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Royal Thai Bistro Review - 2017 - Tacoma
By Don & Peggy Doman

The sign and front window at Royal Thai Bistro Fircrest - image.


Soup of the day at Royal Thai Bistro Fircrest - image.We were about half a mile away from Taco Time, just across the street from Tacoma Community College when Peg said, let's go to the Royal Thai instead. We can do without fried food. The Royal Thai is about a hundred yards difference in distance in Fircrest. It was a perfect switch. Not fried and more veggies. And perhaps even quicker.


We parked and went inside. We looked over the full menu, the selected menu and the lunch menu. I ordered the Sweet Basil vegetable selection with tofu, while Peg ordered the chicken and vegetables along with two fresh rolls.


The soup was too spicy for Peg, so I got two cups of soup. My only comment was, "Whoa, the flavor is much like the goulash at Rhein Haus." We had just dined there on Saturday evening. For me the soup was excellent. Big chunks of mushrooms, a tasty tomatoey broth with a little kick!


Fresh rolls at Royal Thai Bistro Fircrest - image.The lunch orders all come with the soup of the day, a service of pad Thai, and a pile of Jasmine rice. The fresh rolls came with a rice vinegar and chopped peanuts dipping sauce. Peg had half of one and I had the other half. One whole one came home for dinner. They were huge. Peg had another half for dinner and then for breakfast the next day.


The fresh rolls definitely tasted fresh. Crispy and fresh. The sauce was perfect for it. The fresh rolls cost $8.50. I didn't need one or even half a one for lunch, but I didn't refuse it.


Sweet and spicey basil at Royal Thai Bistro Fircrest - image.The left-over peanut sauce soaked nicely into my Jasmine rice. Although I asked for "Three Stars" of heat, my lunch was relatively mild. The Spicy Basil comes with stir-fried tofu and fresh chili garlic sauce, basil, green beans, onions, bamboo shoots, bell peppers, and mushrooms. The green beans were excellent. The combination of fresh vegetables and tofu were perfect. In the old days I would have ordered the lunch with pork . . . and then I began ordering pork and tofu. Now, I just order tofu. I appreciate the flavor and the texture.


Peg's vegetables and chicken were similar to mine, but mine had a little more pizazz. If we hadn't ordered the fresh rolls, lunch would have been relatively inexpensive. As it was, Peg had more than she could eat for dinner as well. We will be going back for lunch, again. Excellent food and service. That's a great combination.


The diningroom at Royal Thai Bistro Fircrest - image.

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