15880 Wolf Rd, Orland Park
Great food and prices. Highly recommend the drunken noodles with tofu ?Food: 5/5
Very nice atmosphere the food was excellent my first time Eating Thai Food Joey and his Wife are awesome, I'll refer this business to everyone. I purchased multiple items my first time the food was not bland it had flavor i really ? enjoyed it.Food: 5/5
You'll never find anything quite like their Garlic Fried Rice and I know Thai food. The owner is a very friendly woman who never fails to smile even though the phone rings off the hook constantly. This place is fantastic.Food: 5/5
Indra's is authentic Thai and all of our food was seasoned perfectly. All the portions are small and the eggrolls should appear on the menu as micro or bite-sized because they are ridiculously small. I ordered the spicy basil chicken which was very good but I am not a fan of ground chicken and the menu does not specify that. The Tom Yum Soup was excellent but the three shrimp in it were very small. My wife ordered the drunken noodle with chicken and was able to find 4 very small slices of chicken mixed into the dish. The Thai fried rice with chicken was barely enough for two and was very light on the chicken. Our bill was $65.00 (very pricey) It was the first time eating Asian food and I didn't have to wait the full hour to be hungry again.Parking: No problem, plenty of parking.
Delicious! I had the basil fried rice with chicken and their chicken egg roll. The basil fried rice has green beans, yellow peppers, and onions with fresh cucumbers on the side. The cooked veggies had a nice crunch to it that complimented the rice and chicken well. The person I was with had the curry fried rice and he enjoyed the food too. We came on a Friday around 4:30 PM and we were the only ones there. The food was really good and the place is clean. I’d definitely come again.
This is the most authentic Thai food I’ve had so far. flavorful, original and best service. Drunken noodles was bomb! Me and my husband very enjoyed eating here. Mai Thai cocktail was very good. Definitely come back!
Best Thai food in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. Always served with great hospitality and love!! Recommend to everyone I know. Amy and the staff is truly amazing. Thanks for all you do ??
Hidden gem!! Absolutely recommend and will be coming back. We stumbled upon this restaurant after a day of shopping. So we were definitely hungry. We ordered 2 appetizers, cucumber salad and the Thai eggs rolls. For our entrees we got Cashew chicken and Asparagus Chicken. Everything was very appealing to the eyes and scrumptious! Portions were adequate. But if you're starving, maybe order another appetizer.Regarding the actual restaurant, it was spacious and restrooms were clean.Try it for yourself!
This is the best Thai spot I have ever had. My boyfriend and I are foodies and we rarely go to the same restaurants, but we would most definitely come back. The Thai coffee and jasmine tea were great. The chicken satay was so moist and juicy. The peanut sauce was very clearly homemade and was fantastic. I got the spicy pad see eiw and he got the spicy drunken noodles(this one is super spicy). They both were absolutely delicious and seasoned perfectly. We got fried Bananas with vanilla ice cream and green tea ice cream for dessert. They were both absolutely mouthwatering, especially the Bananas. The service was great and our waitress was very nice and attentive. The food is a bit of a wait to cook, but be patient because the best homemade food takes time. All in all it was a very good experience.
Best authentic Thai food I had around the area. The curry is very good. And specifically recommend their mango sticky rice!
DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS PLACE!! You will feel like you've been robbed. Thought i'd try a new place, based on their reviews.
Overview: This is a nice, clean, quiet restaurant with friendly wait staff... but, the food was really bad, to the point that it was almost insulting. Shrinkflation is real. We ordered chicken larb, a curry, tea for two, and rice. The bill came out close to $50. The larb was some ground chicken topping a plateful of iceberg lettuce. Although the curry was described as having about 5 different ingredient, all we saw was chicken (which we paid extra for) and sliced potato. In addition to the subpar ingredients, the curry was loaded with msg. Conclusion: Shrinkflation is making it really difficult to go out to eat anymore. As consumers, we are paying more for our meals, which is fine, but when we get our meals they are half the size and mainly filler ingredients. The pandemic and inflation has been hard on small businesses, but meals like this are convincing me it's better to cook at home.
Prepare for tiny portions (less than half of other places). And prices are 50% higher. Taste is good but compared to others "just okay." Otherwise the restaurant is clean and generally nice people.
Everything was delish. Garlic fried rice is a favorite. Will definitely be back soon. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Excellent food! Freshly made and just the right balance of spice. Will absolutely be back!
15880 Wolf Rd, Orland Park, IL 60467