Osseo >Reuan Thai Restaurant
Great place for short budgets.
This is likely my favorite restaurant in the county. Most of my friends agree that the food is great and we all agree that it isn't very appealing to the eye. The service is very good, everyone is nice and readily available if you need help with something.
For those not used to uncommon Asian food I'd suggest #68, the BoBo Plate. Sweet and Sour Chicken with rice and plenty of appetizers, all for just under $9 (And I do meanly just under, go there with $9 and you'll leave with a nickle.).
I'm not very experimental with food but this place is incredible.
Excellent Thai and Friendly Service.
Wasn't expecting much from this place either because I was convinced that decent Asian fare could only be found in more areas, or at minimum, in or near the downtowns.
I was wrong - it is my favorite Thai place. Always fresh (shrimp not rubbery, duck curry phenomenal), the Spring Rolls rock, and they are the only place that will give you whole FRESH thai peppers to eat with your meal!
They do what it takes to help you enjoy your meal and are very good at making things as you request them -- low oil, extra spicy, you name it, they try to do it.
Staff is young, and some provide more seamless service than others, but are friendly and attentive. I can only think of one young man that looks a little blanker than the others, but it's probably an age and maturity thing. Never encountered any rudeness.
Best Thai in the suburbs. Actually this might be the best Thai in the entire metro area, but I guess I haven't tried every single one out there... Anyway, Reuan Thai in Osseo is absolutely top notch, as far as the food goes. Sure the ambiance is a little lacking, but this place is certainly not a hole in the wall, as a previous reviewer said. It's pleasant inside, with a family-owned atmosphere. And it is actually family owned and operated. Food is amazing here! Any of the noodle dishes are choice, as are the seafood dishes, like the fried fish and the shrimp, squid and scallops stirfry. Chicken wings, both the stuffed and the spicy ones, are to die for. I love Reuan Thai! It's worth the drive for good Thai.
a gem!. I was expecting mediocre food at this unsuspecting little spot, but was pleasantly surprised! The spring rolls were evenly filled out and fresh, just the way I like them, and the pad see yew was probably the best I've had around the TC Metro. Wonderful flavor, not too greasy. The fried rice hit the spot, with just the right blend of seasonings and tasty veggies and meat. What this place lacks in atmosphere it makes up for in flavor.
It is just a hole in the wall.. Well, I strucked out again. I have tried their foods. I should be smart enough to believe a couple of peoples who never have Thai food in Thailand ever. The Pahd Thai and the curries I orderrf was no way tasted like any I have while I was on my vacation this summer. I was truly disappointed. Can someone tell me where is the real Thai food?
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