Fort Collins’ Thai Pepper restaurant serves mediocre standards. The Tom Yum noodle soup was bland, and the Pad See Ew had a strange taste. The appetizers were the highlight of the meal. Seems reasonably priced. I wouldn’t go out of your way for this small restaurant.
Cozy quiet restaurant conveniently located, our orders were taken promptly and the food came out pretty quick. We ordered pork pad Thai, beef curry and wontons. All we’re good and flavorful, I wouldn’t say the ‘best Thai ever’ but certainly consistent and comfort Thai!
Cute place across from CSU. We were able to get a seat quickly and they came to take our orders in a timely fashion. I ordered the pineapple curry with shrimp. Yum! Lots of veggies and shrimp with a wonderful sauce. My husband had a different city but liked mine more. We both enjoyed our visit! Nicely marked menu with about half of the items being gluten free. I appreciate this as I have Celiac's.
I dined in for a quick bite after getting out of classes and ordered the "what a feeling" wok dish with tofu. The couple who runs the place we're super nice and accommodating. My food came quick and hot. I loved how it was actually spicy and the sauce was delicious and the rice was perfect! Thank you for a great meal!
I was so disappointed eating at Thai Pepper for the first time. I ordered Kra Pao for takeout. 1. I ordered a dish without bamboo shoots but my dish was filled with them. 2. The portion size was way too small. My dish was a dinner entree for $15.95 and the portion was smaller than what I would expect for a lunch order. 3. The flavor was bland. I had to season myself at home so I could enjoy it. I won’t eat here again.
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