My family is Thai, and we've eaten at a lot of Thai restaurants in Denver over the years. The food at At Nine Thai is just okay. The flavors are close to being accurate, but just missing that little extra push to taste really authentic and to be really tasty. The fried dumpling skewer was interesting and perhaps the best part of the meal. Another issue was the service. We had two waitresses, and one was polite, the other was not. My parents, who are over 55yo, asked for a paper menu. Instead of providing one and stating there may be some difference vs the online menu, initially just refused to provide paper menus. After discussing this back and forth, she simply reached for the table next to ours and provided menus, with quite a bit of attitude. She could have simply provided the menu, which was easily accessible, without the attitude and back talk. After that encounter, all future interactions with that waitress was were rude.
Delicious, authentic Thai food. I’ve been nearly everywhere in the Denver area and this is the best Thai I’ve found South of Evans. Thai hot actually has great heat, and very fresh/authentic flavors in everything we tried. The Tom kha soup was very good but not my favorite compared to some others, however chicken satay and pad Thai were excellent.
We tried take out from At Nine Thai tonight and weren't disappointed. The noodle dishes were well cooked. Portion sizes were good (you can make two meals from a dish). The extra spicy drunken noodles were delicious. The fresh rolls with peanut sauce were a good size and tasty. The crispy rolls were pretty squishy inside. We won't order those again. Otherwise, this is our new go to Thai restaurant.
We had Larb Gai, Pad Thai, and Panang Curry. All were delicious. Service was friendly and efficient. Dishes marked "GF" do not contain gluten, but may have cross contact through cooking utensils. I had a gluten reaction. Great food but not for folks with gluten sensitivity.
Unfortunately it was just ok overall. We got the nine dumplings for an appetizer. It had a good crisp to them and the sauce was good but there was no flavor on the inside. For our entrees we got the Drunken Chicken (spice level 3) and See Ew (spice level 2). The Drunken chicken had the most flavor but still lacked. The See Ew, the only thing I tasted was the spice really. As for spice decision help: I am a mildly spicy eater and spice level 2 built a good amount. My partner usually orders medium spice level and the level 3 was good.
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