Thai Inn

900 S Rochester Rd
Rochester Hills, MI 48307



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March 28th, 2012

This is more than food... its gods gift to the earth. The minute I think (not even a smell) of this place my mouth overflows with saliva. The best way to have it is: 1. No Peanuts 2. Medium Plus - If your a man 3. No soy - The packet soy is better so get XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXtra of that +3 packs xtra on the side. 4. Fried 5. Rice Usually I can persuade my wife to get something close and eat that as well so if your a man and can do that also that a bonus.

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October 15th, 2011

This is the best Thai food that we have ever eaten, and we've tried a lot! My husband got me hooked on it a few year ago, and our children are, too. The hot and sour soup is terrific. Every item we have ever tried on the menu is fabulous. In fact, we are going to get in the car and go get some now! YUM! This is a jewel of a restaurant.

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October 1st, 2011

Thai Inn always did the best job. The food was great and the staff members were wonderful.

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August 31st, 2011

I love Thai food!! It was my first time to try Thai foods at Thai Inn as my neighbor recommended. I ordered couple items for carry out, like Hawaiian Fried Rice which is come with a spring roll and hot and sour soup.I also try their Panang curry chicken and Thai Inn crispy chicken (#T1). The foods was delicious, especially, Thai Inn crispy chicken. The hot and sour soup was great, different than other Thai restaurant that I had tried. The spring roll was fresh and crispy. Next time I have to order more spring rolls. I will never find Thai Inn if my neighbor didn't tell me because it hides at the corner of the strip mall in South Hills Plaza. I will recommend to my co-workers and I am sure that we will try to eat lunch there.

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June 20th, 2011

To all of you ignorant people … it makes me so mad that everyone will simply get into low level conclusions just because you might have gotten a bad day or the food was just not up to par once. There was no “renovation”. The whole strip mall got on fire and the owners had to shut down operations not because they wanted to, but because it was necessary to rebuild the structure. They also had very hard time getting money from the insurance company who in turn actually speculated if the accident was caused by an act of larceny, and during all this, they had to eat into their savings and deal with two small children. Bay the way, the restaurant never changed owners, Jack’s mom did die several years ago when he was still a child and simply had to carry on his families tradition and the need to take care of those that were still alive. So, if the silly “zucchini” turned out to be cucumber for one day, or if the waitress could not quite understand the customer’s complaint, it would probably be prudent to simply send it back and have them cook it for you again or leave. Any way, Thai Inn has be in business for well over 25 years and if they have to make the egg roll a bit smaller or put cucumbers on my food, I will certainly not have a problem considering how great their food is in general and what they have had to do over the years to sustain the business and manage it the way they do. I suppose that just because an airline does not give you a chicken and salad during your flight anymore, you will never fly again right!

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September 27th, 2009

Disappointing and horrible service. I know for a fact that Thai Inn has changed owners or accepted a new partner because I was friends with the previous/original owner who pasted away. I missed the original flavors and portions as well. I can definitely taste the difference between then and now. I recently went back to Thai Inn after moving back to Rochester Hills and ordered my favorite dish – zucchini pad chicken. Apparently they thought that it was acceptable to replace the zucchini with cucumber. When I told my waitress about the switch, she swore up and down that it wasn’t cucumber. When I challenged her to take a bit she refused. So I turned to the table next to me and ask someone to please verify the vegetable, which someone did, the waitress told me there’s nothing she can do. THEY DIDN”T EVEN BOTHER TO TAKE IT OFF THE BILL. So if you want lower quality Thai food by all means go to Thai Inn. BTW The owners are jack asses. I don’t even think that know what that means.

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August 15th, 2009

I've have been going to Thai inn for over 8 years now. Back in the day, the food was phenominal and bountifull. Their spring rolls were packed with fresh veggies and their dinners were overflowing off the plate and in the carryout. Everything that touched my tongue was a mini-orgasm of the taste buds. Over the years, they have started lacking in a few areas. When they shut down for renovations a few years ago, it was clear when the food came out, that this renovation had somehow effected the food as well. The spring rolls were half their size, the dinners were smaller & the prices stayedthe same. This bummed me out bigtimes, however, the quality of their food was still the smae. My favorite dishes taste just as good now as they did in the past. For this reason alone, I remain a loyal customer to this day. While your favorite thai place will change from time to time, the thing that eventually happens is, the dishes change and new recipies are used. However, as for Thai Inn, they have continued to use the exact same recipies over the years and I am greatful for that.

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February 27th, 2008

MISERABLE EXPERIENCE CARRY OUT MISTAKE NOT FIXED Do yourself a favor, skip the Thai Inn and go to a real Thai restaurant. When I opened my take out, the order was incorrect and I called. They said " Yes we made a mistake but JUST ADD SOME HOT SAUCE AND IT WILL TASTE BETTER. When I said that was unnaccetable they indicated they were unwilling to replace the mistake or make any reasonable jesture. I believe this restaurant is not Thai owned or operated. The food was not authentic and was typical of a Chineese owned "thai-style" restaurant.

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March 15th, 2007

This is simply the best Thai restaurant I have had the pleasure to eat at. The flavors are exquisite and the servings are big. The house soup is absolutely wonderful.

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