returned later that day for a refund for that meal, it was refused but credit for three lunches was offered instead - without an apology. The obvious message was that cash in hand was more important to them than their customer. They lost the business of our entire office as a result. There are too many other Thai restaurants - in Fremont alone - to make us settle for such bad service.

Cons: BAD customer service.

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I eat a lot of Thai food. I've even eaten here twice in the past two weeks. The first time was a lunch with about 5 people. Everyones food came at different times, and was incorrect on two occasions. It is a good value, but it is not very good for Thai food. It's Thai food is what Taco Bell is to Mexican food. There is a much better place across the street, but I can't remember the name.

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★★☆☆☆

I eat a lot of Thai food. I've even eaten here twice in the past two weeks. The first time was a lunch with about 5 people. Everyones food came at different times, and was incorrect on two occasions. It is a good value, but it is not very good for Thai food. It's Thai food is what Taco Bell is to Mexican food. There is a much better place across the street, but I can't remember the name.

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When I went to Jai Thai on 10/15/05, the service was horrible. First, it took a long time before we were acknowledged by our waitress. When she finally brought our drinks, she didn't actually `serve` them --she hastily put them down on the edge of the table and was gone, with no eye contact at all. (And the drink closest to me was my companion's, & vice versa!) Later, the hostess asked how everything was. I told her the service was not good -- mostly, that the waitress wasn't very friendly. When I sat back down, the waitress came over to our table and, literally, confronted me about my complaint --I couldn't believe it! It was extremely unprofessional! I left with the feeling that I would never want to go back, which is too bad because the food has always been good...

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★☆☆☆☆

When I went to Jai Thai on 10/15/05, the service was horrible. First, it took a long time before we were acknowledged by our waitress. When she finally brought our drinks, she didn't actually `serve` them --she hastily put them down on the edge of the table and was gone, with no eye contact at all. (And the drink closest to me was my companion's, & vice versa!) Later, the hostess asked how everything was. I told her the service was not good -- mostly, that the waitress wasn't very friendly. When I sat back down, the waitress came over to our table and, literally, confronted me about my complaint --I couldn't believe it! It was extremely unprofessional! I left with the feeling that I would never want to go back, which is too bad because the food has always been good...

Pros: good food

Cons: bad service

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Our dining experience was horrible due to extremely poor service. We weren't seated promptly, my boyfriend had to wait for chopsticks for 10 mins. after we received our food, I never received the Thai Iced tea I ordered, and we had to wait 10 mins. for our check. The topper to our bad night was when the hostess followed us after we left a 50 cent tip to ask us if the service was okay. We told her all the reasons why we didn't tip our server and she told us that the tips were for all of them and that she didn't charge us for the extra rice we ordered. So, I paid her the extra dollar for the damn rice. DO NOT EVER EAT HERE!!! The servers expect to receive a good tip even if they don't do their job. And if you don't tip them, they COMPLAIN!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Our dining experience was horrible due to extremely poor service. We weren't seated promptly, my boyfriend had to wait for chopsticks for 10 mins. after we received our food, I never received the Thai Iced tea I ordered, and we had to wait 10 mins. for our check. The topper to our bad night was when the hostess followed us after we left a 50 cent tip to ask us if the service was okay. We told her all the reasons why we didn't tip our server and she told us that the tips were for all of them and that she didn't charge us for the extra rice we ordered. So, I paid her the extra dollar for the damn rice. DO NOT EVER EAT HERE!!! The servers expect to receive a good tip even if they don't do their job. And if you don't tip them, they COMPLAIN!!!!

Cons: Bad Service, Crowded, Elitist Staff

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No matter what the political climate is surrounding Jai Thai, the staff is steady and sexy, you get a lot bang for your buck, Jai Thai has the best volume flow of any Thai eatery in Seattle. If you are four star snob stay a away, event though the food is execellent. Where else can you get Phad Thai at 1:00 in the morning. It is rumored that Jai Thai took some some serious blows delbt by some vindictives. I will never quit loving Dook and her staff

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★★★★★

No matter what the political climate is surrounding Jai Thai, the staff is steady and sexy, you get a lot bang for your buck, Jai Thai has the best volume flow of any Thai eatery in Seattle. If you are four star snob stay a away, event though the food is execellent. Where else can you get Phad Thai at 1:00 in the morning. It is rumored that Jai Thai took some some serious blows delbt by some vindictives. I will never quit loving Dook and her staff

Pros: Go during the week da

Cons: weekends is standing

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we've been eating there pretty much weekly, but since the expansion, we came back three times just to give them the benefit of the doubt, but afraid theyve lost us. Well miss their trout dish.

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★★☆☆☆

we've been eating there pretty much weekly, but since the expansion, we came back three times just to give them the benefit of the doubt, but afraid theyve lost us. Well miss their trout dish.

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Maybe they are going for authentic Thai in that it is utter Chaos there. We were never sure who our waitress was, our meals came out at all different times and our drinks took forever. When the drinks did arrive they were wrong and we even saw the waitress walking around with our bottle of wine for abt 10 min before it actually made it to our table. Then had to wait 10 more minutes for chopsticks. The food was just O.K. considering the horrible service. A group of 20 came in after us... I feared for them.

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★★☆☆☆

Maybe they are going for authentic Thai in that it is utter Chaos there. We were never sure who our waitress was, our meals came out at all different times and our drinks took forever. When the drinks did arrive they were wrong and we even saw the waitress walking around with our bottle of wine for abt 10 min before it actually made it to our table. Then had to wait 10 more minutes for chopsticks. The food was just O.K. considering the horrible service. A group of 20 came in after us... I feared for them.

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the place was so dark I had trouble reading the menu. All the food I ordered taste the same and it was overpriced.

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★☆☆☆☆

the place was so dark I had trouble reading the menu. All the food I ordered taste the same and it was overpriced.

Cons: parking

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The service can sometimes be slow and inattentive, but the food more than makes up for and keeps me coming back.

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★★★★☆

The service can sometimes be slow and inattentive, but the food more than makes up for and keeps me coming back.

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Jai Thai still is the best Thai food in Fremont. I was worried when they grew the restaurant in size, but they have remained true to what makes them great...awesome food.

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★★★★★

Jai Thai still is the best Thai food in Fremont. I was worried when they grew the restaurant in size, but they have remained true to what makes them great...awesome food.

Pros: Hot food is hot!, Speed of service

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The titles says it all. Eat there at least once a week and have never had a bad meal. Try there new Angel Wings.

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★★★★★

The titles says it all. Eat there at least once a week and have never had a bad meal. Try there new Angel Wings.

Pros: Location, Food, Service

Cons: NONE

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After travelling to Thailand in the 90's, I fell in love with "real" Thai food. Since then, my wife and I have been on the search for the perfect, "authentic Thai "Tom Yum Goong (Shrimp Tom Yum Soup) in Seattle, but unfortunately still haven't found it. All of the dishes we had were Americanized with sugar. Jai Thai had great service, average ambience, and great food, but if you're looking for Thai food that tastes like it just came out of Phuket, this is not the place.

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★★★★☆

After travelling to Thailand in the 90's, I fell in love with "real" Thai food. Since then, my wife and I have been on the search for the perfect, "authentic Thai "Tom Yum Goong (Shrimp Tom Yum Soup) in Seattle, but unfortunately still haven't found it. All of the dishes we had were Americanized with sugar. Jai Thai had great service, average ambience, and great food, but if you're looking for Thai food that tastes like it just came out of Phuket, this is not the place.

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We recently ate at Jai Thai as my brother and sister-in-law say it's the best Thai they've ever had. I would agree that it was wonderful! The only thing I disliked about the restaurant was that it was very stuffy, not much room. I heard that they were going to expand though, and they may have already. Overall, it was a great place to eat and a nice location in Fremont. I would definitely go back.

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★★★★★

We recently ate at Jai Thai as my brother and sister-in-law say it's the best Thai they've ever had. I would agree that it was wonderful! The only thing I disliked about the restaurant was that it was very stuffy, not much room. I heard that they were going to expand though, and they may have already. Overall, it was a great place to eat and a nice location in Fremont. I would definitely go back.

Pros: authentic dishes, attentive service, great prices

Cons: small restaurant, noisy

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We once went to Jai Thai 3 times in one week - our office is on Westlake, and we go as often as possible. Really great food, quick service, super nice staff. We're going to have to start heading there *after* work as well now that the bar's open. Definitely recommended.

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★★★★★

We once went to Jai Thai 3 times in one week - our office is on Westlake, and we go as often as possible. Really great food, quick service, super nice staff. We're going to have to start heading there *after* work as well now that the bar's open. Definitely recommended.

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SOOOOO GOOOD!! We go here once a week, and with the new bar, we may go more. People are great, really friendlt, food is priced very well and tastes incredible. Faste service, easy take-out. Can't compare to others in Seattle, and the Northgate location is just as good. A must for Thai

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★★★★★

SOOOOO GOOOD!! We go here once a week, and with the new bar, we may go more. People are great, really friendlt, food is priced very well and tastes incredible. Faste service, easy take-out. Can't compare to others in Seattle, and the Northgate location is just as good. A must for Thai

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Go to Jai Thai in Fremont and order the dish called Drunken Noodles. You will not be served noodles smothered in alcohol, but you are in for a great treak. Wide egg noodles smothered in a fabulous sauce with veggies and your choice of meat. These are the best and are even better the next day!

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★★★★★

Go to Jai Thai in Fremont and order the dish called Drunken Noodles. You will not be served noodles smothered in alcohol, but you are in for a great treak. Wide egg noodles smothered in a fabulous sauce with veggies and your choice of meat. These are the best and are even better the next day!

Pros: Cheap, Delicious, Convenient

Cons: Crowded at times

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There is not a bad dish on the menu. The food is very cheap. Food comes right off the stove, ready or not.

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★★★★★

There is not a bad dish on the menu. The food is very cheap. Food comes right off the stove, ready or not.

 

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