Sushi Thai Garden Review

Sushi Thai Garden Review

Photo by Janine Kritschgau

 

Sushi Thai Garden has a large menu of Japanese, Thai, and special options for lunch and dinner, making it a great location for either time of the day. Located just off Broadway, on Phila Street, it might be slightly less known than some of the popular restaurants on Broadway, but that does not mean you will not need a reservation. We went on a Saturday night, called ahead about an hour before and were luckily able to make a reservation, as nearly every table was full when we arrived. 

The restaurant delivered in terms of service, but the food was nothing special. We went with a few of our friends and got a wide variety of items including Pad See Ew, Thai Spring Rolls, Miso Soup, Drunken Noodles and a smooth Green Tea. The food was satisfying but seemed to be lacking in excitement. The appetizers were underwhelming; the spring rolls extremely hot and somewhat bland, and the miso soup lacked flavor. The entrees proved to be more popular. The Drunken Noodles dish was pleasant, although it was less spicy than anticipated. The Pad See Ew had a great mix of noodles, chicken, and broccoli and was satisfactory.

 

This somewhat-modern, white tablecloth restaurant is spacious and quiet. If you do not want to feel obligated to keep a conversation going, we suggest you consider going somewhere else!

The consensus regarding our dishes was that they were satisfying but not exceptional, while the service and comfortable atmosphere are the highlights of eating at Sushi Thai Garden. The restaurant offers an extensive, versatile menu, and the space itself is large enough to accommodate large parties. However, we recommend you make a reservation. 

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