Seattle >Tup Tim Thai
This lower Queen Anne favorite has quick friendly service and Pad Kee Mao and Larb Gai that are served not too sweet not too hot but just right.
A neighborhood fave that draws diners on the strength of its well-priced, competently prepared fare and friendly service. My standing order includes the pad se-ew (stir-fried rice noodles and broccoli), along with the mussaman curry. If you like it hot, ask for one star higher than you'd normally choose.
The Best Thai In Seattle. This is, quite simply, the best Thai in Seattle. BAR NONE!
Great food, service & value. The reviewer that said bad things about Tup Tim Thai must be a jealous competitor since everything they said is incorrect. The food is the best I've tasted outside of Thailand. After being in Thailand several times I can say this is the best Thai food I've had in this country! The service is warm and friendly. You can't beat the prices.
Sinful Thai!. God, this food was good! Cheap, fast, clean, convenient... It's hard to do better than this. We moved across town and drive by other Thai restaurants to come here. Buy Sonics tickets and make a night of it.
THE BEST THAI. Excellent food...excellent service...quick turn-around times...convenient location...what else can I say? If you like Thai: YOU WILL LOVE THIS PLACE!
Great Food, Great Price. Tup Tim Thai is consistently good, for both lunch and dinner.And they are nice to kids too.
The best in greater Seattle. Excellent food, wonderful service. Nice touch that they offer you beer/wine/beverage while you are waiting to be seated. Friendly wait staff, delicious food, good wine selection.
Fire in the hole!. Since its appearance the Tup Tim Thai has given us a consistent high quality, tasty, and fulfilling menu. It is, with out a doubt. the best thai food in seattle.
yum yum thai!.
I have been all over the world, and I must say Tup Tim Thai has the best Thai food
I have ever had. The waitstaff is delightful and quick for those on their lunch break. Do allow some time because it does get busy.
Homey, but homely. A plain, but homey neighborhood place for Thai. A few dishes make this place shine, but no need to drive across town for it. Good place to eat before Seattle Center activities, and slightly cheaper than Racha.
Crave Rave. Tup Tim Thai features heaping dishes of mouth-watering sensations (very literally if you try the 5-star dishes). Once the intense favors pass your lips and touch your taste buds, no other Thai places will ever satisfy your Asian cravings again. Phad Thai Goong offers a beautiful mix of tangy sweetness, with a pang of tartness and, if you like, a vibrant after-shock of spice to warm you up. Served with fresh bean sprouts, shredded carrots and cabbage to bring a refreshing touch to the dish. Top with a squeeze from the accompanying wedge of lime to accent the prawns. It can't be beat, and neither can the price.
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