Noodle Wave sets a sophisticated tone within the dining space that is reflected onto their expansive menu. This metro Dallas Thai restaurant prepares traditional dishes that can be ordered at four different levels of heat-very mild to blazingly hot. You´ll find soups, noodles and stir-fried rice dishes, Thai curries and an array of salads and appetizers on the extensive menu.
The spaces have been redefined and offer diners an elegant, contemporary-Asian theme with rich colors and lighting. If you´re looking for a Thai restaurant in Richardson into which you can escape the hustle and high priced meals of the more metro Asian eateries, you´ll love the vibe, selection and cost at Noodle Wave. Lunch and dinner menu prices are featured and tofu can be substituted to satisfy vegetarian sensibilities. Swing by Noodle Wave today for traditional, affordable Thai food.
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Hands down, my favorite Thai restaurant in DFW. I am from Southeast Asia, so you can say I know what good Thai food should taste like. I think they come pretty close to being authentic because the flavors of all their dishes are really robust! Everything is seasoned right and nothing is bland or catered to the average American palate. They can get pretty busy, so thank goodness they take reservations for a party of 6 or more. We've celebrated a few parties here, bringing our own bottle of wine to enjoy. They can handle a big crowd and we never really have to wait long for our food.
If you were to ask me what is my favorite dish here, it would be a very very hard question to answer. Seriously, everything I've tried here is good! But my usuals are ladna, pad kee mao, crab fried rice, basil chicken and papaya salad.
Be careful out in the parking lot though! It's kind of in a sketchy shopping center and sometimes I don't feel safe walking to my car when it's dark outside. Maybe I'm just paranoid because I've never had anyone bother me.
They do have a second location in Mckinney, which is closer to my home, but you know nothing is ever as good as the original.