Thai Kitchen

(503) 626-7150 | View Website

2840 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR | Directions   97005

45.499613 -122.806981

Open Hours

Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: 12pm-9pm, 4:30pm-9pm, 11am-3pm, Mon-Thu: 4:30pm-9pm, 11am-3pm, Fri: 4:30pm-10pm, 11am-3am

 
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Neighborhoods: Central Beaverton

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Thai Kitchen
Thai Kitchen
Menu
Satay, Taud Mun, Deep Fried Tofu, Salad Rolls, Spring Rolls, Appetizer Combo, Appetizer Combo A, Calamari, Potstickers, Jungle Curry... more

Reviews for Thai Kitchen

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Thai – The best Thai food around! Really appreciated the vegan choice!! 100% recommend it!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Beaverton's Hidden Treasure – Thai Kitchen is a hidden treasure... lunch buffet is excellent and offers man choices from meat to vegetarian, mild to spicy. Food is fresh and tasteful. If you are in the area you have to stop in. Flavorful Thai cooking!!! Yum

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Pad Thai!!!! – I live pretty far from here and I drive here when I am craving Tofu Pad Thai! There is no other Thai restaurant that makes Pad Thai like this, the sauce is red and thick and not too sweet and the noodles are perfect not too wide! The lunch buffet is great but greasy as most thai food is, however they have fresh salad rolls at the buffet and unlimited soup and multiple vegetarian options.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Excellent Food - always packed at the lunch buffet – Thai Kitchen's lunch buffet has a large variety of traditional Thai soups, noodles, main dishes and always at least one Thai dessert. We've been going their for years and since they opened the buffet lunch business has skyrocketed. Tables are scarce between 12-1pm for a good reason, their food is excellent.

Come for dinner and they'll make your order fresh to order, spicy as you want it, and always yummy!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Not Thai and Not tasty – I wonder if this place changed owners as the reviews from last year were good, but I have to agree with the last review, this was crapy food. Went there and had the lunch buffet. Pad thai wasn't made with real noodles, didn't taste like pad thai and I swear they put ketchup in it. They made things spicy, but there was no taste to back it up. The carrots were cut in small squares, the only time I've seen that is when they were canned or frozen. With all the Thai places around, nobody should have to eat here.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Crapy Thai Food – The name of this establishment is misleading. Though there were some Thai dishes listed on the menu the so called Thai dishes we ordered tasted NOTHING like Thai. It was just real bad Chinese food. It was overpriced, and felt dirty. We will NEVER go there again.

The only reason there are positive reviews must be because some people have never had GOOD Thai food!!!!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

What a find! – This place is the kind of restaurant you look for and not find. They should have a giant arrow pointing to this wonderful place. It's simple without the pretentious decor; clean and friendly. The food is served hot and with a smile. If you're not sure what to order, the wait-staff has suggestions and they are good ones. Try the Thai Iced Tea! What a treat. Although this place has been there for 15 years, I just discovered it and will go back again and again. The prices are fair and reasonable and it's your choice as to whether you walk out of there hungry or not; because there's always plenty of food on your plate.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

To THAI for . . . – This place is very simple, and plain. But the food is delicious. There are photos of the dishes everywhere . . . front of restaurant, even on the tables. And for ONCE the photos don't do the dishes justice. Whenever I see a photo of a dish, it's always not as appealing or appetizing as the photo. NOT SO here! The food is much better in person, and in my tummy! The lunch special, which ends at 3:00 pm M-F is a bargain. A nice bowl of soup, main dish with a good portion of rice, won tons on the side. For $1.00 more you can get a salad with excellent peanut dressing. I had the Thai Yellow Curry Chicken. Filled me up, and it's dinner time now and I'm not hungry! There was a wonderful appetizer plate for $6.95 which included 2 skewers of Chicken Patay, salad rolls, spring rolls and jumbo shrimp deep fried but not heavy or greasy. Four dipping sauces. Also quite a meal in itself. Very friendly service.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Great Lunch Specials ! – I have had food to go from this restaurant in the past and it was very good. This weekend went there for the Lunch Special which was $6.95 for Chicken Basil (Medium Hot), rice, spring roll, tea, and fortune cookie. A real bargain and it was very tasty.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

We love this place! – My wife and I have been going to this restaurant for many years. The family that runs it has always been very friendly, and the service is excellent.

The food is quite tasty and we highly recommend the Laab Gai, Tom Yum Soup, Chicken with Basil, and I hear the Pad Thai is excellent, though I'm not a big fan of that dish myself. They also have a very nice salmon dish, I think it's called Pa Nang Salmon (or something similar).

And definitely try the appetizer with spinach leaves and an assortment of small toppings, whose name I don't recall at the moment.

This restaurant is much better, in my opinion, than all of the (too many) Thai Orchids. Service is better, food is better and more flavorful, and I think the price is better.

 

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