By Marty Rosen
"When it comes to artful presentation, nuance and delicacy, Simply Thai is the best Louisville restaurant in its category. Edamame dumplings ($4.50) are a case in point: Resting on a white plate, they look like jade-green plants poking their tips through a cover of snow. They're tender little morsels filled with gleaming green soybeans and flavored with mellow fish paste. And their house-made dipping sauce -- a garlicky, gingery, sweet and salty concoction -- is flavorful enough to drink by the bowlful..."
By Louisville Magazine
"Is it irony or cosmic justice that one of the tiniest resturaunts in town serves up a dish with flavor so huge it wallops you upside the head?...."
"...Thought it hardly cries out for improvement, you can add yet another dimension of zest by requesting a bowl of the house peanut sauce, which is so silken and subtly sweet that it's better than any dessert...."
By Sarah Fritschner
"...The atmosphere is cozy and intimate (and warm) enough to provoke a full house, even on a weeknight when single-digit wind chill keeps less driven diners comfortably ensconced in their homes."
"...Thai food has much to reccomend it. A good cook - and owner Chaveewan Saing is a good cook - uses sweet, sour, salty and spicy seasoning judiciously to heighten and accent the flavors of the food."