BUSABA

06-01-2015

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REVIEWED BY CALLIE SUMLIN

Every diner has a dish by which he or she measures a kitchen prowess. It might be rabbit, or soup, or macaroni and cheese. When I'm at a Thai restaurant, that item is

01-03-2014

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04-22-2011

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REVIEWED BY CLAY FONG

Anchoring a Louisville strip mall, Busaba Thai Restaurant's modern ambience is more upscale than its affordable meals would indicate. This eatery is literally a bright spot,

REVIEWED BY LACY BOGGS

Our publisher, whose sister has lived in Thailand for 20 years, tells a funny story about visiting a street cart in Thailand and ordering her larb “Thai hot”—then noticing

REVIEWED BY TED ALVAREZ

Busaba means "flower" in Thai -- a fact the owners of this new Louisville haunt expand upon with, "life emerging from the elements growing towards the light and emanating its brilliant color as a gift."

05-07-2015

BOULDER WEEKLY

REVIEWED BY MATT CORTINA

Each new plate arrived to the table as a twist of kaleidoscope. When we drained the color from one, another arrived, swirling colors into a different combination and pattern.

12-13-2014

CBS DENVER

REVIEWED BY DEBORAH FLOMBERG

If you are seeking authentic Thai food, then a trip to Busaba in Louisville is worth your time. This lovely Thai restaurant features a large menu with many different Thai favorites. Of

10-20-2016

BOULDER WEEKLY

REVIEWED BY CAITLYN ROCKETT

At some point in John Steinbeck’s novel East of Eden, Samuel Hamilton comes down with a hallucination-inducing fever that puts him out of commission for a few days. His son,

11-30-2017

BOULDER WEEKLY

REVIEWED BY MATT CORTINA

Smatta Phairatphiboon is explaining what makes Thai food exceptional. The truth is, the steaming bowl of Bua Loy in front of her says enough on its own. There is just nothing