Times tastes Thai Thai

If you didn’t see it in the left sidebar’s MORE LOCAL NEWS area (other sites’ White Center mentions) – check out this article declaring Thai Thai a “Dining Deal.”

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8 Responses to “Times tastes Thai Thai”

  1. That sounds yummy! Right now pretty much the only Thai restaurant I go to in Seattle is Kaosamai Thai in Fremont, and sometimes Kwanjai. It’d be nice to have a place to go closer to home (Buddha Ruska has never done it for me).

  2. Thanks for the reminder, I’ve been wanting to check this place out. Last time I tried, it was winter time and they were closed… I heard rumors it was closed certain times of the year?

  3. yeeesh. Thai Thai used to be good, back in the day. Not any more. We got violently sick- to the point that my BF ended up in the hospital for 4 days- last time we ate there.

  4. Ooh, I didn’t know about this place. Thanks for the info. I too am quite picky about Thai food. I’ll have to check them out.

  5. I’ve been to Thai Thai a few times and liked it, though Vatsana’s in Westwood Village is my favorite.

  6. JenV, when did you have your troubles at Thai Thai? King County shows that they have a good inspection record.


    It’s funny how food places are such a subjective thing. I’ve tried the place in Westwood Village and thought it was terrible.

    Since I moved to White Center, I’ve been expanding my dining horizons to include Vietnamese, so on a recommendation from Justin, I tried the 88 Restaurant a few weeks ago and thought it was great!


  7. RickB- this was April of 2006. I had been plenty of times before, and it was just simply ok. I like Buddha Ruksa and Vatsana now. Thai Thai lost me forever on that last visit.

    88 restaurant is the BEST! I am on my way there shortly for a bog bowl of veggie pho. :)

  8. My fiance and I went to Thai Thai the night we were given the keys to the house we purchased in Highland Park (April 2008), just a block and a half from White Center. We took it to go and ate on the floor of our new living room. While the food was okay (I wouldn’t say fabulous or yucky), the owner packed it for us in a box with incredible attention to detail so it stayed fresh and hot and didn’t spill on the way home. I liked that.