9 Tastes: Harvard Square, delivered by Seamless Web

Seamless Web is a new tool for ordering food online.  The website has a clean layout and the options for ordering are obvious.  First, chose delivery or pickup.  Second, type in your address, click View Restaurants, and in return you’ll see a list of restaurants that deliver to you, the minimum amount necessary for a delivery order, price range, customer rating, and estimated time for delivery.  This is more information than most restaurants have on their website.  All of these factors can play a role in deciding what’s for dinner tonight.

Miss Yunks was lucky enough to win a $25 coupon code from Boston Food Bloggers to use on a Seamless Web order.

I love ordering take out and delivery about the same amount as I love cooking.  I love dining out so that everyone can order whichever dish they desire, and what’s better than everyone eating different dishes at the same time?  Eating at home in sweatpants on the sofa! That, and no cleanup.  I was very excited to win and to use the Seamless Web coupon code giveaway from Boston Food Bloggers.

We chose to order delivery from 9 Tastes in Harvard Square.  We’ve driven by 9 Tastes several times yet never eaten there, and we’re always up for trying a new thai restaurant.  The ordering process with Seamless Web was flawless.  The prices matched the dollar sign ranking, and the delivery time was exactly 60 minutes, as predicted.  Seamless Web also provides the option to enter a tip amount online when paying with a credit card, which makes the actual handover of food from the delivery guy even easier.

I ordered the vegetable pad thai and vegetable soup.  The soup broth was full of flavor and the soup was full of fresh vegetables, much more than I would expect in a soup.  The pad thai had more vegetables than I’ve ever seen in a pad thai.  The rice noodles were thin and slippery and the sauce was very light.  I thoroughly enjoyed my pad thai and vegetable soup that night, and again as leftovers the next day.

Is this the best pad thai I’ve ever had?  Probably not, but it was quite good and I’d order it again.  Because I liked the pad thai, I’d be open to ordering other dishes at 9 Tastes and I’m especially interested in the Dinner Boxes; each comes with jasmine rice, salad, soup, and a choice of appetizers.  That’s a lot of food! If only I’d read the menu more thoroughly the first time…

I was very happy with my pad thai, soup, and the Seamless Web process.  Thanks, Boston Food Bloggers!

Have you ever been to 9 Tastes or ordered from Seamless Web?  What’s your review?

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5 Comments

  1. Posted March 7, 2011 at 8:04 AM | Permalink

    I ordered Thai using a Seamless web gift card too! My experience had a few hiccups though. In the end, they were all solved. I’m a fan of 9 Tastes. I used to go there a bunch with co workers when I worked in Harvard Sq.

  2. Posted March 7, 2011 at 8:16 AM | Permalink

    My favorite pad thai comes from two doors over at King and I so usually go and pick it up!

  3. Posted March 7, 2011 at 8:54 AM | Permalink

    I’ve never been to 9 Tastes. I like the idea of Seamless Web. Having all the info in one spot is very helpful.

  4. Posted March 7, 2011 at 9:27 AM | Permalink

    I am so happy you posted about Seamless Web. Just last night my husband wanted to order in, and I suggested Seamless Web, but we weren’t sure how smooth the delivery would be. Your notes are much appreciated.

  5. Posted March 8, 2011 at 4:16 PM | Permalink

    I love Seamless Web for ordering! So easy and convenient!

    I also LOVE Thai- Dok Bua ranks really high for me!

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