I’m Thai and always looking for Thai taste restaurant. The spicy9 is another good choice to have an authentic Thai taste. Thai tea is must have.
Great little hole in the wall restaurant. We're not local to Aurora. The restaurant was clean, the people were super friendly. Even the cook spoke with us and made sure our food was good. It was delicious and very filling. My husband and I both had Pad Thai, he has hot with tofu and I had medium with chicken. We both enjoyed our meals very much.
Very disappointed in our experience here. We regularly eat Thai food, and were excited to try this new place. We ordered the green curry as takeout, which smelled and tasted rotten. We also ordered two noodle dishes, the pad Thai which tasted like nothing but black pepper and fish sauce, and the drunken noodles had tofu that tasted like rotten soy sauce. It honestly made us nauseous. We felt really bad, but it wasn’t edible at all, so we ended up taking it back to the restaurant. When we got there, the hostess refused to admit anything was wrong with the food, and even had the chef try the food in front of us. He insisted the food tasted fine, even though we kept telling them that we were sorry, we just couldn’t eat it and would like a refund. The hostess became very defensive continually invalidated us, even asking if we had ever had Thai food and just didn’t know what it was supposed to taste like. After going back and forth for a while, she finally gave us only half a refund, even though we had only had a bite of each dish, and did not offer to remake the food. Essentially, they stole half of what we paid for the meal. Overall, don’t come here unless you want rotten food and bad customer service.
After traveling for quite some time around Thailand, I can be a little picky when it comes to Thai food here in the US. I can say that this food was amazing! Best Thai food that I have had in Denver! Would recommend to anyone and will absolutely be using Spicy 9 Thai as my go to spot in the future.
This was great. Really good Thai food. My only complaint would be that maybe it's too Thai? I'm used to getting pad see lew from Asian places with beef and it not being spicy. They didn't have beef available, and chicken isn't quite the same, and getting it from a Thai specialty place meant getting medium spice was a completely different taste than I'm used to. Yeah though, we'll order again.
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