Always great food and nice staff
Visiting Montreal, our friends took us to Chao Phraya. We loved it! Our server Tony was excellent. We shared a bottle of Liberty School Cab Paso Robles. Our soups & aps were delectable. Each of us ordered a diff Main course so we had the chance to try tgem all. Well it was so good that I invited 3 other friends to have dinner w us the next night. This time i asked to add coconut milk to my shrimp tom yum soup - everyone loved it & asked for one. I ordered nmbr 137 - excellent. Trip almost over, i went back w 2 other friends again 2 nights ago. They have very inexpensive wine specials. The food was again filling & succulent. I’ll be back on my mext visits for sure. I’m already having withdrawals.
Awesome Thai food. It was nicely seasoned, interesting dishes.
We had a good time and the food was good. The duck salad was very good . Overall, we all enjoyed our meal.
Luxurious space. Price is a bit steep, but food is great and service is spectacular.
This was our 2nd time at Chayo Praya this year, after having not been in many years. Once again, we were most impressed. Nice ambience, good service, fair wine prices, but most of all, fabulous Asian cuisine. Every single dish tasted fresh and clean, with the quality of the ingredients and preparation coming through in every bite. What a pleasure to experience an Asian meal and not come away from the restaurant with that heavy feeling. In particular, I would wholeheartedly recommend the beef with broccoli and oyster sauce, the chicken in peanut sauce with crispy chicken, and the sticky rice.
Always good over the years.
Parking in gas station across the street $10. & restaurant takes $5. Off the bill
Amazing food as always! This is our go-to Thai restaurant and it never disappoints. Fresh and flavourful, I see no need to even try another Thai restaurant in Montreal.
I've been going to this restaurant for years and rate everything about it as excellent (maybe not the value).
On this occasion, I'm rating one specific dish as poor (#154). The tofu was overcooked, lacked flavour and was like eating rubber.
The saving grace was the way the owner apologized to me for my experience and offered to reimburse me. He wasn't just going through the motions- he was sincere in his apologies.
Chao Phraya wil remain on the list of one of my favourite Thai restaurants.
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