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Three Thai Sushi
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410 Elden Street
(Kmart Shopping Center)
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Credit Cards: Yes
Smoking: No
Delivery: Yes

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Tonight was our first, last, and only time to experience Three Thai Sushi.
We ordered online and were quoted 45 minutes. An hour later, we called and were told that the driver had left 20 minutes before (we live maybe 5-10 minutes away) and that she would have the driver call us. 15 minutes later, with no phone call, the driver finally arrived with plenty of excuses and stone cold food. When we called to complain, we were promised a return phone call within 5 minutes - and that was 20 minutes ago. The food may have been good had it still been warm, but it's hard to tell. Had they made any effort at customer service, they would probably get a second chance... but obviously they're not concerned with repeat business.
Shanna Leigh, Herndon
Likes: Big Bowl
Dislikes: Hula Inn
Reviewed: 09/30/2011

We went to Three Thai Sushi this evening with our daughters. We had the shaggy dog roll, california roll, miso soup, goyza dumplings, veggie tempura dinner, and yellow chicken curry. All of the food was very good. The one waitress for the restaurant was a little slow but that was because she was taking care of the entire restaurant. Even though the restaurant was rather full it wasn't loud and was easy to talk with the family and enjoy our time there. We'll definitely visit again to dine in and carry out.
Jenn Santiago, Herndon
Likes: Patowmack Farm
Dislikes: anything chain
Reviewed: 3-25-11

This is such a cute, relaxing place to dine and the food is wonderful! The sushi is fresh, the pad thai is delicious, the mango with sticky rice is...WOW! Even the Jasmine tea is great! The owners are also very wonderful people. They always make my husband and I feel at home when we eat there. I recommend this restaurant to all of my friends in the Herndon/Reston area b/c I definitely want to see this delightful restaurant succeed!
Jessica Garcia, Purcellville
Age: 18-28
Likes: CAFE ANTONIOS, Blue Ridge Grill, Sweetwater Tavern
Dislikes: Olive Garden, TGIFridays
Reviewed: June 2006 -- have visited many times

I believe this restaurant used to be the old Thai Palms that had the Thai buffet. It is newly renovated and a sushi bar is added. These changes have definetly upgraded this restaurant into a classy cute family owned restaurant. I've been here about 3 times now. The food is delicious, the atomosphere is relaxing and a good place to go to after a busy day at the office. The sushi is so yummy. I recommend the Chicken Pad Thai, House salad, the bento boxes for sushi, Pad See Eew, Duck and Basil with chili sauce, Drunken Noodles, Beef noodle soup, spring rolls, the curry dishes. The service here is alot friendlier than before. Great fast customer service. Definetly outbeats Thai Luang and Brusara. PRICE FOR FOOD IS ABSOLUTELY REASONABLE. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO ALL. BEST THAI FOOD/SUSHI IN TOWN!!!
Megan, Mclean
Age: 18-28
Likes: Inca Pollo
Reviewed: 1/11/07

As any Herndon area residents know there are countless of places to dine on any given evening. By chance I stumbled into a Thai-Japanese fusion restaurant that did not catch my eye immediately, but left with an indelible impression that I wanted to go back again and again, which I did. Once I am in the restaurant I was greeted with a big warm smile from every staff member on the floor. Additionally the staffs try to get to know you not only as a customer, but as a friend as well. I like that. It makes one feel like a member of the family. The food is properly prepared and presented. The restaurant carries a full service bar and has a wide selection of spirited drinks to choose from. The newly added sushi bar introduced another dimension that compliments well with the existing Thai cuisine. Yes, I highly recommend everyone to stop by and try this little jewel in the heart of Herndon.
Joe Johnston, Herndon
Reviewed: 01/09/2008

Went there for lunch today for the first time. Ordered Chicken Pad Thai which is always a safe choice for 1st timer. The taste of the dish was very ordinary, nothing much to write about. Wanted to try the Japanese selection but the lunch prices of those were too expensive (12++). It is decent for a quick lunch but not for food lovers.
Ken, Herndon
Age: 18-28
Likes: Yoko Japanese, Minerva Indian
Dislikes: Charlie Chiang Worldgate
Reviewed: 5/14/2008