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Weera Thai Restaurant is one of Las Vegas' most beloved Thai eateries. During the daily happy hour, you can get half off appetizers - you'll want to sample all of them: Thai egg rolls, fried tofu, fried cheese, spring rolls and more. They deliver to hotels on The Strip, so you can eat in the comfort of your hotel room. The atmosphere is casual, perfect for a low-key dinner out any night of the week.
For a taste of some authentic Chinese and Thai cuisine, Charlie Vegas Chinese & Thai Restaurant is the right place to go. A favorite among the locals, the restaurant is usually packed, so you need to be there early to ensure a seat. From the menu, the Shrimp Fried Rice comes highly recommended. The decor at Charlie's is simple but the ambience is cozy. The service is quick and the staff are always at hand to serve you.
Le Thai brings authentic Thai flavors to the heart of downtown Fremont with its home-style cooking and buoyant vibe. The outdoor beer garden hosts local DJs on the weekend and is ideal for a night of bar hopping. Enjoy traditional dishes like waterfall beef, Thai beef and meatball noodle soup, and traditional larb salad. Come here for late night eats and the upbeat atmosphere boosted by music on the patio and steady hum of conversation.
This restaurant is located across from the Stratosphere Hotel Casino, between a wedding chapel and a swimming pool. It is family owned and operated. The menu includes coconut cream chicken tom yum soup, deep-fried catfish with chili sauce and papaya salad. It also offers curry and vegetarian options.
This unpretentious Thai eatery is not only one of the best in Vegas, it's also considered one of the best in the country. The Lotus of Siam restaurant located off "The Strip" is known for serving a variety of Thai cuisine that range from mild to spicy with both common and rare dishes featured on the menu. Thai curries, wantons, noodles, fried rice dishes and specialties like Koong Tenn can be found here.
This casual dining venue located in the Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar, is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the noodle inspired designs. Living up to its name, Noodles serves an array of traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Renowned chef, Patrick Lee has also incorporated authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes and several delicious dim-sum items in the menu. A meal at this chic and elegant restaurant is perfect for a celebration with the family.
A jewel of the Strip, Sea: The Thai Experience serves delicious Asian fusion meals with a unique style and flair. Although the restaurant, displaying minimalist Asian decor, is bathed in neutral colors of beige, brown and rust but the menu is dominated by vibrant Thai and Vietnamese dishes like lemongrass chicken, pineapple duck curry, pork chops and such. To accompany these scrumptious preparations there's a selection of wines and beers available along with specialty Asian beverages like Sakuntala and Suwanmalee. The prices are reasonable, the service attentive and the ambiance is quiet and intimate - conducive to lots of conversations - a good place for a first date!
Tucked in the corner of the main lobby, the Silk Road Restaurant is done in bold colors and contemporary design. The eatery is a splash of hot pink and gold that makes for an inviting contrast against the dark woods of the rest of the lobby. Wonderfully feminine and bright, the café offers a great start to even the dreariest of Las Vegas mornings. There is a selection of breakfast items that range from freshly baked pastries, muffins and croissants. The espresso machine seems to be always busy churning out made-to-order lattes, mochas and cappuccino. Lunch is also a treat with a fresh take on pastas, sandwiches and soups. -Lottie Tagupa