I've really liked this place every time I have ordered here. I've been trying to get my boyfriend into it but for some reason, even if he orders something that is medium/mild level spicy, it ALWAYS comes out almost inedibly spicy. I order my food to be hot or very hot, and somehow it is less spicy than his. They need to somehow figure out how to manage their spice levels. Also, he has gotten the pineapple fried rice most times, so maybe it has something to do with that dish, despite the fact that the menu does not say that peppers are meant to be included in it. Very strange.
A wonderfully quiet, neighborhood place, even though it's right across the street from CSU, and even though it was a Saturday night. The food was excellent, as was the service, given the Buddhist traditions of the owner. Also very reasonably priced. We'll go back the next time we're in FoCo.
So friendly, so peaceful, and oh so tasty. Thank you Thai Pepper 🌶 (GF/DF options are great)
I’ve been coming here since 2009 and the quality of their food was always great. For the past 3 years the orders have been slacking. I like to order the Pad Thai but different ingredients were always missing. Basically just the noodles, choice of protein with some strings of cabbage and the sauce that’s it, where are the vegetables that make it a pad Thai plus eggs and peanuts? (Ok maybe it’s omitted because of common allergies) I called to ask why. Apparently you have to pay extra for the veggies to make it 100% pad Thai which I didn’t realize the change because vegetables were included in the past. Then Husband likes to order the Kee Mao and a couple times it was messed up but we let it go. However, this time was the worst. We drive up from Berthoud to Fort Collins to pick up the noodle order. After pick up we check the order in the car and the noodles lacked color (marinade sauce)! the noodles were straight up white noodles but did have vegetables I called them back immediately and told them about the disappointing order. They offered to remake it. We received it and husband decided to eat the new Kee Mao order. The disappointment continues. They squirt SOY SAUCE all over for color and amped up the chili to make it extra spicy. Where’s the sauce?? I also notice the portion was much smaller! That second chance made it final for me. There is no longer a consistency on their recipes. Price has increased which I understand because FoCo is growing and rent is getting higher but the quality and quantity is cut back. Not worth the price. I would like to give a one star rating for recent experience but even though we used to frequent a lot and enjoy in the past, I will leave two stars instead.
Edit: updated review after learning of change in ownership. Have not been since but rating reflects what I would have given current owners' last restaurant, Toy's Thai Cafe.
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