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Posted by anonymous on 09/30/2008
This is a favorite of ours. The food is great and the prices are right. The only down side is the music is TOO LOUD and you cannot carry on a conversation without yelling. It would be a perfect ten if they would lower the volume. We know many who no longer go here for this very same reason.
Posted by Carmen on 09/16/2008
My honey took me there about 3 months ago and its a place where we go atleast twice a month. the food is delicious, the prices are VERY cheap. one time we had 2 entrees, 4 appetizers and 2 drinks for under $40. and the place is a very romantic spot, I THINK. a place that i highly recommend. you would NOT be disappointed.
Posted by neighbor on 08/20/2008
Joya is the best food per dollar in the area. It's fantastic. However, they NEVER answer the phone for takeout anymore (perhaps too popular). It's always either busy or they just let it ring. They need to decide if they really want to allow takeout.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2008
Joya has wonderful food, ample portions, friendly servers who will make substitutions to your liking, and is a great value on top of all of that. I eat there at least once a week and have never been disappointed. The calamari and spicy noodles are special treats.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2008
Dance club + Thai Food- Dancing= Joja. Now that might sound fun and good and all of that but let's be honest, who wants to yell to the person 2 feet across the table over dinner? Not me.
Posted by karina on 05/09/2008
Their food is amazing especially the shrimp fried rice and the Calamari!! its one of my favorite places to eat
Posted by Anonymous on 04/09/2008
ive been eating Joya for the past 5 years and never get tired of it. the thai iced tea is the best ive ever tasted. at the restaurant they have a man solely dedicated to frying the calamari and spring rolls, and he definitely knows how to do his job well. when i am in a curry mood, i always order the massaman (peanut) curry with chicken over the wide broad noodles with a side of sticky rice. its not on the menu, but they will always make it. so much food comes out for this 1 dish and costs about $8 its usually enough for 2-3 meals (and i can eat a lot). i tend to stay away from ordering curry with steak or the "meat" dishes because the steak inside the curry is usually over-cooked and tough. chicken with curry is the best bet. the noodles are pretty good too. they only deliver sun-thurs, and only recently opened for lunch (starting at 12pm) but delivery usually comes in about 15-20 minutes, which is awesome. the phone line is usually busy, but keep trying! the restaurant is always packed after 7 and its usually an hour or two or more wait on the weekends. yes, its very very loud, so i wouldn't recommend it as a first-date spot. they will take large groups. its cash-only. but the wait is worth it!