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Posted by thai lover on 07/11/2009
This place is absolutely amazing- the food is outstanding and their lunch special is unbelievable. You get to choose a small appetizer, soup and entree starting at $6.50.
Posted by Rambler on 05/19/2009
We live across the street from dib and absolutely love it. We switch between sushi to Thai on any given night and order at least four to five time a month. I guess that equates to about once a week... The Black & White sushi is the best and their Mussaman chicken rivals anything from Siam Noodle on Sheridan (also good, but doesn't come close to the charming atmosphere of dib). Granted they don't have have the upscale draw of Agami, but for a value meal, great taste, and delightful service, try dib.
Posted by Mark & Ann on 11/18/2007
This eatery has a very pleasant admosphere that belies its location. Food is presented very artistically. Everything is delicious, but try the the Mussaman Curry Beef ,Basil Chicken, Teryaki Salmon, Taro Custard Desert, and Crispy Green Chicken. We're also partial to the Shrimp Tempura Maki. Not only does Dib have outstanding Thai and Japanese food , but the staff there are very family friendly. They gave our 3 year old Leah training chop-sticks and the waitresses fawn over the kids. Most Kids ask to go to McDonalds ours asks to go see her friends Linda, Thai, and Bom at Dib!
Posted by Local Dib Addict on 08/29/2007
I have eaten Thai all over the city, and this is my favorite neighborhood Thai restaurant. The only other places that compare are Thai SookDee in Evanston and Siam Rice in the loop. The Basil Chicken is amazing - very authentic, with great flavor, just the right amount of spice, and properly portioned chicken. The Crab Rangoon are also amazing. I used to eat at Preah Whan before it turned into Dib, and Dib is MUCH better. The service is fine, but I order delivery at least twice a week; one week, I ordered 4 nights in a row.
Posted by Joe on 06/23/2007
Uptown's latest sushi addition was an inexpensive surprise full of great service, no corking fee, and delicious food. Must try the sashimi, but skip the Thai selection.