I have always enjoyed Thai food so I was delighted to findthis restaurant in an area of Asheville that I frequent. It was decorated beautiful, clean, had great food and great service. In addition, there was plenty of parking. I will return .
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Noi's has been a regular delight for years. The Pad Thai is the signature dish, but my favorite is the Pad Kee Mao. The Fresh Roll is always excellent. The Mango Sticky Rice is now prohibited for me, but should never be missed. A wonderful...More
We ate at Noi's on the recommendation of our cabin's owner. The food was very good - the phad thai was a little heavier than usual, but very peanutty. The ginger seafood was light and flavorful. Masaman curry was soup-like with a lot of light...More
We love Noi's!! Always great, never disappointed. After trying many Thai restaurants Noi's wins. The owner is always friendly and conscientious. Because the food is cooked to order and always fresh, sometimes the orders can take some time. The owner is always aware and sometimes...More
We visit family in Asheville several times a yr & never miss a visit to Noi's. Staff is great and the food is consistently excellent. The Pad Thai and the Red & Green Currys are just the best. We've never had a bad meal there.
The restaurant is now simply called Thai Kitchen and the tradition of providing authentic Thai cuisine continues with the new owners. The Pad Thai is to be recommended, one of the best I have eaten.
We drove by because it was close to our hotel. Very good Thai food! Fast and friendly service. We had the fresh spring rolls and Thai beef salad for starters. I had the chicken Penang and my partner had the phad Thai. Pleasant dining room...More
This restaurant was very close to where we were staying and my friend had never tried Thai food so this was very special! The food was delicious and offered my friend plenty of vegan choices for her dinner. The food and the service were outstanding....More
And I eat it a LOT! Small local place with exceptional food. Curries deliciously fresh and seasoned well. Be sure to specify how hot you want it! Usual hotness is about a three I would say, if you don't specify.