Tup Tim Thai

★★★★☆
  • 118 W Mercer St

    Seattle, WA 98119

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  • 206-281-8833

About Tup Tim Thai

Hours
11:30a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday, 5-10p.m. Monday-Saturday

Food

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My wife and I love Thai food and there are many good Thai restaurants we have visited over the years. Our favorite by far is Tup Tim Thai. We keep going back because it is sooooo good!

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★★★★★

My wife and I love Thai food and there are many good Thai restaurants we have visited over the years. Our favorite by far is Tup Tim Thai. We keep going back because it is sooooo good!

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The last time I ate here the chicken was rubbery/fatty and that didn't make my evening. A friend of mine also mentioned that they noticed that they store their peanuts outside, which can't be good. A ton of awards but not so good.

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★★☆☆☆

The last time I ate here the chicken was rubbery/fatty and that didn't make my evening. A friend of mine also mentioned that they noticed that they store their peanuts outside, which can't be good. A ton of awards but not so good.

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I've been going to Tup Tim Thai for several years and have compared it to similar Thai restaurants on Queen Anne. Tup Tim always tastes fresh- you don't get that heavy feeling after a meal there. The spice scale is right on point and definitely make sure to have Garlic Chicken and the red curry. Perfect for take out too!

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★★★★☆

I've been going to Tup Tim Thai for several years and have compared it to similar Thai restaurants on Queen Anne. Tup Tim always tastes fresh- you don't get that heavy feeling after a meal there. The spice scale is right on point and definitely make sure to have Garlic Chicken and the red curry. Perfect for take out too!

Pros: Garlic Chicken, service

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We had Pad Thai. I can't speak for the rest of their offerings, but if you can't make an American-Thai basic like Pad Thai, get out of the business.

Why was it bad? Because it tasted like the sauce was made from ketchup and sugar. Lots of sugar. Read the reviews before mine. If you have to order your food with less sugar, they can't make it properly!!!! I am paying you to know how to cook so I don't have to! My prawns tasted like the freezer. (Like when you find an old Popsicle in the back of the freezer and decide to try it and it tastes like purple dry-ice.) My wife had the veggie Pad Thai and said that they tasted very dry and old.

I was also a bit annoyed by the waitress and owner. When we ordered we declined any drinks. She asked again, "You want beer?" I told her, "no thank you". She went over to the owner and they spoke, he looked over at us. A few minuites later he came over to me to ask if we were ok. "Yes", I told him. "You want beer?" says he. "No, thank you." I replied.
It's very hot today, maybe you want beer?" "No thanks, no beer today." I again replied. "You want O'douls?" (Aaagh, Odouls...really?!) "No thanks".
I love beer, but I'll be damned if I will be bullied into buying one so you can get your sales numbers up.

After slapping the food down, we never saw our server again and when we paid and left, no one said a word to us.

Go to Wild Ginger for your Pad Thai. Much nicer place and service and I think they are even cheaper.

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★☆☆☆☆

We had Pad Thai. I can't speak for the rest of their offerings, but if you can't make an American-Thai basic like Pad Thai, get out of the business.

Why was it bad? Because it tasted like the sauce was made from ketchup and sugar. Lots of sugar. Read the reviews before mine. If you have to order your food with less sugar, they can't make it properly!!!! I am paying you to know how to cook so I don't have to! My prawns tasted like the freezer. (Like when you find an old Popsicle in the back of the freezer and decide to try it and it tastes like purple dry-ice.) My wife had the veggie Pad Thai and said that they tasted very dry and old.

I was also a bit annoyed by the waitress and owner. When we ordered we declined any drinks. She asked again, "You want beer?" I told her, "no thank you". She went over to the owner and they spoke, he looked over at us. A few minuites later he came over to me to ask if we were ok. "Yes", I told him. "You want beer?" says he. "No, thank you." I replied.
It's very hot today, maybe you want beer?" "No thanks, no beer today." I again replied. "You want O'douls?" (Aaagh, Odouls...really?!) "No thanks".
I love beer, but I'll be damned if I will be bullied into buying one so you can get your sales numbers up.

After slapping the food down, we never saw our server again and when we paid and left, no one said a word to us.

Go to Wild Ginger for your Pad Thai. Much nicer place and service and I think they are even cheaper.

Pros: Sorry, I got nothing.

Cons: Um, the food?

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I love this Thai place. They are always consistent and reasonably priced. The hosts and servers are always very friends and make you feel very welcome.

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★★★★★

I love this Thai place. They are always consistent and reasonably priced. The hosts and servers are always very friends and make you feel very welcome.

Pros: Price, Friendly Staff, Great Food

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I've been to a bunch of Thai places in Seattle and I would suggest this one because the food is yummy and the staff is amazing. Everytime I go there I'm greeted right away and all my needs are met after I'm seated. It is a smaller place, making it feel more cozy than others but this has never been a huge factor for me.
The Phad Thai is the best I've had so far, its actually spicy! It also come with a well textured soup, sticky rice, and a small salad mix. I would recommend this dish if you enjoy a lot of spice to your food. (but you can get it at any heat level so don't be alarmed) In all I would suggest hiting this place up for a quick lunch if your in the Queen Anne area.

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★★★★★

I've been to a bunch of Thai places in Seattle and I would suggest this one because the food is yummy and the staff is amazing. Everytime I go there I'm greeted right away and all my needs are met after I'm seated. It is a smaller place, making it feel more cozy than others but this has never been a huge factor for me.
The Phad Thai is the best I've had so far, its actually spicy! It also come with a well textured soup, sticky rice, and a small salad mix. I would recommend this dish if you enjoy a lot of spice to your food. (but you can get it at any heat level so don't be alarmed) In all I would suggest hiting this place up for a quick lunch if your in the Queen Anne area.

Pros: Service, Food, Service time

Cons: Parking

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Whether the owners admit it or not, they have a sugar problem. I have observed that it varies from night to night, which makes me think it depends on who is in the kitchen. Since the food is at times quite good, I have not stopped eating there, but I always specify "Don't add sugar to my food beyond the minimum amount needed for authentic Thai flavor." When I spot the manager, I state my request to him personally in the (apparently vain) hope of influencing the behavior of the kitchen personnel in the long run. In the short run, MY food is almost never too sweet. Their eggplant with roasted chili paste is delicious when not ruined by excess sugar. Their "royal curry," (yellow curry chicken) is only slightly too sweet, and is of the potato style without pineapple. A real gem is their red curry salmon, truly delicious in its own right, and one of the few salmon preparations available in any Thai restaurant I've ever been in.

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★★★☆☆

Whether the owners admit it or not, they have a sugar problem. I have observed that it varies from night to night, which makes me think it depends on who is in the kitchen. Since the food is at times quite good, I have not stopped eating there, but I always specify "Don't add sugar to my food beyond the minimum amount needed for authentic Thai flavor." When I spot the manager, I state my request to him personally in the (apparently vain) hope of influencing the behavior of the kitchen personnel in the long run. In the short run, MY food is almost never too sweet. Their eggplant with roasted chili paste is delicious when not ruined by excess sugar. Their "royal curry," (yellow curry chicken) is only slightly too sweet, and is of the potato style without pineapple. A real gem is their red curry salmon, truly delicious in its own right, and one of the few salmon preparations available in any Thai restaurant I've ever been in.

Pros: location, friendly staff, many wine selections (some apt), salmon on menu

Cons: the food is too sweet and they don't seem to care. Maybe Americans want candy food now, in which case we deserve what we get.

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I first ate at this restaurant in 2001 and it was the best Thai food in town -- it's questionable these days. Each time I go there, the more disappointed I feel. I just started eating there again after a couple years away and it certainly is not the same quality of food anymore. The Phad Kee Mao is sickeningly sweet -- not the natural sweetness of the sauce, but more like they poured a pound of sugar into it. Fried rice is now bland and tasteless -- kind of like random leftovers thrown into a wok. I miss the authentic, tasty Thai standards Tup had started wtih. Over the years it has become very Americanized -- so try it if you like Chinese food from Safeway. This is the Thai version.

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★★☆☆☆

I first ate at this restaurant in 2001 and it was the best Thai food in town -- it's questionable these days. Each time I go there, the more disappointed I feel. I just started eating there again after a couple years away and it certainly is not the same quality of food anymore. The Phad Kee Mao is sickeningly sweet -- not the natural sweetness of the sauce, but more like they poured a pound of sugar into it. Fried rice is now bland and tasteless -- kind of like random leftovers thrown into a wok. I miss the authentic, tasty Thai standards Tup had started wtih. Over the years it has become very Americanized -- so try it if you like Chinese food from Safeway. This is the Thai version.

Pros: Cheap, big portions, fast

Cons: Inconsistent quality, taste

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Being only a block away from where I live, Tup Tim Thai is the greatest for take out. The Pad Thai is amazing, and they are always willing to add extra veggies. They also have these mini egg rolls that are very tasty and quite addicting.
The service here is great, they can pretty much recognize the sound of your voice when you call, having your order ready in 5 minutes!

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★★★★☆

Being only a block away from where I live, Tup Tim Thai is the greatest for take out. The Pad Thai is amazing, and they are always willing to add extra veggies. They also have these mini egg rolls that are very tasty and quite addicting.
The service here is great, they can pretty much recognize the sound of your voice when you call, having your order ready in 5 minutes!

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My boyfriend and I checked this place out. Parking was pretty easy, service was prompt, the soups were delicious, but we were disappointed in everything else.

First of all, the mee krob was horrible. There was almost nothing to it besides noodles. Very skimpy on meat, bean sprouts, onions, etc, and there was almost no citrus to balance out the sweetness that got cloying after one or two bites. Next, either the kitchen or the server mixed up the requested spice levels for our dishes. I like my food a great deal spicier than he does, so he was very disappointed when his Massaman came out 4 stars instead of the two stars he ordered, especially since my dish was disgustingly sweet. It was supposed to have a "hint" of peanut sauce, instead it was drowned in it -- you couldn't even taste the pork there was so much sauce. I ate two bites and left the rest. It was seriously bad! This restaurant is evidently not capable of balancing flavors in anything except their soups, it was the best tom kha gai I've had in Seattle, although since I've only been here three months, that might not be saying too much.

If not for the soups, they would have gotten two stars.

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★★★☆☆

My boyfriend and I checked this place out. Parking was pretty easy, service was prompt, the soups were delicious, but we were disappointed in everything else.

First of all, the mee krob was horrible. There was almost nothing to it besides noodles. Very skimpy on meat, bean sprouts, onions, etc, and there was almost no citrus to balance out the sweetness that got cloying after one or two bites. Next, either the kitchen or the server mixed up the requested spice levels for our dishes. I like my food a great deal spicier than he does, so he was very disappointed when his Massaman came out 4 stars instead of the two stars he ordered, especially since my dish was disgustingly sweet. It was supposed to have a "hint" of peanut sauce, instead it was drowned in it -- you couldn't even taste the pork there was so much sauce. I ate two bites and left the rest. It was seriously bad! This restaurant is evidently not capable of balancing flavors in anything except their soups, it was the best tom kha gai I've had in Seattle, although since I've only been here three months, that might not be saying too much.

If not for the soups, they would have gotten two stars.

Pros: easy parking, good soups

Cons: seriously bad food

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This is my fist review on this site. I will start by saying that I have a tooth for thai food. I love it. I eat Thai whenever I can. I was born and raised in Seattle and I think that Tup Tim Thai has the best Phad Se Ew ever and the Tom Ka Gai ain't bad either. In fact, it is delicious. I have eaten at Tup Tim too many times to count and I can't think of a time when I didn't enjoy myself absolutely. I should also mention that Tup Tim Thai is a friendly place. They are personal there. The servers are great. What more can I say. Obviously I love it. I would insist that everyone try it at least once. There it is. I hope this is helpful for anyone using this site.

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★★★★★

This is my fist review on this site. I will start by saying that I have a tooth for thai food. I love it. I eat Thai whenever I can. I was born and raised in Seattle and I think that Tup Tim Thai has the best Phad Se Ew ever and the Tom Ka Gai ain't bad either. In fact, it is delicious. I have eaten at Tup Tim too many times to count and I can't think of a time when I didn't enjoy myself absolutely. I should also mention that Tup Tim Thai is a friendly place. They are personal there. The servers are great. What more can I say. Obviously I love it. I would insist that everyone try it at least once. There it is. I hope this is helpful for anyone using this site.

Pros: the food is good.

Cons: They are closed on sundays!

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This is one of a very few Thai restaurant in greater Seattele area who serves Meekrob and Angel Wing Chicken. Both are great appetizer dishes that I always order when I go to Thai restaurant in other cities like L.A., San Francisco and New York, but are hard to find arounf here. Serveice is usually attentive and friendly. Pad Thai is very wet and noodles are slightly over cookednot, not so recommended. Does anyone understand the concept of al- dente in Thai restaurants?

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★★★☆☆

This is one of a very few Thai restaurant in greater Seattele area who serves Meekrob and Angel Wing Chicken. Both are great appetizer dishes that I always order when I go to Thai restaurant in other cities like L.A., San Francisco and New York, but are hard to find arounf here. Serveice is usually attentive and friendly. Pad Thai is very wet and noodles are slightly over cookednot, not so recommended. Does anyone understand the concept of al- dente in Thai restaurants?

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When I walked in to get take out, the place was pretty full and the staff seemed a bit rushed. I walked up to the counter and just as I opened my mouth to say that I was going to order some food to go and ask for a menu, the person at the counter asked me to wait a second and disappeared. He could have been a little friendlier when he reappeared, but at least he got my order right. The food was not as exciting as Racha but definitely better than Thai Heaven - overall, good, solid Thai food. The portions were more than adequate. After sharing an appetizer of spring rolls, I was able to eat only half of my entree of vegetables and tofu with peanut sauce. The other half, with leftover rice, was enough for lunch the next day. The peanut sauce was quite good, by the way! I will most likely try them again, either for take out or for dine-in. The food was a good value, and, combined with the restaurant's extreme proximity to my apartment, this made up for what this place lacks in service.

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★★★★☆

When I walked in to get take out, the place was pretty full and the staff seemed a bit rushed. I walked up to the counter and just as I opened my mouth to say that I was going to order some food to go and ask for a menu, the person at the counter asked me to wait a second and disappeared. He could have been a little friendlier when he reappeared, but at least he got my order right. The food was not as exciting as Racha but definitely better than Thai Heaven - overall, good, solid Thai food. The portions were more than adequate. After sharing an appetizer of spring rolls, I was able to eat only half of my entree of vegetables and tofu with peanut sauce. The other half, with leftover rice, was enough for lunch the next day. The peanut sauce was quite good, by the way! I will most likely try them again, either for take out or for dine-in. The food was a good value, and, combined with the restaurant's extreme proximity to my apartment, this made up for what this place lacks in service.

Pros: good food

Cons: not the best takeout service experience

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My sister-in-law and I recently ate dinner at Tup Tim Thai, and I was very pleased with the experience. It was my first time trying "pad see ew," which I thought was delicious. I wrapped up half of the entree to as the portion size was generous, and enjoyed it the next day for lunch. We ordered spring rolls to start and enjoyed them as well. It was a weeknight but quite busy with a steady stream of diners, and the atmosphere is casual and cozy. The service was fairly prompt, not overly friendly, but nice enough. Will definitely go back here for great Thai food.

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★★★★☆

My sister-in-law and I recently ate dinner at Tup Tim Thai, and I was very pleased with the experience. It was my first time trying "pad see ew," which I thought was delicious. I wrapped up half of the entree to as the portion size was generous, and enjoyed it the next day for lunch. We ordered spring rolls to start and enjoyed them as well. It was a weeknight but quite busy with a steady stream of diners, and the atmosphere is casual and cozy. The service was fairly prompt, not overly friendly, but nice enough. Will definitely go back here for great Thai food.

Pros: tasty food

Cons: parking

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We recently moved back to Seattle. We are looking forward to go back to one of our favorite Thai restaurants. Tup Tim Thai used to have excellent food, and authentic Thai dishes.

We went in on June 5, 07 for dinner. We were really really disappointed. The food does not taste as good. Pud Thai was very oily. Seafood combination (Pud Talay) was salty. Needless to say, we did not finish our dinner. The server did a poor job packing the leftover. The containers leaked and messed up our car.

I will not go back! Even though, the restaurant is not too far from our house. Forget it! I know there must be a better Thai restaurant near by.

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★☆☆☆☆

We recently moved back to Seattle. We are looking forward to go back to one of our favorite Thai restaurants. Tup Tim Thai used to have excellent food, and authentic Thai dishes.

We went in on June 5, 07 for dinner. We were really really disappointed. The food does not taste as good. Pud Thai was very oily. Seafood combination (Pud Talay) was salty. Needless to say, we did not finish our dinner. The server did a poor job packing the leftover. The containers leaked and messed up our car.

I will not go back! Even though, the restaurant is not too far from our house. Forget it! I know there must be a better Thai restaurant near by.

Pros: None

Cons: Poor service

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Tried this place on a recommendation other than citysearch. My food wasn't that great--Pad thai was okay, but then again, if you can't do that right, should you even be in business?--though everything else was fine. When I read all of the reviews here I get the impression that they're being written by someone with a vested interest in the place--they all read like ads, and lack detailed description.

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★★★☆☆

Tried this place on a recommendation other than citysearch. My food wasn't that great--Pad thai was okay, but then again, if you can't do that right, should you even be in business?--though everything else was fine. When I read all of the reviews here I get the impression that they're being written by someone with a vested interest in the place--they all read like ads, and lack detailed description.

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I was very excited that there was a highly rated Thai place a few blocks from my new residence. However, after three very disappointing tries, I cannot bring myself to go there again.

The appetizers we had were greasy, bland, and served with the same plum sauce from a jar. The fundamental Phad Thai was overcooked and underseasoned (with a strange flavor, I might add). The Phad See-ew stirred some hope in me with good flavor but still overcooked noodles.

The third and final visit, we got takeout during a slooooow weeknight, so no excuses. My fiance ended up pouring the Tom Young Goong (his all-time favorite) into the toilet. The pineapple fried rice was bland and a waste of money (to think that a Thai restaurant in *Cleveland* beat them at fried rice). I couldn't remember if I ordered chicken with oyster sauce or garlic chicken since the "sauce" was merely a brown salty soup with no recognizable trace of garlic *or* oyster sauce. And the fresh veggie rolls were filled with luscious.......noodles and iceberg lettuce. Oh yeah, they stuck a sliver of cucumber in there too.

No matter how hard I tried to see what all the praise was about, I couldn't see any gustatory reason for eating there.

At least the service was excellent.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was very excited that there was a highly rated Thai place a few blocks from my new residence. However, after three very disappointing tries, I cannot bring myself to go there again.

The appetizers we had were greasy, bland, and served with the same plum sauce from a jar. The fundamental Phad Thai was overcooked and underseasoned (with a strange flavor, I might add). The Phad See-ew stirred some hope in me with good flavor but still overcooked noodles.

The third and final visit, we got takeout during a slooooow weeknight, so no excuses. My fiance ended up pouring the Tom Young Goong (his all-time favorite) into the toilet. The pineapple fried rice was bland and a waste of money (to think that a Thai restaurant in *Cleveland* beat them at fried rice). I couldn't remember if I ordered chicken with oyster sauce or garlic chicken since the "sauce" was merely a brown salty soup with no recognizable trace of garlic *or* oyster sauce. And the fresh veggie rolls were filled with luscious.......noodles and iceberg lettuce. Oh yeah, they stuck a sliver of cucumber in there too.

No matter how hard I tried to see what all the praise was about, I couldn't see any gustatory reason for eating there.

At least the service was excellent.

Pros: service

Cons: the food, overrated

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Best Service, Best Food, and Simply the Best Thai in the City. Not much else you can say about Tup Tim Thai.

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★★★★★

Best Service, Best Food, and Simply the Best Thai in the City. Not much else you can say about Tup Tim Thai.

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TTT is by far the best thai food I've ever tried. And I've tried just about every place in Seattle and the suburbs. Their Phad Thai is excellent. But my favorite is the cashew chicken. Yum. Parking can be non-existant though, and the inside is on the small side. Best advice is to get the food to go.

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★★★★★

TTT is by far the best thai food I've ever tried. And I've tried just about every place in Seattle and the suburbs. Their Phad Thai is excellent. But my favorite is the cashew chicken. Yum. Parking can be non-existant though, and the inside is on the small side. Best advice is to get the food to go.

Pros: Great food, Great price, Great service

Cons: Parking, Not big inside

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Tup Tim Thai is a quaint little restaurant that serves excellent food. The wait is short, the service is fine, but its the food that makes the trip worthwhile. They serve around 30 main dishes and many other specialty plates. The prices are typically $10 or more per dish. Take a trip and you wont leave with an empty stomach.

PROS: Great food, great enviroment
CONS: Price

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★★★★☆

Tup Tim Thai is a quaint little restaurant that serves excellent food. The wait is short, the service is fine, but its the food that makes the trip worthwhile. They serve around 30 main dishes and many other specialty plates. The prices are typically $10 or more per dish. Take a trip and you wont leave with an empty stomach.

PROS: Great food, great enviroment
CONS: Price

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All I've been hearing is how great this place is. After three tries, and thinking perhaps I routinely ordered the wrong dish, I'll never go back. The soup borders on horrid--a can of chicken broth with chopped up jalepenos does not a good soup make. The appetizers were straight out of a box and the the entrees are passable at best.

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★☆☆☆☆

All I've been hearing is how great this place is. After three tries, and thinking perhaps I routinely ordered the wrong dish, I'll never go back. The soup borders on horrid--a can of chicken broth with chopped up jalepenos does not a good soup make. The appetizers were straight out of a box and the the entrees are passable at best.

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Tup Tim never disappoints when it comes to fresh and good Thai food. Its a great stop if you are catching a game or event at the Key Arena. Only a hop and skip away. There is always room, never a wait.

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★★★★★

Tup Tim never disappoints when it comes to fresh and good Thai food. Its a great stop if you are catching a game or event at the Key Arena. Only a hop and skip away. There is always room, never a wait.

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Great food, the phad tahi chicken and cashew chicken are delicious!!

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★★★★★

Great food, the phad tahi chicken and cashew chicken are delicious!!

Pros: Inexpensive, Quick Service

Cons: Bad parking

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I've eaten at Tup Tim Thai several times and always enjoyed the food. The food is not dumbed down for American palates and salt is used in moderation. The staff is helpful and gives accurate descriptions. Like many Thai restaurants, the food zings (but not unduly so if you are a 1 star person).

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★★★★☆

I've eaten at Tup Tim Thai several times and always enjoyed the food. The food is not dumbed down for American palates and salt is used in moderation. The staff is helpful and gives accurate descriptions. Like many Thai restaurants, the food zings (but not unduly so if you are a 1 star person).

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This place has one of the best peanut sauces around. Spicy and sweet. I love this place located at the bottom of Queen Anne you can't miss the purple building. One of Seattles best cheap eats. Try the bamboo chicken it is tasty. The staff is nice and Thai. The decor is not very Thai but I come here for good food and not the decor.

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★★★★☆

This place has one of the best peanut sauces around. Spicy and sweet. I love this place located at the bottom of Queen Anne you can't miss the purple building. One of Seattles best cheap eats. Try the bamboo chicken it is tasty. The staff is nice and Thai. The decor is not very Thai but I come here for good food and not the decor.

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This is, quite simply, the best Thai in Seattle. BAR NONE!

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★★★★★

This is, quite simply, the best Thai in Seattle. BAR NONE!

Pros: Food, Central Location, Always prompt

Cons: Street Parking

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The reviewer that said bad things about Tup Tim Thai must be a jealous competitor since everything they said is incorrect. The food is the best I've tasted outside of Thailand. After being in Thailand several times I can say this is the best Thai food I've had in this country! The service is warm and friendly. You can't beat the prices.

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★★★★★

The reviewer that said bad things about Tup Tim Thai must be a jealous competitor since everything they said is incorrect. The food is the best I've tasted outside of Thailand. After being in Thailand several times I can say this is the best Thai food I've had in this country! The service is warm and friendly. You can't beat the prices.

Pros: Great food, Price is right!, Good service

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God, this food was good! Cheap, fast, clean, convenient... It's hard to do better than this. We moved across town and drive by other Thai restaurants to come here. Buy Sonics tickets and make a night of it.

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★★★★★

God, this food was good! Cheap, fast, clean, convenient... It's hard to do better than this. We moved across town and drive by other Thai restaurants to come here. Buy Sonics tickets and make a night of it.

Pros: Convenient, Food is awesome, inexpensive

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Excellent food...excellent service...quick turn-around times...convenient location...what else can I say? If you like Thai: YOU WILL LOVE THIS PLACE!

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★★★★★

Excellent food...excellent service...quick turn-around times...convenient location...what else can I say? If you like Thai: YOU WILL LOVE THIS PLACE!

Pros: FOOD!, SERVICE!, SPEED!

Cons: parking

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Tup Tim Thai is consistently good, for both lunch and dinner.And they are nice to kids too.

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★★★★★

Tup Tim Thai is consistently good, for both lunch and dinner.And they are nice to kids too.

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Excellent food, wonderful service. Nice touch that they offer you beer/wine/beverage while you are waiting to be seated. Friendly wait staff, delicious food, good wine selection.

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★★★★★

Excellent food, wonderful service. Nice touch that they offer you beer/wine/beverage while you are waiting to be seated. Friendly wait staff, delicious food, good wine selection.

Pros: excellent food, friendly staff, prompt service

Cons: parking

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Since its appearance the Tup Tim Thai has given us a consistent high quality, tasty, and fulfilling menu. It is, with out a doubt. the best thai food in seattle.

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★★★★★

Since its appearance the Tup Tim Thai has given us a consistent high quality, tasty, and fulfilling menu. It is, with out a doubt. the best thai food in seattle.

Cons: often to crowded

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I have been all over the world, and I must say Tup Tim Thai has the best Thai food
I have ever had. The waitstaff is delightful and quick for those on their lunch break. Do allow some time because it does get busy.

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★★★★☆

I have been all over the world, and I must say Tup Tim Thai has the best Thai food
I have ever had. The waitstaff is delightful and quick for those on their lunch break. Do allow some time because it does get busy.

Pros: good location, good service, good food

Cons: bad parking, crowded, small establishment

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A plain, but homey neighborhood place for Thai. A few dishes make this place shine, but no need to drive across town for it. Good place to eat before Seattle Center activities, and slightly cheaper than Racha.

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★★★★☆

A plain, but homey neighborhood place for Thai. A few dishes make this place shine, but no need to drive across town for it. Good place to eat before Seattle Center activities, and slightly cheaper than Racha.

Pros: bargain on Q.A., Fairly quick service

Cons: no parking

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Tup Tim Thai features heaping dishes of mouth-watering sensations (very literally if you try the 5-star dishes). Once the intense favors pass your lips and touch your taste buds, no other Thai places will ever satisfy your Asian cravings again. Phad Thai Goong offers a beautiful mix of tangy sweetness, with a pang of tartness and, if you like, a vibrant after-shock of spice to warm you up. Served with fresh bean sprouts, shredded carrots and cabbage to bring a refreshing touch to the dish. Top with a squeeze from the accompanying wedge of lime to accent the prawns. It can't be beat, and neither can the price.

2
★★★★★

Tup Tim Thai features heaping dishes of mouth-watering sensations (very literally if you try the 5-star dishes). Once the intense favors pass your lips and touch your taste buds, no other Thai places will ever satisfy your Asian cravings again. Phad Thai Goong offers a beautiful mix of tangy sweetness, with a pang of tartness and, if you like, a vibrant after-shock of spice to warm you up. Served with fresh bean sprouts, shredded carrots and cabbage to bring a refreshing touch to the dish. Top with a squeeze from the accompanying wedge of lime to accent the prawns. It can't be beat, and neither can the price.

Pros: YUMMY FOOD!!!, Huge servings, great prices

Cons: no soup with takeouts, no parking, mediocre ambiance

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EVERYTHING I HAVE TRIED IS THE GREATEST.I EAT THERE 3 TIMES A WEEK CAN'T GET ENOUGH TRY #67 IT IS THE BEST!!

2
★★★★★

EVERYTHING I HAVE TRIED IS THE GREATEST.I EAT THERE 3 TIMES A WEEK CAN'T GET ENOUGH TRY #67 IT IS THE BEST!!

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Great thai food. With some friends who used to live in Thailand recently in town, we made a tour of Seattle Thai restaurants, and this one was their favorite. It would take a year to try everything, but so far my favorites are the panag curry and the beef salad. Delicious!

2
★★★★★

Great thai food. With some friends who used to live in Thailand recently in town, we made a tour of Seattle Thai restaurants, and this one was their favorite. It would take a year to try everything, but so far my favorites are the panag curry and the beef salad. Delicious!

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Tup Tim Thai is the best place to go for Thai home cookin'. It's just like my grandmother from Thailand use to make! Try the yellow curry with potatoes, very delicious.

2
★★★★☆

Tup Tim Thai is the best place to go for Thai home cookin'. It's just like my grandmother from Thailand use to make! Try the yellow curry with potatoes, very delicious.

Pros: easy parking

Cons: lunch crowd is large

 

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