Curry chicken wrap tasted like a saw dust sprinkled with sand. Chicken in teriyaki drumroll spent their previous life under the warming lights as some other dish before it had bin dunked in teriyaki and wrapped along with some wilted lettuce. A single slice of mushroom floating in $3 coconut soup required a company of shrimp or chicken that had to be purchased separately. Stay away - any Thai and most of Chinese restaurants will do much better.
Posted: 4/25/2011 • Link to this review
Had low expectations for this fast-food-ish asian bowl place. However, the food was actually good, portions were very big, and I fed the whole family for under $25. I tried the spring rolls (good), and chicken gyoza (ok). Tofu with brown rice (ok) and kids had chicken lo mein (good). A nice surprise and I will return to try more!
Posted: 2/23/2009 • Link to this review
This is a great place, located close to GTech. Yes, it's more appreciated by the local students, but I know quiet a few people (not students) who come regularly to enjoy the food. The quality is great as well as the taste, and it is cooked and served quickly. For this money, it's the best place.
Posted: 9/26/2008 • Link to this review
The roti wrap is a fantastic innovation, and was great with tofu tempura. The pad thai was great and bursting with flavor. The concept is different, allowing it to combine flavors from South and South East Asia. Now it's time to add Central Asia, maybe...
Posted: 6/13/2008 • Last edited: 8/30/2008 • Link to this review
An average asian effort all around. Some dishes are good; others not so much. And the dishes can be inconsistent from visit to visit. Also, the setting is... how shall I say... stark at best. Cold and lacking warmth. It's okay for an occasional Asian fix, but there's better for the money in my book.
Posted: 6/03/2008 • Link to this review
Please be specific about critique and we can address and investigate a inconsistency. We make almost every sauce in house and because we are fresh to order, we cannot rely on prepackaged frozen items like some chains choose to do. Because of this sometimes taste will vary slightly although we try very very hard to nail it every time. Thanks
This place is always packed at lunch. Some of this is due to location but overall the food is pretty good too. I have had other Thai I like better but the portions here are definitely larger. I will go back but won't be there every week. We often go to Rice Thai on Hammond because it is easier to get in and out of but the portions aren't up to par with Tin Drum.
Posted: 10/26/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review