Thai Spice

2933 N 108th St, Omaha
(402) 492-8808

Recent Reviews

bill hill

We eat here fairly often and it is always very good. Their lunch specials are inexpensive and more than enough to eat as well as being consistently delicious!Vegetarian options: There are lots of vegetarian and vegan optionsParking: Close and lots of spots always available

Joey Hellmann

This place has an amazing collection of Thai foods. If you're in to Showering Rama, they have it! They call it Popeye. It's amazing. If you're new to Thai food, I definitely recommend this dish. 10/10☆'s.

Cami Coulson

Not a fan. We love Thai and eat it a lot. Menu looked good but service was poor. Wouldn't give us individual plates. Made us use plates food was on. Nothing tasted right. Meat was hard to chew. Very salty.

Debora Mazariegos

It was a very gorgeous place, I absolutely loved their Thai tea and Sticky Mango. Their Tofu Rolls with Peanut sauce are amazing as well! Just didn’t like the Pad Thai that’s why I gave it a 4 star the sauce was overly sweet and the noodles were mushy. Besides the pad Thai everything else was amazing! Will definitely be back to try another entree.

Scott Foster

My first time here. I will make this a regular stop.I had the U-Don dinner (I wanted to try the spring rolls and vegetable balls) pad Thai chicken. Also had Tom Kha Gai soup to start. The soup was amazing. The pad Thai was excellent as well.Their menu is extensive so I’ll be back to try more.

Laurie D.

The BEST Thai food in Omaha PERIOD! I have a favorite and I call it Popeye.It's chicken & spinach with peanut sauce over rice. They never disappoint.If you're looking for authentic & delicious Thai food, give them a try. It's just south of 108th & Maple in the plaza on the east side of 108th. SO GOOD!!

Matthew Bandersnatch

Pad Thai + Chicken, Mango w/ Sweet Rice. Absolutely amazing, delicious and just the right amount of spice. Atmosphere is quaint and cozy. Service during lunch rush was good.Vegetarian options: Practically every dish can be ordered without meat.


The food is lacking seasoning and spice for Thai food and the spring rolls are filled with 100% cabbage and nothing else. The noodles are overcooked and were a sticky ball of mush. The food that has coconut milk in them is overly sweetened - the food is just OK overall and I wouldn't recommend this place.

Mrs. Hermangali

We ordered takeout. Nicely seasoned. They had not prepared our order (lost ticket, maybe? ) And quickly got to work on it upon our arrival, which was 20 minutes after we called it in.Vegetarian options: Nice tofu pad Thai

Sterling Fountain

Literally the BEST THAI FOOD IN OMAHA! The food is great with great portions and Ms.Brenda makes sure u are happy once you get there and happy when you leave!Bangkok Beef is my favorite but everything that I have tried has been beyond amazing.Vegetarian options: Absolutely!Kid-friendliness: Candies for the Littles when you leave.Dietary restrictions: They have tofu and all veggie meals. And you can request things be made without peanuts.


Overall the food is great. Service is ok, it would've been great but no hot tea was available. It appears that it would be a great place for carry out not dine in.

Anish R.

Lowkey this is the worst Thai food I've ever had in my life Service was quick but everything else was debilitating

Keenan Reilly

The food is as good as any place, but the service was terrible. My order was taken promptly enough over the phone, and was ready on time. The service I received from the front of house staff ruined the entire experience. The were terse, snappy, and unwelcoming. I am a tipper to a fault. That service warranted no tip, whatsoever.Wheelchair accessibility: May be difficult with the artwork just within the door.

Kara H.

Thai is usually on my mind and when I have the opportunity to try a new Thai restaurant with a friend I act on it. I had heard of Thai Spice from a few social media accounts and was intrigued by their affordable prices for both lunch and dinner. The menu had a decent amount of options to choose from, including some Thai staples. When I entered the establishment, I did have to wait for a while at the front to be seated. I understand that it might have been due to limited staff as it still is the case in many places.When I visit a Thai restaurant for the first time I usually order a classic. I have found if a restaurant can nail the classics then it can succeed with other dishes as well. One of my go to Thai dishes is Pad See Eew. The portion sizes of this Pad See Eew were satisfactory. Additionally, my friend and I were served quickly. However, I was not a fan of these noodles that were severed with my dish. They were slightly thicker and shorter width wise then other Pad See Eew dishes I have ordered. A personal preference but I prefer my rice noodles in this dish like fresh, silky cut sheets. Lastly, the brown sauce was good but it lacked that fresh Thai flavor that I so enjoy.

Ronee Fritcher

Absolutely love this place! The waitress is my favorite waitress I’ve had at any restaurant. Always leave satisfied and beyond happy. I would give this place 10 stars if I could. Always get the Bangkok chicken and chicken satay. I’ve tried many other Thai restaurants and none of them ever compare to how good this place is, always recommend to everyone I know. Major kudos to you guys❤️

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