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Posted by Thai Food Lover on 09/23/2008
Food with good taste and nice portion. Service is very very bad comapring to other Thia restaurants. Waitresses are talking to each behind the bars. Not even ask how you like the food... Terrible Service
Posted by Sticky Rice #1 on 05/07/2008
I've been to other Thai places and nothing can't beat Stick Rice this place is awsome siply tasty authentic.. 3 THUMBS UP
Posted by Kayat on 02/18/2008
Sticky rice is a pretty good Thai rest. Most impressive is the extensive menu of traditional and new Thai dishes not available at most US rest. I can't say it's the best Thai that I've had. The dishes I've really enjoyed here are few such as Yum Woon Sen, quail, and sticky rice! I was surprised about their wide variety of desserts! Ok, not too impressive dishes: Crying tiger (sweet soy marinated beef, yawn) Larb (not really into roasted dried chile, also tendonous bits included) Yum Noodle (flat noodles just way too big) Pla Gung (would be better minus the over powering ginger, and maybe addition of green apple shreds) Yum Banana Blossom- Warning this is with CANNED banana blossom! So if you were picturing fresh, beaware! Those unaware of BB, when canned, it basically tastes like canned artichoke hearts. Red Curry- standard
Posted by Food Loving Family on 01/04/2008
Sticky Rice has the best chicken pad thai EVER!!! They also have some strange things like fried worms. If you want thai spare ribs that is the place to get them. Sticky Rice is a very exotic place.
Posted by Anonymous Julie on 12/21/2007
I highly recommend the restaurant's namesake. Hand-form pats of sticky rice and eat whatever on them - bits of meat, vegetables... steamed rice is amazing stuff. The value is great, you'd be quite well fed at $15 a person (we spent $22 for two), and BYOB very convenient. Portions are sufficient, and of good quality. Service is attentive without hovering. Hard to say about atmosphere - the plating is nice, selections in tableware are good and well-coordinated, though hailing from differing manufacturers, and I was pleased to be brought a clean plate between appetizer and main dish. But the walls... they are pretty bright. The menu has a lot of options, and lots of northern Thai, which isn't typical of Thai restaurants. I'll definitely be back.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/02/2006
Really good Thai food at affordable prices. The dining rooms a little bright and funky, but you can bring your own bottle of wine and eat really well. Some great appetizers - don't miss the duck and lychee curry.
Posted by S. Meinkind on 08/29/2006
Sticky Rice serves some of the best Thai food I've eaten in Chicago. The extensive menu leans toward some of the less familiar dishes of Northern Thailand, but there are plenty of old favorites if you're not in an adventurous mood. Here are some of the dishes we've enjoyed: Mee Grob Thai Fried Chicken Northern Thai Sausage Chicken and Spinach Curry Ground Chicken with Green Beans Pineapple Fried Rice (served in a hollow pineapple) Thai Sticky Rice The ambiance is strictly casual, portions are generous and service is friendly and attentive. BYOB.