Reviews

Thai Nghiep Ky Mi Gia
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4.5 out of 5 stars

Kevin Quang
Kevin Quang

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I had the most amazing dining experience at Thai Nghiep My Gia in Sunset San Francisco. As a fan of authentic Chinese cuisine, I was overjoyed to find a place that specializes in mouthwatering duck noodle and wonton dishes. The combination of flavors and textures was a true delight for my taste buds.

The duck noodle dish was an absolute standout. The tender duck meat, perfectly cooked noodles, and fragrant broth created a symphony of flavors that I can still taste in my memory. It's evident that the chefs pay great attention to detail and use high-quality ingredients to craft their dishes.

The wontons were equally impressive. Each bite was a burst of savory goodness, with the delicate wrapping and savory filling showcasing the mastery of Chinese culinary techniques. It's rare to find such authentic and flavorful wontons outside of traditional Chinese enclaves, and Thai Nghiep My Gia exceeded my expectations.

The ambiance of the restaurant was cozy and inviting, providing a comfortable backdrop for a satisfying meal. The staff was attentive and friendly, eager to make sure every diner's experience was exceptional.

If you're a fan of Chinese-style duck noodle and wonton dishes, Thai Nghiep My Gia is an absolute must-visit. The dedication to authentic flavors and the impeccable execution of each dish make it a hidden gem in the Sunset neighborhood. I'm already looking forward to my next visit to savor these delectable dishes again!

Nat awee
Nat awee

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

First time here & the food was amazing. Their thick noodle duck leg (I believe number 50 on menu) was absolutely delicious. Must try dish if ever decide to give this shop a chance.

Fish cake wasn't the greatest. They have a complimentary soy milk and it was very good! Very traditional.

Workers were super friendly and family owned vibe.

Will have to come back next time to try out their other sorts of noodle

Teeradej L
Teeradej L

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

Braised duck leg with egg noodles is soo good, family style restaurant. Complementary soy milk is great. Warm service. Price is at point.

Christopher Chung
Christopher Chung

4 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

Wide selection of Chinese-Vietnamese noodle soups, with egg noodle options. Broth a bit simple, not as well-spiced and umami flavored as pho. Customize with black pepper, black vinegar, jalapeño vinegar, chili oil, hoisin, and soy sauce. No limes, but sriracha available. Tasty egg rolls, similar to lumpia.

Dom Bhuphaibool
Dom Bhuphaibool

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Great place for noodles! The atmosphere is borderline a hole in the wall, mom & pops place. Service was super friendly. Only been here once but was very happy with the food. Had #9, braised duck leg with wonton and egg noodle. Definitely hit the spot! Would come back.