• Bai Tong

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Has many vegan dishes including spring rolls, fresh rolls and fried tofu as appetizers. All fried rice dishes can be specified vegan, and all or most wok dishes can be made vegan. Will also make a vegan Thai iced tea with coconut milk. All the vegan items are clearly marked on the menu. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-3:00pm, 4:00pm-9:00pm.

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8 Reviews

First Review by lauren_grace


Points +1845

10 Sep 2023

Decent Thai

Great atmosphere and service. Food was reasonably priced, average in ingredients and taste.



Points +176

06 Feb 2023

Best tofu!

I swear the texture of the tofu is best I’ve had anywhere! And I’ve eaten a lot of tofu, good and bad, in a lot of restaurants. I almost opted for the veggies only (because nothing is worse than bad restaurant tofu) but am so glad I didn’t! Their sauces are very pleasant and light— all the best parts of Thai food, no question! I wish I could give 5 stars because my omnivore family were able to order whatever, which they all also loved❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Pros: Lots of options to add tofu, Their tofu is excellent!, Sauces didn’t use fish sauce!


Points +2045

08 Apr 2022

Wish I could give 10 🌟

Amazing ambiance, delicious food, excellent staff. My favorite Thai restaurant.

Pros: The depth of flavor 😋

Cons: None


Points +48

02 Oct 2021

Great food, great price!

One of the best Thai food places I've ever eaten at. Restaurant quality not fast food quality. Tastes home made and not store bought. Really surprised this place isnt busier then it is. My only complaint is how sugary everything seems to be. I can only eat here so often because of this. I also have had a hard time figuring out what is vegan and what is not. I was told the "egg" roll was vegan at first and then later told it does indeed have egg in it. Was also told noodles had egg but then later told they are vegan. So with all the conflicting info im left confused as to what items are really vegan. They do have listed vegan items on the menu but what ive been told by staff has completely contridicted the menu.

Pros: Foods tastes like its made from scratch, Consistantly good, Price

Cons: Not sure what is really vegan, Sugary


Points +70

12 Dec 2020

Yummy Thai food

The Singapore noodles are my favorite. Sometimes the food comes out too oily is my only complaint, otherwise, so tasty!


Points +48

10 Jun 2020

Delicious w/ Big Portions!

Great find! This restaurant is very accommodating for vegans. I ordered the fresh rolls ($6.50 for two) and the yellow curry with extra tofu. It was so good! Oreo got online was easy and efficient, my order was ready quickly, and the take-out was nicely packaged.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Big portions


Points +55

09 Mar 2020

Big flavor, large portions.

Food had lots of flavor, as GF/Vegan I had their basil fried rice and it had tons of flavor compared to other restaurants. My partner had Pad See Ew and loved it.

The tofu was very good as our protein, they also offered veggies.

Portions were massive, enough for 2 meals honestly.

Food was fairly priced, most meals were $10-11.

Very unique building with lots of culture.

Pros: Lots of GF and Vegan options, Food had tons of flavor, Large portions with enough to take home


Points +428

12 Dec 2019

Go-to for vegan Thai in NoCo

My husband and I love going to Bai Tong. The service is quick, and the food is decently-priced. Tammy is an awesome server, and she’s there basically everyday. The fresh rolls are really good. So far I’ve had the pineapple fried rice (no egg), garlic lovers (must specify vegan), sweet and sour, and my husband always get the Bangkok fried rice. I always get the Thai iced tea with coconut milk. Overall solid choice for vegan food in Loveland.

Update: all noodle dishes can be made vegan with the exception of pad Thai. My go-to lately has been Kee Mao (drunken noodles).

Cons: Tomato isn't the best/freshest, Mango isn't the best/freshest

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