Review: Sushi Thai
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disappointed

Louisville, KY

#1 Jun 7, 2013
I ordered the Orange chicken with veggies. The chicken was black and the veggies were cold. When asking about the veggies, the waitress told me they were for decoration, not eating.....What the heck? I paid $13.00 for burned chicken and decorative veggies.
surprised

Elizabethtown, KY

#2 Jun 7, 2013
I've eaten there everyday for two months and have nearly tried everything on their menu. Every single thing I have tried has been excellent. I highly recommend trying this place.
yep

Louisville, KY

#3 Jun 7, 2013
Me and a friend went they absolutely suck. The sushi was hot!?!? Wtf when we ask for new they brought us the same hot sushi out. It was also the wrong kind. The food was ordered without onions. Which we had to spell out literally then it still had them all over it. It is over priced and horrible never again.
no way

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Jun 7, 2013
I have been there several times and it is always good. I have told everyone i know to eat there.
come on

Latonia, KY

#7 Jun 7, 2013
the place is awesome I eat there all the time. sucks they are in a little redneck town where they get very little appreciation. Their food is excellent.
yep

Evansville, IN

#8 Jun 7, 2013
come on wrote:
the place is awesome I eat there all the time. sucks they are in a little redneck town where they get very little appreciation. Their food is excellent.
You live here too ass. It's not good food spend a little extra cheap ass, go to a real sushi restaurant and you'll see the the difference.
come on

Latonia, KY

#9 Jun 7, 2013
Real sushi places are Japanese. If I want sushi I'll go to Japanese place. This is Thai last I checked. So when I eat there I order their Thai dishes which in my opinion are excellent in quality and taste. Their sushi bar is just a nice little bonus but one I rarely take advantage of.

“No whining!”

Since: Feb 13

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#10 Jun 7, 2013
Good food and lunch is more reasonably priced than dinner. I've eaten there several times and never had a bad experience. It is a little difficult to get in and out of with the traffic in the area. I prefer to avoid that exit if at all possible.
Great Thai Food

Independence, KY

#11 Jun 22, 2013
I have eaten at Sushi Thai many times. I am always impressed with their friendly service, and their food is delicious!!! I am so thankful to have a Thai restaurant in our area that is equally as good as the Thai restaurants in Louisville.
Orange Lover

Vine Grove, KY

#12 Jun 23, 2013
I do always went there for just the Orange Chicken too.It was excellent .The price is reasonable with the quality and the quantity they serve to us.If you want to get the cheap food you can go to get the Orange Chicken at the Chinese Buffet.All you can eat. And you can enjoy with all vegetables you want.
annoyed

Coolidge, TX

#13 Jul 3, 2013
The main point was, half the meal was "decoration." I've never heard of that in my entire life. The sushi is usually hot and it takes 30 minutes to get anything there.
Happily amazed

Lexington, KY

#14 Jul 4, 2013
Finally tried it for lunch last week. My drunken noodles were awesome and my wife's pad Thai was the best she's ever had.
spartan

Ft Mitchell, KY

#15 Jul 4, 2013
disappointed wrote:
I ordered the Orange chicken with veggies. The chicken was black and the veggies were cold. When asking about the veggies, the waitress told me they were for decoration, not eating.....What the heck? I paid $13.00 for burned chicken and decorative veggies.
So,,,you went to a Japanese restaurant,purposefully and willfully ordered a meal that came from a different culture,,,and then decided to come home and publicly ridicule the restaurant,,,because you didn't understand your meal.
To tell you the truth,,,I find that to be a little disappointing myself.
I mean honestly,there ain't no telling what kind of whiny weasels that the Asians perceive us as.If it ain't a crazy cracker whining about a little decoration on the plate,,,it's a crazy cracker eating twelve fully loaded plates at the China Buffet and claiming that it had to be cat that made them sick.
Just to go ahead and respond to your post,,,I'll go ahead and lay out your options for you.The next time something to that effect happens to you,,,take your complaint to management and give them the opportunity to make it right,whether that be cooking you more chicken,giving you a gift card,or refunding your cash.
Up to you though.

“No whining!”

Since: Feb 13

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#16 Jul 4, 2013
Really, Mark. You going to hassle a guy over his opinion? Sad.
spartan

Ft Mitchell, KY

#17 Jul 4, 2013
HollyIsHellOnHeels wrote:
Really, Mark. You going to hassle a guy over his opinion? Sad.
The word "hassle" is putting it rather mildly kiddo.
spartan

Ft Mitchell, KY

#18 Jul 4, 2013
HollyIsHellOnHeels wrote:
Really, Mark. You going to hassle a guy over his opinion? Sad.
Oooops.Been playing thread tag with you all morning and thought that you was referring to "Lisa" when you said something about "hassling" somebody because of their opinion.To make it perfectly clear though,,,"yes",,,I was "hassling" that guy about his opinion.Unless I'm seriously mistaken,,,the exact same thing that you're doing to me right here.
That aside,it's a rare occasion that I get Waffle-House cooks to fix my steak like I like it.But I never come home and make a post about it.Even though if Waffle-House goes under,,,that guy can still find a job.If someone burns bread on an Asian joint though,,,it could put several people out of work who can't just set up shop across town and go back to work.
In short,,,publicly complaining about foreign restaurants for trivial reasons is the kind of thing that can do a lot of damage.
And it troubles me to see people causing damage simply because they like to hear themselves talk.Why do you think I like you so much???
Watcha think???
Happily amazed

Lexington, KY

#19 Jul 4, 2013
Spartan hit the nail on the head. I don't even recall seeing orange chicken with veggie decorations on the menu.
Try something Thai and then feel free to express an opinion. They are a nice, Thai family, that yes...don't speak English very well. Imagine if you up and moved to Thailand and started a restaurant...how would your 'American' burgers and pizza, along with your lack of the language be perceived by the locals. A little respect goes a long way!
irene

Radcliff, KY

#20 Jul 4, 2013
i tried eating there again an them damn chingchangers keep bringing me raw fish! if you chingchangs want to stay in businuss you better start cooking the food right!
spartan

Ft Mitchell, KY

#21 Jul 4, 2013
Mark Lee wrote:
Do the owners crap their pants like they do over at Linda's Cafe?
This wasn't me.
spartan

Ft Mitchell, KY

#22 Jul 4, 2013
irene wrote:
i tried eating there again an them damn chingchangers keep bringing me raw fish! if you chingchangs want to stay in businuss you better start cooking the food right!
You ain't Irene.

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