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Posted by Sherlie Perez on 04/24/2011
I had a very pleasant dine-in experience several months ago and vowed to return. I ordered the same menu item today as a take-out and it was much less than my money's worth (in quality and quantity). I could count on one hand the small, very thinly sliced pieces of chicken (I would say less than 1 ounce) in the ginger chicken. My first thought was they were economizing. I called and talked to the manager who said chefs are trained to count pieces of chicken (8) and they are very professional in doing their jobs. He offered to provide extra meat on my next order. Sadly, I will not return to Tac Quick.
Posted by thoughtfulcriticperspective on 07/07/2009
While a TAC Quick guest in the past, I tolerated the staff’s poor attitude and dining room service in order to enjoy good Thai food. Last night though, I decided to try a different approach – delivery. Good food without disappointing human interaction was what I thought I would get. However, I received a cold, dry block of rice noodles with meager pad thai accoutrements, rubbery, greasy pot stickers and an apathetic response to my request that TAC Quick correct the substandard food they served me. management member repeatedly told me, “it’s the way it’s supposed to be” and “it’s not fresh … it gets that way in transit.” The man on the other end of the phone also replied, “the restaurant can’t refund or remake the order because the kitchen is closing.” Unfortunately, at a cost of $16.65 – $4.95 pot stickers/$6.95 pad thai/$4.75 tax and delivery – last night’s dinner was supposed to be a treat. Before I conceded, I informed the man that I would post the above review and boycott his restaurant. All that I’ve stated above begs the question to TAC Quick, what is the cost of bad business practice? The loss of my patronage may not be substantial. Undoubtedly though, the above review will impact some readers and point their business toward other, more delicious and friendly Thai restaurants.
Posted by Rebhop on 07/02/2009
Good Thai food off there regular menu, but have been rearing great things about the Thai menu they hold back. We brought a couple bottles of wine and had an enjoyable dinner 2 different nites. It's not the most beautiful interior but as they say,good enough for the girls we go out with. But seriously it's a great little place.
Posted by Matt on 04/20/2008
So.....Tac is quite possibly the best thai restaurant I have ever eaten at. Everything is fresh. The vegetable they use are always fresh. Nothing I have eaten there has tasted old or had been previously cooked/prepared ahead of time. The dumplings they make for there dumpling soup are fresh. Good atmosphere. I was reading on here someone claimed that cozy noodles was better. It's not really. The food is them same, but boring. i.e. no flavor,over cooked vegetables, very cramped.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2008
Awesome food. Everything is so tasty and delicious, I could eat here every night. My husband has never been a big fan of thai food and he loves this place...he even asks to go!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/23/2007
Simply put... this is the best thai food in town.
Posted by leonard on 03/16/2007
try cozy noodles, better over all and fairly close. the pot stickers are the best i've had though.