Tasty! Healthy! We love it!. Na's is a tasty and healthy alternative to the typical franchises of the area. The veggies and meat are always fresh and the sauces add a special flavor that is very addicting! We especially love the peanut sauce that comes with the satay, and the special egg rolls are the best egg rolls around. Soups make a great light meal. All the entrees are delicious so can't say we have a favorite there. If in doubt, try the dishes at "mild" spice to start with. The food and the casual atmosphere at Na's make it a place our entire family enjoys.
Overrated and over priced.. I've been to many Thai restaurants in the Twin Cities area; this one takes the cake... for being the worst place in town. I went in during my lunch hour, the service was horrible (even though the restaurant was almost completely empty) and the food was mediocre. If you need something ethnic try the Curry House just across the street, or if this is a dinner occasion go to Chiang Mai Thai in Uptown (it maybe a further drive, but its worth it).
Na's the best kept secret to share. Wonderful Thai Food!!! Special Egg Rolls, Spring Rolls, Satays, Pad Pak, Spicy Noodles Special, Pad Thai, Spicy Cashew Chicken -- all to die for. Laab Nua/Kai, Beef Salad, Rad Na, Won Ton soup, Toam Kha Kai and Tom Yum soup. Regulars stop in often and the Cafe fast becomes family and an addiction. Na's the best and a great western suburb find! Buffet Mon - Fri 11-2 -- great value too!
Greatest Thai Food We Tried. Due to high recommendation from 'JamesandRuth', my family and I went and we enjoyed the dinner so much, we left the restaurant, full, feeling very satisfying, and so thrilled about our 'little discovery and adventures'. We had tried Thai Food in many different countries, and cities in the States, if you enjoyed 'REALLY SPICY' food like we did, you need to at least try their 'Papaya Salad', and 'Fish Curry'(less spicy, but good), and Laab Nua. One important note to make, is the owner: Na herself, was very pleasant and helpful in helping us to choose what we want to try, it made the whole dinning experience so wonderful.
Great food in an unexpected location. Best Thai food in the twin cities in my experience. Great food--seems to be Northern Thai. I don't know how the service is now, because it was so bad that we get takeout now.
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