Thai Tip

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  • Address: 1512 Wyoming Blvd NE e, Albuquerque, NM 87112, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-5053237447
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids

To enjoy delectable platters straight from the authentic Thai cuisine, you can plan a visit to the Thai Tip while traveling in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Not only Thai, but you can also enjoy many popular Asian food items here and the range of vegan platters of this bistro is impressive too. The menu of this restaurant is really large. Some of the most preferred items of this eatery are Chicken Cashew, Silver Noodles, Thom Yum, Wonton Soup, Beef Salad Thai Style, and Thai Salad. The interiors of the Thai Tip restaurant are suitably decorated and you would love the ambiance of this place.

  • Bus 31 to stop - Wyoming @ Aspen
  • Buses 31, 98 to stop - Wyoming @ Constitution

  • Thai Tip Address: 1512 Wyoming Blvd NE e, Albuquerque, NM 87112, USA, United States
  • Thai Tip Contact Number: +1-5053237447
  • Thai Tip Timing: 24-hrs
  • Thai Tip Price: Free
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  • Good food, good service, good prices. Have been here for dinner a few times and it's always good. I hear they do a busy lunch business as well. We've always been able to get a table right away or after a less than 5-minute wait. There's a lot of take-out for dinner, so you may want to try that if you don't want a sit-down meal. Not sure how they prepare the tofu, but it's the best I've ever had.

  • Ugh! Really poor Thai. I don't what people are thinking? All of the great reviews for Thai Tip? What? Probably never had good Thai food before?! I ordered five dishes and threw two of them away. The steak salad was challenging because the steak was so tough it rendered the dish inedible. My dog liked it though. The cashew chicken was covered in a thick orange sauce with too many carrots and NO peppers or scallions or anything else. This dish should be bright, light and fresh instead of a heavy mess. Their mini spring rolls were very greasy with a nearly unidentifiable filling. Tasteless except for the oil. The special fried rice was interesting, certainly not authentic, but at least somewhat edible. Can't get good Asian food in the southwest so I make my own.

  • Good Thai food. New Mexico Hot is a little too hot. Place is small. Get there early for dinner or lunch it fills up quick. Curry's are excellent, Tom yum soup is the best, beef salad delicious. Parking kind of stinks due to the many surrounding businesses.

  • This is my favorite Thai place in town. John's tea is amazing and the Hot Basil Fried Rice is incredible! I get it every time! Oh and don't forget the mini egg rolls!

  • I love this place. The food is always delicious. The dining room setup is cozy and comfortable. The service is friendly and attentive.

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