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Fiesta Thai

6 Linjiang Lu, next to Traffic Hotel, Chengdu

Phone: (028) 85454530

Thai cuisine catering to a local palette. Try the lemongrass shrimp soup and the desserts. Vegetarian options limited.

RUNNER UP - "Best Asian Restaurant" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2007

  • Ricos
    July 26, 2012
    I heard that this was the best Thai restauant in Chengdu...and that makes me sad. The food was boring and tasteless, some of the dishes are more Sichuan than Thai style. Will not go back there again.
  • coryg
    January 14, 2012
    The food here is above average. It is not 100% Thai food as it is more Chinafied as another reviewer mentioned. The service is among the worst in Chengdu. I don't know what it is among some of the foreign restaurants in Chengdu although I would assume it is most likely the Management. Say what you want about Peter's Tex Mex but they do have excellent customer service. I will not be going back to this restaurant ever again.
  • aruna55555
    December 31, 2011
    are there any part time jobs here???
  • misubi
    December 11, 2011
    Very passable, but not authentic Thai food. It's like they took Chinese food and added basil and lime. The dishes were way too spicy. Inedibly spicy at times. I went there only because I friend bought a groupon.
  • xtine
    December 11, 2011
    Not the best Thai food I've ever had but I actually like it and have eaten here 5-6 times. The minced beef is so good but yes, too oily. They also have light fare and vegetarian...they have a vermicelli noodle soup with vegetables that is not very Thai but good. The green curry is fair - it wasn't bad at all. They have a great assortment of drinks...fresh coconuts they open for coconut water. Pretty decent dessert selection - Chinese mostly but light/fruity. The service is friendly - I think I've had to wait longer at some times when they are busy but I'll keep going back.
  • hapatofu
    July 14, 2009
    Often hailed as the city's best Thai food. Unfortunately, the competition isn't what one might call stiff. A meal will set you back around 50 kuai per person (more with drinks), and the food is far from authentic, and also not even that close to what the more critical among us might call "good." Much of it is seems to be catering to Sichuan tastes: over-oiled, overpeppered.
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