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Customer Testimonials

Our favorite Thai restaurant in Atlanta. Their coconut soup is to die for. Our entire family (my wife and 2 teenage kids) love going here once every two weeks or so. Thai Rotti appetizer is awesome, too. Our favorite dish is either Basil Fried rice with chicken (warning = spicy!!!) or Thai fried rice with chicken. But nobody can beat their coconut soup. I guarantee it. if you don't like the soup - email me and let me know why. I stand behind their soup!!! :-)
- Vadim G. Atlanta GA, 10/24/2011 Read More...

What can I say that hasn't been said already. This place delivered my expectations. Having visited Thailand this place most replicate my experience there, and I've eaten lots of Thai restaurants in the US. I could see why they have regulars followings.
- Aaron A. Washington DC, 8/9/2009 Read More...

This is my favorite restaurant in Dunwoody! I'm a major Thai snob, and I'm telling you, this place is the real deal. The service is great, nice atmosphere and the best Thai food in town! LOVE the spicy fried rice, the Four Seasons and Pad WoonSen (I get it spicy). I thought Surin in Midtown had the best chicken coconut soup, but Simply Thai beats it!
- Sherry W. Dunwoody GA, 7/17/2008 Read More...

OK, like this part of N. Shallowford Rd. right outside of the perimeter just seems to be a no-man's land. Nestled in a run down strip center is this hidden Thai gem. Plus their serving china is really neat. But what about the food you ask? It's good. Try it!
- Gil Yelp.com, 04/12/2006 Read More...

Helen Chilton, a local foodie with a trustworthy palate, just has to let me know that she’s been pleasantly surprised by Simply Thai, A dim lit Thai restaurant situated in an unassuming strip center on North Shallowford Road. If you like it hot and passionate, as I do.
- Atlantacuisine.com, 01/05/2006 Read More...

Scooting down N. Shallowford Road past Dunwoody Chamblee Road, you might pass by this little gem a thousand times in your life and never give it a second glance. Here's a little tip - if you like Thai food, give your car a brake and enjoy one of Dunwoody's best-kept secrets.
- Dunwoody Crier, 05/10/2005 Read More...

 

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