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Your hunt for authentic Thai cuisine in Atlanta ends at Mali Restaurant, which has something to meet everyone's needs, no matter what it is they're craving. The atmosphere is cozy, and the staff attentive and efficient. It is quite clear that the same amount of care that is put into the creation of each dish goes into its presentation as well. Most of the dishes on the menu are at least mildly hot, and go up to very hot, so be careful before ordering. There is an extensive sushi list that includes Nigiri and rolled sushi. The interior of the restaurant is small and gets packed rather quickly, so make sure to reserve a table.
For some of the best Thai food in the city, look no further than this inconspicuous restaurant housed in a tiny strip shopping center. On the outside, Little Bangkok may look like nothing special. However, inside you'll find a cozy interior packed with loyal patrons. The restaurant offers both a Thai and Chinese menu, but Thai is certainly the specialty here. Standouts include avocado shrimp and pad kee mao, an authentic spicy noodle dish. One of the best things about Little Bangkok is that all of their dishes are pretty affordable. Amazing food at a great value is what keeps people coming back. Arrive early or late, especially on the weekends, as there is often a wait.
Dining mainstay for over a decade, Erawan Organic Thai Restaurant is the first of its kind in the city. Located in the Trowbridge Crossing Shopping Center, owner and chef Mr. Vara introduces Sandy Springs to an organic take on Thai cuisine. On the menu are classic satays, tempura, curries and noodle soup prepared with au naturale ingredients and original recipes. Their Kang Ped Roasted Duck and Grilled Shrimp in Pa-Nang Sauce deserve a special mention, and are paired well with wine from their organic selection.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly Thai meal in downtown Atlanta, this place might be your best bet. Tucked away in the food court of the Mall at Peachtree Center, Noodle Cafe explores the flavors of Pan-Asia’s culinary heritage. Staples like curries, stir-fries and noodles are featured on their menu. Specialties include seafood soup, egg rolls, General Tso's chicken and sauteed vegetables. A stopover makes for a great respite while shopping on the Gallery Level B15.