Lulu’s

Since moving the Kansas City in 2007, we have only heard amazing things about Lulu’s and since we had our first bite (finally) last year, we are totally hooked.  Located in the trendy Westport section of Kansas City, this is the place to come for an authentic Thai experience.

Skim the surface

Taste: 10

Presentation: 7

Originality: 7

Service: 9

Appearance: 6

Value: 8

Restrooms: Don’t remember.

Looking Deeper

Taste: Seriously, just looking at this menu makes me want to wake up my kids from naps and head down there.  Where to even start?  Everything is so fresh and colorful and seasoned perfectly.  Most people either go for the drunken noodles or the rainbow peanut noodles but the pad thai is also excellent.  And they also have excellent curry and make sure to check out the street food as well.  Yum!  *heads out the door*

Presentation: Lulu’s keeps it simple and all about the food.  Everything is clean and well thought out.

Originality: There isn’t anything that original about being a place that has great Thai food, but they do make it better than anybody else around.

Service: It is clear that the wait staff is loves Lulu’s as much as the people in the seats.  We have had great service every time and I love being able to try new things without being scared that I won’t like it.  They describe the dishes well because they love this food.

Appearance: It certainly has that “hole in the wall, local favorite” feel to it.  The outside is nothing to rave about but they keep the inside clean and inviting.

Value: Dishes run about $10 but are very “shareable” so if you are on a tight budget, you can always go that route.

Restrooms:  I know that they have restrooms, but neither Kyle nor I remember using them.

Let us know the next time you hit up some yum at Lulu’s; they sure know how to cook!
Lulu's Thai Noodle Shop & Satay Bar on Urbanspoon

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About Michelle

Michelle and Kyle have lived in Kansas City since 2007, with their four beautiful children. Kyle is a CPA and runs his own firm in Lee's Summit. Michelle is a violinist and music teacher at Summit Christian Academy. When not working, the Nagys can be found eating out or binge watching Netflix.

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