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Simply Thai is mainly what the name suggests. At this restaurant, you will be served authenticity on a platter as far as Thai cuisine is concerned. Chef proprietor Siriwan Rerksuttisiridach, a native of Bangkok, uses her expertise to create tantalizing concoctions. The bar has an alluring collection of wines and cocktails to choose from. Don't be surprised if you bump into a well-known celebrity at this completely Thai-themed restaurant. Call the restaurant for information regarding their operational hours.
A bright green door marks the entrance to Sawasdee Thai Restaurant, so that you can't miss it while strolling down the street. With their menu that full of in authentic Thai options including delectable appetizers, salads, beef, pork, seafood, vegetable and chicken entrees and a number of delicious and exotic Thai curries. The place has won many accolades and has certainly captured the heart of locals with the brilliant taste of the dishes served.
The Sala Thai restaurant combines the best of Thailand’s traditional food with a contemporary twist. This place has served the Thai royal family, and has managed to create a cult following among local Canadians. Their food is explores the different tastes from spicy and sweet to sour and bitter through their dishes. For instance, their Pad Gra Paro Talay, which is sauteed seafood with green beans, sweet basil leaves, bell peppers and spicy chilies, explores the spicy and sweet tastes and Tom Kha, which is a coconut milk soup served with lemon grass, mushrooms and a choice of prawns or chicken, focuses more on a sweet and sour taste. Food can be customized to fit the needs of vegan eaters or those who prefer gluten free food.
Setting the standard for Asian food in the city, Maenam offers authentic flavors and top-notch service. The menu covers the familiar favorites with the chef's twists and takes. The Chef's Royal Thai dinner, a popular option for groups, covers creations of the day as well as popular items, all savored and sample at an affordable price. So if looking out for the best Thai in Vancouver, try Maenam's.
A Thai take on a popular Japanese concept of Izakaya, this little Thai restaurant, Pink Elephant Thai is a popular and lively place to be at. Their 88 seats are often completely full as they have managed to pull in good crowd with their delicious and sumptuous offerings. The decor is glitzy and dazzling and a lot of pink has been incorporated in the furniture. The menu consists of delicacies like L5 Pad Pak, Thai Green Curry and Tom Kha Soup. They also have a wide variety of tapas which you can nibble on along with zippy cocktails or beer.