4301 D Valley Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566, USA
phone: +1 925-425-7333
Authentic comfort Thai food, fresh and healthy, great customer service, modern presentation, convenient location with designated parking spaces for take out Food and Wine (Upcoming)
Thank you for your interest in our place. We offer several tasty dishes by one of the best Thai chefs in the Bay Area. Our location is very easy to find and plenty of parking available. Please come by and give us the opportunity to serve you.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Takes Reservations: Yes
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Accepts Apple Pay: No
Accepts Android Pay: No
Good For: Lunch, Dinner
Parking: Street, Private Lot
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Good for Groups: Yes
Noise Level: Average
Outdoor Seating: No
Has TV: Yes
Waiter Service: Yes
Author: Dave Howe
Short staffed for rush Lunches but the food is good. They just need another cashier and server and they will be great. Their own sauces and ways of cooking a bit different, but good flavors are there. They accommodate large groups and have hot Thai Tea besides iced. Chicken Stay and Pad Thai was interestingly different. My pineapple curry fried rice was Spot On. My chicken for my friend wAS crispy. Will be back to avoid crowded Lunches. They did good. We will all three try dinner next time. Perhaps another Seafood or fish green curry.
Author: Austin S. Lin
Food is really great and prepared, served, and managed by a very friendly staff. The staff is easily overwhelmed during busy times, which could translate into long waits: waiting to get seated, waiting to place an order, waiting for the food to arrive.
Depending on your sensitivity to these frequent delays (and how hungry you happen to be while you're waiting!) this reality is either worth the wait or annoyingly unbearable. We've seen tables just take another sip of their drinks and power through while others angrily storm off, one-star Yelp ratings and scathing Local Guides reviews likely already queued up on their phones.
The Bangkok Dumplings are a tasty appetizer and the Mango Seven is a refreshing non-alcoholic beverage which is, methinks, 7-Up + fresh mango chunks + mint. You can't go wrong with any of the noodle dishes--perennial Thai favorites like Pad Thai or Lad See Ew are just-right portioned and lick-your-plate enjoyable.
The storefront can be a little hard to see as you turn off Valley Ave, but just look for the larger Perry's Liquors light-up sign, a long time landmark in this otherwise time-worn strip mall complex, and is easier to see when pulling into the parking lot.
As of this writing New Thai Bistro closes at 9pm each night, including weekends, so plan (or don't plan) accordingly.
Author: Mila_ 0921
Checked out this new spot for the first time and the staff are very welcoming! Greeted me with smile and offered tea even before ordering from their menu. They also kept my son busy coloring and a car toy to play with while we wait. Great options on the menu and price is reasonable. Would definitely come back for lunch or dinner with all my boys! :)