Touch Of Thai (Reported Closed)

(480) 947-9500

7217 E 4th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ | Directions   85251

33.497819 -111.925373

Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Saturday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Sunday Closed

Restaurants, $$$, Eclectic & International  more

More Cuisine: Mediterranean, Southwestern, Thai

Tags: Fine Dining, Notable Chef, Romantic Dining, Special Occasion Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Winfield Scott Plaza, South Scottsdale, Downtown Scottsdale


Reviews for Touch Of Thai

over a year ago

Mediterranean meets the Southwest in an eclectic menu. – In Short
Fifteen years ago, when Southwestern cuisine was hotter than the seasonings used to make it, Lenard Rubin was considered a rising star in the Valley's culinary firmament. But he ditched fame for a gig in Russia where he oversaw the opening of 26 restaurants. Now Rubin is back, and he oversees a little restaurant near the Galleria. Entrees include eggplant tacos, curry-rubbed squab and many other unique delicacies.

over a year ago

Best food in the Phoenix area – In the over-hyped Scottsdale scene, this is a great find. It's not cheap but the food is absolutely outstanding. The wine list isn't huge, but it's very adequate. It is small and intimate and the service is superb. I travel extensively and eat out often and Medizona is now on my top list of restaurants in the US. Don't miss it if you are in the Scottsdale area.

over a year ago

Wonderful, wonderful food – Just spent Saturday night there with family and friends, it was wonderful. All of us had different entrees basically, and each was different and so imaginative. Can't praise it enough.

The prickley pear tiramisu, was a delight.

I would recommend this restaurant to anyone that wanted to experience wonderful cuisine, although the prices are high, it should be noted, that it was worth every penny.

over a year ago

VERY impressed – I was in Scottsdale from San Francisco, and we picked this place out of a guide, called, they could take us - Amazing food. Everything was great - apps, entrees, service. I usually never believe that these are real reviews (I think the staff writes them) - but this one is!

over a year ago

Impressive Service and Delicious Food! – We had the most wonderful dining experience at Medizona. We even remind eachother "Remember how delicious the food was at Medizona?!" The entire meal had amazing presentation and each little morsel was absolutely delicious. There is no doubt they have a top notch Chef in the kitchen! On top of the amazing food, the service was impeccable!! The staff is soo nice. We felt very comfortable and were taken care of at every step! It is a MUST to dine at Medizona! ENJOY!

over a year ago

for carnivores only – i went to medizona yesterday and truly enjoyed the coziness, ambience, and food quality. However, there was not a single appetizer or entree that was vegetarian. Although they prepared a vegetarian entree for my date, I (who am not vegetarian) was actually insulted to see shrimp, rabbit, duck, lamb, beef, crab, salmon, veal, and halibut dishes, but not a single vegetarian dish. The two salads were the only vegetarian offerings. For a well respected rerstaurant to not acknowledge the vegetarians of the world in writing is almost despicable, and definitely shameful! I own a restaurant in NY city, and also have been to countless restaurants all over the world, and I do NOT recall one that does not have a vegetarian dish on its menu. This needs to be rectified in my opinion.

over a year ago

You Have a Star Chef in Your Midst – July 2002 I brought my vacationing family of six to Medizona. The restaurant is decorated in the colorful hues of the southwest but the food is not limited to southwestern fare. Appetizers included Rabbit, Fig and Pinenut Baklava, and Eggplant Tacos with Lamb, Arrugula and Kasseri Cheese. These dishes weren't just different they were magnificent. The main course offerings included Achiote Rubbed Salmon and Grilled smoked Pimenton-Honey Glazed Veal Chop. This is the first time in five years that I actually asked the chef to sign my menu. Oh and for you dessert lovers looking for a touch of Arizona local flavor may I strongly recommend Prickly Pear Tiramisu. I was just a vactioner from New Jersey looking for a good meal in Arizona. I am now a devoted fan of Medizona.

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