Best for vegetarians. The herbal salad is unforgettable and hits the spot after yoga. Best pad kee mao in vegas. I visit this restaurant often. Much better in my opinion than lotus of siam.
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Excellent Thai restaurant off the Strip. Huge menu. Expansive vegetarian menu. My family is here regularly. Reasonable prices and good service. Not on the Strip but not Strip prices either.
Shut out by two other neighbouring Thai places closed for the lunch hour, stopped into Komol. Good choice as it turns out. Disregard the fact that it is located in a dumpy strip mall among other eateries off the Vegas strip. Decor is ok but a little dated after 30yrs in business. Licensed, reasonable prices and decent portions. $50 bill... More
Looks better on the inside than the outside. Great menu, everything we try always tastes amazing. Go in a group and try a few different dishes. Recommend the Beef Salad & Herbal Salad 🥗 The Pad Thai isn't the best, more like spaghetti 🍝
Went 2 x in Dec. Great caring staff. Gentile spirits. Good food but 2nd time I ordered a chef special omelet and that I could have made easily at home. It was Soo soo Crispy orange chicken to dry and not enough meat. I would stick with traditional Thai instead.
Best Thai food i ever had. Everything tastes amazing. Worth the money. Location is not so good inspite of that i recommend to everyone.
Stumbled onto this restaurant after long waits at Siam of Tokyo and Aranow (not sure of spelling, located next door). Once the food came, I knew why there was no wait. Service was slow but friendly. We only ordered 2 dishes: Tai Fried Rice (ample shrimp but super bland) and the Pepper Steak (overcooked, sparse pieces of beef accompanied by... More
For as long as I've been in Vegas, I had never heard of Komol, until trying it last night! I love myself some good Thai, and this one ranks extremely high on my Thai restaurant list! We enjoyed some fresh papaya salad, spicy tom ka soup, and larb (meat and mint salad), my first time trying larb! It's funny that... More
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