overpriced and corporate feel, so-so food. Wouldn't go back, food was only so-so and the price tag would have been okay for a great meal, but it left a lot to be desired. Very corporate feeling to the ambiance, they tried too hard to be "authentic" and it just feels fake.
Great Ambience in Beaverton!. I am not a fan of thai food, and typhoon did not change my mind. however, the members of my party who do like thai food tell me that typhoon serves a good curry - JT had the green curry with chicken, which was $11, and he devoured the entire thing, including the rice that we ordered. shmackyrelish had some eggplant dish with shrimp, and she liked that. i had the halibut, which came served with the best presentation i have ever gotten - it was like a piece of artwork on my plate. and not too bad tasting, to this non-thai fan. i wouldn't order it again - it was $22 for what was essentially pretty fish. we also ordered the calamari and the potstickers - the menu called them a delicate thai version, but that turned out to just mean "smaller than usual". however, both appetizers were very tasty - the calamari came dipped in a light tempura batter which was just a tad peppery for my tastes, but still palatable. we even ordered dessert - shmack had a mango/rasberry cheesecake, and she liked some of it. our total bill came to almost $100, so it's very pricey for my wallet. good date spot. we saw some families with kids, but it wouldn't be my first choice for a night out with the babies.
Nouveau Thai in The Round.
Elegant interior w/ private feel, even though it was a large area. Bar could get loud. Formal but casual enough for families. We were there on a Thursday evening about 7pm.
Nouveau Thai cuisine, not traditional, but also not overly sweet like a lot of supposed traditional. I had the eggplant w/ shrimp. I also had the pumpkin soup (w/ cocnut, ginger and cilantro pesto) YUM. It was very savory, and that savory flavor was a thread throughout the items I ordered. We also had the tempura batter fried calamari, and potstickers. All very tasty. Calamari was tender. The portions were generous for nouveau. Carnivorous_pretzel had the battered & fried halibut, and J had the green curry chicken. Everyone was satisfied. For dessert I had the raspberry and mango cheesecake. It was infused with these fruits with a squirt of raspberry syrup. It was creamy and tasty. The crust was thick, and like dry poundcake. I didn't like that part. I also had the young cocnut juice as my drink. It was good!
Service was attentive. We were served by the bartender. He was a little short on answers to detailed questions regarding specific menu items, but offered good service, especially considering we were pretty demanding by the nature of our moods, and picky flavor requirements..
very gracious & fast service, wonderful food. I am not big on Thai food, but Typhoon really helped open me up to it by doing such a wonder job o nthe food and having excellent wait staff and hosts. i am always impressed with how nice everyone is. The various dishes I have fried, including the chicken pad thai, crab pad thai and green beans with chicken are awaesome. The fruity and traditional Thai ice teas are very uniquie- frothy and delicious. The atmosphere is warm modern meets asian, with beautifully flowing sheers fabric panels thru ut the restaurant.
good food, but inconsistent service. i went twice to typhoon and had pad thai and another noodle dish (pad nahn? can't remember). my mom had green curry. both pad thai and green curry were excellent but pad nahn? wasn't that good. it came swimming in salty sauce and i didn't care for it. service was good the first time, but the second time the waiter took away the plates and cloth napkins as we sat down. when I asked for napkins he brought paper napkins. i had to wonder, why have cloth napkins if they're gonna take them away before you eat? it definitely worsened the otherwise good dining experience.
a little over priced but good. The food was good. Atmosphere is great. Service is very good. Prices are a little high. It's odd for a Thai restaurant to charge extra for rice.
Classy Thai fusion pulls into the Beaverton Round station..
Part of the district off Hall Boulevard, this fourth incarnation of Typhoon sits right on the MAX line. A modern-industrial feel (retractable garage doors, black ceilings, clean lines) is tempered by gauzy drapes, field stone and driftwood salmon sculptures swirling overhead. Entrees include decadent curries like seafood-packed Gulf of Siam and duck curry with juicy pieces of pineapple and red grapes. The tea menu is one of the best in town.
Great food!. My husband and I visit Typhoon on a regular basis (mostly the downtown location). Always great food!
Typhooey. Actually, it wasn't all that bad. However, for the "cha-ching" that comes out of your wallet, I would've expected better. The dishes were decent and flavorful, but on the salty side ... and not exactly authentic. But, for Americanized Thai food, it was better than other Thai restaurants -- however at the same time, not worth a return visit for the hefty $$ they charge. Our server was friendly and prompt and the ambience was quite nice, so this gets an ever so slight nudge from "average" to "recommended." More of a date place though, not for families. They don't even have baby change stations in the bathrooms.
The service. service was bad, and inorganized. I wouldn't recommend anyone to go in there unless the management can be improved.
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