Mouthful portions, Buddha artifacts priming the interior and rich flavors characterize Miss Asia Cuisine. The restaurant exhibits Thai and Asian inspired culinary artwork in a mirrored dining room which adds to the sense of space. At Miss Asia Cuisine, patrons can either opt for casual tables and chairs or enjoy a dining intimacy in capacious booths with their families.
The menu is structured around all the primary core ingredients — chicken, beef, seafood, duck, rice and veggies — an expansive selection. While there are many flavorful authentic platters to be served, panang curry salmon, crying tiger, pad ped seafood, rama chicken and miso soup are often the patrons' preferred choices. Miss Asia Cuisine also ladles an exotic selection of beverages, namely: Thai Ice tea and Thai ice coffee.
food was delicious, service was ok...didn't like the fact that the server brought a check before asking if we wanted dessert.
Amazing food. It's BYOB so it's already great before you even begin. Food came out quickly and hot. We ordered the calamari, egg rolls, Basil fried rice and Mongolian Beef. Everything was outstanding except the calamari. It was worth a shot, but it just didn't meet standards. Service was OK. Friendly, but a bit slow. Try it out if you're in the area.
The restaurant looked old and outdated. Food was very greasy for Thai food and the presentation of the dishes were not very appealing. Food tasted OK. I've had much better Thai food at much cheaper price and better looking restaurant. Service was horribly slow and our waitress, even though there was only 3 tables was more interested in playing on her phone than paying attention to her customers. We ordered hot tea and got lukewarm tea (water was just not hot enough to properly seep the tea bag!).
I would definitely not recommend this restaurant at all. It was a waste of time and money.
The food did not seem very fresh and it lacked flavor. I could have been what we ordered but I definitely will not go back again.
We checked this place out on a weeknight before a nearby movie. As it was early, it was quick and easy to be seated at a booth. I had my favorite Thai dish - Pad Kee Mao - and it was delicious. I'll definitely have it again when I'm in the neighborhood.
We've been here a few times and always left happy. Pricing is great. It's BYOB if you want and the food is delicious. I think they do a pretty decent carry out/delivery business. Loved my chicken noodle dish this last time but can't remember what it's called! Sorry Open Tablers!
I wanted to order sticky mango rice for dessert - one of their specialties. But our server told us the mangos this time were not the best - a little sour. I appreciated this info and went for the fried bananas instead and was pleased.
food was delicious especially the chicken cashew, potstickers and mango coconut rice. food came out very quickly (almost too fast as dessert was out 5 minutes after the meals arrived) but we had stopped eating for over 20 minutes with nobody asking if we wanted the check/boxes and had to ask for it because it was clear nobody was coming by to check on us. would definitely get it again but maybe as takeout and not dine in
The food was really nice, plus I got a 10% discount off my bill.
I may have missed it, but this is a BYO wine or beer dining establishment. I did not see that anywhere on the web-site. Conveniently, the liquor store is just a few doors down. Better to know in advance though.
Food was good but, we were the ONLY diners in the restaurant at 6:30 pm -- felt a little odd.
Anyway, it was good and spicy, how we like it. But the ambiance was lacking as there were no other patrons and no mood lighting of any sort.
No matter, we were off to the show after our meal.
Pricing was so reasonable. We split 3 entrees and two appetizers between a group of four and our billl was under $15 per person!