Customer service was AWESOME and I am a very picky eater and they made my order perfectly! I got the fried rice with calamari (minus the fried rice part and sub brown rice and no fried on the calamari) and it was DELICIOUS! Our water never went halfway empty!
Best Thai Food in Denver!.
If you love Pad/Pud Thai, you have to go to Swing Thai. Their Pad (or Pud, as they call it) Thai is seasoned perfectly, and very tasty. For an appetizer, you have to try either the Satay Chicken or Beef. YUM!! I've tried other Thai restaraunts such as Thai Basil, but Swing Thai is the best. They have 3 locations, and all are equally yummy. All locations have very courteous staffers as well.
Not brilliant, but very good.
I've eaten at Swing Thai twice, and have been impressed and surprised both times. The wait-staff are very friendly and courteous...delightful, really. The mixed drinks are big and delicious. The Drunken Noodles are very good, and the green curry is just as it should be. Don't be fooled by the exterior or neighborhood; it may look like a take-out place, but it is more. I've also eaten at Tommy's Thai, and prefer Swing Thai's food considerably.
If you break the center piece they will try to charge you $25 for it!.
We accidently broke the candle center piece. Our waitress said it was written policy to charge ther person $25 for the candle. I asked to see the written policy. They said it was not a policy.
We asked to speak to a manager. They said they are not allowed to contact the owner or manager. He gave me a phone # and said it was an automated service. Just leave your name and he will call you back.
He told me that, they are discouraged from calling the owner or manager.
The receipt for the broken candle comes on a separate receipt. Not an official restaurant cash register receipt.
They say they check each candle every morning to make sure it is not broken.