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The Wild Thaiger is a culinary expedition for Thai flavors. It is a superb Thai restaurant of prominence in the city's social scene. On the menu are homemade specialties prepared from the freshest ingredients. Complement your meal with chilled beers and fine wines. The cocktails are a delight as well. While the assortment of rice and noodle are patron’s favorites, the appetizers and curries are also in great demand.
Thai E-San Restaurant specializes in the food of the scenic Northeastern part of Thailand. Diners can sample flavorful dishes like the spicy and sour tom zap soup, fresh rad nah noodles and their specialty E-San sausage made from ground pork and pork skin. Make sure you wash it all down with a glass of sweet and smoky Thai iced tea. If you're looking for an authentic taste of Southeast Asia, you can't go wrong at Thai E-San.
Just because this is possibly one of the only Thai restaurants in the area doesn't mean they've slacked on quality; Chanpen Thai Cuisine is a hidden gem serving authentic Thai dishes, and a few with some modern twists. Try drunken noodles, Panang curry and sweet basil duck before finishing your meal off with fried bananas or green tea ice cream (or both!) The simple, no frills dining room leaves no distractions from the incredible flavors and spices of the food.
The warm, simple and modern dining room at SaBai Modern Thai is the perfect setting to enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in the Valley. SaBai serves dishes from all over Thailand, so you can get a taste of all the different regions in one place. The menu includes all the favorites like Pad Thai, Satay and Tom Yum soup, but also has a number of special dishes like the special Sa Bai Sweet Curry. SaBai also has great lunch specials that come with an entree, soup or salad and rice, all for one extremely reasonable price.
This little hideaway tucked away in a strip mall off Northern Avenue features spicy Thai delicacies and homemade noodles. Try the lovely appetizers like the mee grob, a sweet and crispy dish with noodles, bean sprouts, green onion, shrimp, pork and egg. Dinner items include the wonderful Thom Kha Gai, which consists of chicken in coconut milk, lime juice and lemon grass. Leave a little room for the dessert specialty, which is usually homemade coconut ice cream!
Come to Sala Thai if you are seeking that perfect combination of flavors only Thai food can produce. The dining room is full of fun and colorful details like the fish tank full of plastic fish, and there are plenty of cozy booths throughout. The menu features 100 specialties from all over Thailand, including Nam-Sod or larb salads, hot and sour catfish soup, duck curry and Thai BBQ spareribs. Accompany your meal with a boba tea to complete your Thai cuisine experience.
For fresh and authentic Thai cuisine, you can't go wrong at Reign of Thai. The restaurant sources as many ingredients as they can locally so as to ensure the maximum freshness. The cooked-to-order food represent many different regions of Thailand and include Pa-Naeng curry, lemongrass soup and their special papaya salad prepared in one of three different ways. For a truly economical and delicious lunch option, stop in for the lunch buffet.