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Thai food is abundant in Houston, but seldom does it offer the planned simplicity as it does at Khun Kay Thai Cafe in Montrose. The bright red and yellow building is easy to spot, family-owned and known for its lunch specials. Start with a bowl of the coconut Tom Kha Soup, a true taste of Thailand. Then reward your taste buds with their Red Curry Chicken. The thick and spicy sauce beautifully blankets the juicy chunks of chicken, crisp cabbage, soft carrots, and just barely firm green beans and broccoli. Vegetarians will be quite pleased as well. -Adam Rosen
Thai restaurants in Houston are dime a dozen, but if you want to taste authentic Thai food, Thai Gourmet is the real deal. This cozy spot is embellished in deep earthy tones that render a down-to-earth and a homey vibe and the food is cooked and served lovingly by a couple, Kru Pong and Toon. Thai Gourmet does not amount for much when it comes to ambiance and decor but its delicious food has held its own for several years now with popular options like Thai Fried Rice, Green Basil Chicken Curry, and Pad Thai which. Some of the other options that are an absolute must-try are Fried Golden Bangs, Chicken Curry Puff, and Beef Noodles. The blend of spices and rich texture and flavor of the food will make you think about it wistfully till you eat it again.
Mango Tree Thai Bistro is an authentic eatery which is frequently ranked among the best Thai restaurants in the city. A quaint and cozy spot, although the interiors of Mango Tree Thai Bistro are uncomplicated and modest, its food is anything but. Try out some of their delicious and authentic dishes like Chicken Sate on a stick, Panang Curry and all-time favorites like Pineapple Fried Rice and Pad Thai. End your meal on a sweet note with their delectable and savory Sweet Rice with Thai Custard and Coconut Milk Ice cream.