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18 Results For "Thai"
No Thai is an Asian bistro that features a variety of Thai and Asian fusion dishes. The food is inexpensive and the servings are large, making this the place to go to get the most for your money. With all dishes under 10 dollars, the food cannot be beat for the price. No Thai also caters for larger parties.
Thai Sookdee is the best Thai restaurant in Evanston. It is a tranquil, low-lit restaurant whose menu includes fish as well as roast duck, chicken, port, tofu, and beef dishes. Diners can choose from curry sauces in various degrees of spiciness, ranging from the milder yellow to medium red to the downright fiery green.
Phan Shin Restaurant is a local family-owned Thai restaurant in the heart of Oxford. Phan Shin offers an eclectic mix of Thai entrees, drinks, and appetizers.
Bangkok Bistro is an upscale Thai restaurant offering a variety of dishes. It prides itself on rich, flavorful dishes with exceptional quality curries. Bangkok Bistro’s mastery of Asian cuisine certainly makes it a must try restaurant.
Top Spice is a new and very tasty Thai restaurant. Top Spice Thai is known for its great tasting food that is just bursting with flavor. The restaurant has a very modern feel and its food has received many accolades from local critics.
Thai Gai Yang Café is one of the best Thai restaurants in St. Louis. With extremely cheap entrees cooked to a spicy perfection, it’s hard to find a better deal for both your wallet and your palette. Although the surroundings do not have the clichéd exotic décor, the wait staff is extremely nice.
Thai Country gleams as a sterling example of the genre. It has everything: exotic aromas, food that lives up to them, sycophantic service, walls stocked with ethnic-looking artifacts—all for a remarkably cheap price.
Taste of Thai is the best Thai restaurant in Ithaca. The service is fairly slow and it always seems to be crowded, but the food is worth the wait. It is located in The Commons which is a great place to walk around and explore as there are many stores and events at all times.
Thai Spoon is a great quality, reasonably priced Thai restaurant that is highly frequented by students on campus. Thai Spoon has won numerous accolades from local food critics and its curries are definitely worth trying.
This is an excellent Thai restaurant. Siamese Princess has high quality Thai food and is constantly busy. It is by far some of the best Thai food the area has to offer.
Silk Cuisine in Bryn Mawr is a reasonably priced and delicious Thai restaurant.
Delicious Thai food at great prices. Curry, rice, and noodles make up just a few of the many options you have. Authentic spices and fresh sauteed chicken reinforce the healthy environment appeThaizing strives to have.
Although Siamese Cat is not a super fancy place, its reasonable cost, friendly and efficient service, great food and low key ambiance make it worth it. The restaurant has been around over 25 years. In addition to its many food options, there are many good choices for vegetarians.
A Waltham favorite since 2001, Baan Thai provides delicious, spicy Thai food to its customers. Take-out orders make up a significant amount of their business, and they will deliver to close areas. Be sure to ask for student discounts, which can save a lot of money for penny-pinching students!
One of the only restaurants in the area serving French and Cambodian cuisine, The Elephant Walk in Waltham is more causal and "funky" than its other restaurants in Boston and Cambridge. Be sure to leave room for dessert, as the sweet endings are easily good enough to keep you coming back for more! Parking is easy (in the private lot behind the restaurant), which contributes to the pleasant dining experience.
The interior of the restaurant is endearing, with interesting Thai artwork adorning the walls. The prices are reasonable and the ingredients taste very fresh, with a friendly, but slow staff. Take-out is a popular option for those 'on-the-go' as the turnaround on orders is quick.