The food at this Thai restaurant is absolutely incredible. We ordered a variety of dishes and each one was delicious. The flavors were perfectly balanced, making for an unforgettable dining experience.
We very much enjoyed our meal at At Nine. I was pleasantly surprised that they offer Khao Soi. It was delicious, and I recommend anyone who loves curry and noodles to give it a try. My wife was a bit more neutral on the pad se ew, but we both agreed it was above average for Colorado. The service was good, and the restaurant is clean. I would recommend this place if you want Thai food.
One of the best Thai food place in south Denver. I think it’s Family run business they treat customers very well. Tom yum soup is my favorite here, fried rice is so tasty. Spice levels are perfect always as ordered
Service was attentive and very nice but the food quality and it’s timing did not hit the mark. The Tom Yum was very good with fresh chicken, vegetables and a light sweet and sour broth. That was the most enjoyable part of our dinner. The pad Thai was overly sweet in flavor and very orange red in color (was there food coloring?). It also arrived about 25 minutes after the salmon dish so we did not eat our entrees together. The salmon volcano had a sweet chili sauce that had the same taste and color as the pad Thai so there were no distinguishing flavors even though these are different dishes. I was truly looking forward to a stellar Thai dinner based on the reviews but it was not too impressive.
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.
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