Food is tasty, atmosphere is good but the owner lady is not polite. But other many servers are good. That made us uncomfortable.
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A recent convert to Sushi - but I've had it all over since. Little Bangkok is your best 'bang' for the buck.. the sushi is either VERY accessible and good for hardened sushi enthusiasts. You can get all those crispy rolls covered in sauces for the newbies or all the fresh raw goodies on that boat. Lots of salmon and... More
Ordered to go and had the Drunken Noodles. They were delicious with huge portion. Could definitely have split with another person- but unfortunately, I ate it all. I also ordered edamame and my only complaint were that some looked brownish. Another huge portion, so just avoided the brown ones. Could not finish it all anyway!
Truthfully, I was not expecting much from a restaurant called 'Little Bangkok' in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Perhaps a hole-in-the-wall mom and pop place with a decent Pad Thai. Instead I found, first, that East Grand Forks has beautifully developed its riverfront area, with a lovely waterfront park, and a large two-storied balconied structure overlooking it houses several restaurants, including... More
We love the Broken Heart roll and the spring roll appetizers at Little Bangkok. The owner, Som, is most gracious and always stops by to chat!
There are several sushi places in the Grand Cities area, and each of them has their own special draw to them. After several years of eating sushi here, I have always had a great meal. I reviewed Little Bangkok two years ago, and I thought it was time to do so again. You know, things change. Since Little Bangkok opened... More
The new location is more open and spacious than the original place on the corner that was about two blocks east. We had the Drunken Noodles, Fresh Spring Rolls, and the Bamee Gaeng and enjoyed all of them. The spring rolls came with a peanut sauce and the incredients were nice and crispy. The Drunken Noodles were a little oily,... More
My friend noticed there weren't many other diners. We figured it was because we came after regular lunch hours, but we quickly figured out why it was dead. We specifically came for Pho. When it arrived without cilantro and my friend asked for some the waiter told her they were out. She said she would have ordered something else if... More
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