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This unassuming looking little restaurant serves up some of the best Thai food in the city, and at reasonable prices. Inside, the atmosphere is cozy and low-lit, with carved wooden Buddhas; perfect for a romantic night out. The food is decently authentic - try one of the flavorful curries, many of which have a good spicy kick, or the pad thai. For dessert, be sure to try the sticky rice and mango, a true Thai treat. The service is top-notch and aids a pleasant experience. Reservations are recommended; call ahead to avoid the queue.
Asian restaurants don't have to be crowded with kitschy furnishings, as this place proves with its simple, modern design. Popular with students from the nearby university, Kun-Tuk serves up excellent Thai meals made from fresh ingredients. Appetizers like Tod man gung (fried prawn cakes) make way for scrumptious dishes like Chu Chi Plaa (red snapper in chili sauce) and Gäng phet Ped (duck in red Thai curry), which are followed by delectable confections like Sabparot Tood Edtim.
Located in a vibrant, lively neighborhood, five minutes walk from the Gasteig Kulturzentrum; this little Thai eatery is reminiscent of little food stalls in Bangkok. Tucked away in a small courtyard, Manam Thai specializes in authentic Thai food, and is perfect for a take-away. With a few stools and small tables scattered around, what it lacks in ambiance Manam Thai Food & Sweets makes up for with the quality of it's cooking. Using fresh, seasonal ingredients, the menu changes constantly. Try their spicy aromatic Pad Thai, Duck noodle soup, Lemon steamed squid and more. For timings and current menu, do look up the website.
The beauty and authenticity of Thai cuisine reflects not only in the dishes that are served at Rüen Thong Thai Restaurant but also in its ambiance. Traditional Thai dishes like sweet and sour soups and satay can be enjoyed in the warm welcoming atmosphere of this restaurant. Patrons are in for a treat, thanks to their extensive menu that covers delectable dishes like grilled king prawns, chicken in red curry sauce and beef fillet in Thai whiskey sauce. The restaurant also offers a vast selection of beers, wines and other spirits that can be paired with your meal.
This charming restaurant serves up spicy southern Thai specialties and has gained great popularity over the past 10 years. Chicken and fish curries are the staple meals; vegetables and herbs are imported directly from Thailand. But there is another attraction which is rather unexpected in an Asian restaurant: the impressive selection of French and Italian wine, collected over the years by owner and wine connoisseur Anuchit Chetah.