Soi 71: A Thai Noodle House

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If you happen to be around St. Patrick Church, visit this restaurant. Thai cuisine is well-cooked at Soi 71: A Thai Noodle House. In accordance with the reviewers' opinions, waiters serve perfectly cooked khao soi, spring rolls and green curry here. Do not leave without degusting good mango sticky rice. Delicious wine is served at this place. You will hardly forget great thai iced tea or good ice tea that you can order.

At this spot, you can get a takeout. The professional staff shows a high level of hospitality at this restaurant. Fabulous service is something clients agree upon here. Reasonable prices are to be expected at Soi 71: A Thai Noodle House. The divine decor and comfortable atmosphere let guests feel relaxed here. The overall score of this place on Google is 4.5.

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Emily Brown Request content removal
Absolutely some of the best food in the area. Service: Take out Meal type: Dinner Price per person: $10–20 Food: 5 Service: 5
Fiorella Calderoni Request content removal
This place is a food truck in a parking lot behind Saffron and there are no tables. This was really confusing because based on photos, we were looking for a restaurant. We hear the food is great but we weren't prepared for take out that night. We look forward to trying it another night.
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23 days ago
Previously we were a brick and mortar and switched to a food truck during Covid. On our website, on Google and Facebook, it all indicates that we are now a food truck. We’re not going to go through Google and delete every photo published of …Previously we were a brick and mortar and switched to a food truck during Covid. On our website, on Google and Facebook, it all indicates that we are now a food truck. We’re not going to go through Google and delete every photo published of our establishment prior because our menu is the same, which show cases our food. But it’s individuals and reviews like yours that are written with prejudice towards food trucks and you haven’t even dined with us. We appreciate reviews that are reflective of their experiences with us and yours is hardly a “review”. Please respect our wishes and don’t patronize our establishment. More
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Jacques I. Request content removal
We visited Soi 71: A Thai Noodle House the first night we were in Walla Walla, as the menu looked interesting with eclectic Thai dishes beyond the average fare.  It was a delicious dinner. When we visited on a Friday night the dining room was packed and it would've been a 30-minute wait.  But the hostess mentioned that patrons could sit in the bar where they serve the full dinner menu, so we decided to get a table there.  The entire space of Soi 71 is very nice and inviting.   While my boyfriend ordered the Khao Mun Kai, a fried chicken over rice, served with mung bean sauce and cucumbers and a side of chicken soup.  I ordered my favorite Thai dish, Khao Soi.  For a cocktail I ordered a drink that was made with coconut milk, rum, mint and soda. Though the cocktail came out quickly, it wasn't all that appealing.  I expected to taste more of the coconut, but tasted the soda and mint more than anything else.  It was a shame since I ordered this particular cocktail based off the fact that it was coconut forward.  I'd skip the cocktails, and stick with the local wines and beers offered here. Our food took a really, really long time to get.  We were starving, so even considered getting more food as we waited half an hour for our dinner.  But fortunately, by the time our food came, it really was wonderful.  My boyfriend enjoyed his Khao Mun Kai, as the chicken was tender and the mung bean sauce was spicy yet intriguing.  I loved my Khao Soi!  It was spicy, which is how I like my Thai dishes, and the broth was fantastic.  I wanted to make sure that the bowl had nothing left.  I also like that when you order, they do not customize spice levels at all.  That's how you know you're at an authentic Thai place.  You've been warned!   Overall, Soi 71 had such awesome Thai dishes that were really flavorful.  But service was suppper slow.  We even had to wait a while to get our server's attention for more water, which is horrible when you're especially eating a spicy meal!  Other than that, food was spot on.
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Thai, Noodles, Vegetarian options
Scheduled hours: 4PM - 8:30PM
$$$$ Price range per person $11 - $30
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330 W Main St
Walla Walla, Washington, USA
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330 W Main St, Walla Walla, Washington, USA
Features
Outdoor seating Delivery Takeaway Сredit cards accepted Wheelchair accessible Parking Booking
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 4PM-8:30PM
WednesdayWed 4PM-8:30PM
ThursdayThu 4PM-8:30PM
FridayFri 4PM-8:30PM
SaturdaySat 4PM-8:30PM

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