A quality operation all the way around. The type of restaurant you would expect to find in an upscale community. The room is quiet and attractively decorated. Service is professional, no gaps and no imitation striving to be current. The food is well prepared and well presented. I would not classify it as a destination, but it is well worthwhile.
How can you trust the opinions of someone who says "there are very few good places to eat in Tucson"? I can name dozens off the top of my head, and I would include Bai Thong among them. As an immigrant from the Bay Area, my standards for Thai food are pretty high, and Bai Thong is the only Thai place here I can abide (although I've never tried Thai China Siam on Oracle). Bai Thong isn't spectacularly good but I'm always happy with what I get--e.g. the shrimp with pineapple (somewhere around #6 on the entrees), the smoked/dried beef appetizer (whatever it's called)--and the Thai tea ice cream is great.
Went there for their Valentine's Special Dinner - amazing!
The food is very good and the portions are huge. The cramped space is balanced by friendly service & a neighborly effort to please.
Cool week this week.. show keeps building.. tell all your friends and bring em out to listen, sing, or play~
Good prime rib sandwiches, make sure you share because they are huge!
Small place but very good pizza, and good friendly service.
We had the heart attack pizza and it was great!!!
Bentley's has excellent soups and other fare, as well as great coffee drinks. The atmosphere is comfortable and airy. The staff has a complete list of all menu ingredients so for vegans or gluten intolerant/dairy intolerant diners this is an excellent place to eat. Be aware that while there is WiFi, it is cut during the lunch rush so they can accommodate their lunch crowd. People tend to use Bentley's as an office, which can make finding a table problematic. Clients should be sensitive to the owner's business needs and free up tables when necessary. This is a great place for desserts as well - overall high food quality, everything made fresh. Highly recommended!!!
What a great room, great service, food..
Love the atmosphere and the food has always been great. Fabulous desserts!
Great Persian food, especially since I didn't expect to see one in Tucson! I plan to go there next time I'm in Tucson. Persian food, in my opinion, is better than Greek or Indian (although I do love Indian food). Not spicy but very flavorful is prepared properly.
I just wish the atmosphere was nicer.
The food is fast, consistent and good. As a friend from East Europe said, "It is a coffee shop just like in American movies."
I don't know what the previous two commenters ate, but this place is actually pretty good. The pizza is flavorful, kind of a wheaty/honey crust that I enjoy. We've taken friends here also and they've always liked it. Service is fast and friendly, too. I guess the commenter above owes me $5, because I can honestly look him in the eye and tell him I enjoy Boston's!
This place is a keeper. Need I say more?
much needed fun and entertainment in the Foothills! Thanks!
Very good food and service, but bring your wallet!! Fleming's is chain but don't let that turn you off. While their Tucson location isn't their best it's still real good! Serious food for those who don't mind spending the bucks. This place is a notch or two above both Sullivan's and Mc Mahon's. For sure, Fleming's is a snob's paradise.
Haven't tried the food but Penelope at the bar is quick with service and very friendly. Drinks were cheap, around 3 bux for our Smirnoffs I think. The girl DJ was smokin and had us dancing all night!!!
Good food, but pricey.
Arguably the best Vietnamese restaurant in Tucson. The flavors are spot on! The service is fast and freindly. Best of all, you don't have to put up with the crowded noisy college atmosphere of Miss Saigon on a Friday night (or any other night for that matter).
You just don't get it. More for the rest of us!
So far the best Thai in Tucson (and I've had some of the best in LA). Nothing fancy, just good Thai food.
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