Thai Spices featured in Lodi Monthly. Thank you!

Article By Bernadine Chapman-Cruz

Dine at Thai Spices Restaurant, where you will experience tasty Thai cuisine. Since 2007, owner Bun Goble has offered customers a variety of freshly prepared dishes from her native Thailand. “When I opened my restaurant, I wanted to prepare healthy, fresh food customers would enjoy,” Bun said. “My dream of feeding customers a healthy Thai cuisine has come true.”

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Best Thai Food in Lodi..HANDS DOWN.

Small but well decorated..great ambiance. Great Service, really attentive and they obviously care about their customers.
Red Curry 5stars
Tom Yum Soup, just enough sour 5 stars
Padthai Noodles, large portion..definitely enough sauce 5 stars
Mango desert...gooooood stufff 5 stars

Overall, must try for anyone in the Lodi Area!

Pat G.


The avacado chicken salad is to die for. The curry dishes are very authentic and they'll make everything as spicy as you would like. The owner is on site making sure quality is never compromised. Delicious and served in a relaxing environment. Two thumbs up!

James, D


Hard to find good Thai food in the central valley, but this place is great. I love the vegetarian spring rolls, and the dipping sauce is amazing. Pretty cheap and friendly environment. 

Rory, O


Mmmmm... I am uhhhhdicted to their shrimp green curry and now a fan of their som tom! You are always greeted with a smile and they know you by order! Great Food Great People!

Amanda B., Lodi


While traveling on business in the Stockton area, I was pleasantly surprised to find a great Thai restaurant within easy reach.  I expect great Thai food when dining in San Francisco, L.A., or Montreal, but Thai Spices was an unanticipated treat.  Great food, excellent service, and a winning ambience. The proprietor, a very sweet person named Bun, gave me some suggestions and each turned out to be superb:  Highlights were the red curry with bamboo shoots and thin slices of lightly cooked pumpkin, and the amazing spring rolls, crispy and chock full of goodies, light-as-could-be even though deep fried (how do they do that?!). Every nuance of the meal was exceptional, and it was great watching Bun make the rounds of each table to ensure that her guests were well taken care of.  My Sunday night dining experience was so good that I returned Monday as well, and brought a client--he also did raves about the Thai Tri-Tip we shared, and we were both mesmerized by the dessert combo of homemade coconut ice cream and sticky black rice, washed down with a frosty glass of Ironstone Vineyards 'Obsession' chardonnay.The wine list, in fact, was downright comprehensive for a place this size, and featured numerous local Lodi selections; best I tried was a Lange Twins cabernet.Nice going, Thai Spices, I anticipate many additional fine meals on future road trips!

Chris M., Hesperia 


Thai Spices is such an enjoyable place to eat. The staff are promptand so very helpful. We've been eating there about 6 months now and Icontinue to find treasures on the menu. My current favorite is theSpicy Noodles with chicken. They use the wide egg noodles which comeout sticky/chewy and so so tasty. Get it HOT and wash it down with acold Thai iced tea.

By far the best black sticky rice with coconutice cream I've eaten ANYWHERE. For the un-initiated it might soundgross to eat warm rice for dessert but this is something you must try.

Perry M., Lodi


 I found this place just by accident. Only open one month as of July28,2007. What a pleasant surprise. The restaurant is nicely decoratedand very clean. I was greeted by the owner who sat me at a table andmade sure everything was good from the beginning of the meal to theend. The food was excellent. As far as Thai food in the Lodi, Stocktonarea this rates up there with the best of all of them.

Try it out and I'm sure you will be pleasantly surprised.

David B., Stockton


This place is wonderful. I ordered the tri tip (perfection) The Spicy fried rice (de-lish) and the red curry with chicken (to die for).  Topped it all off with the black rice and coconut ice cream... The wait staff(especially the owner) was very attentive. I will go back again plenty...

Kevin Q., Galt

Location, Hours & Menu's

Woodlake Plaza
2401 W. Turner Road, Suite 224
Lodi, CA 95242

Phone: (209) 369-8424
Fax: (209) 369-9399
Email: bun@thaispiceslodi.com

OPEN 7 DAYS
Mon - Sat 11 am to 9 pm
Sun 12 pm to 9 pm