Thai cuisine is intense and complicated, like the reasons your uncle is staying with us for a while. Make room for this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Thai cuisine and drinks at dinner
- $30 for $60 worth of Thai cuisine and drinks at dinner for four or more people
The menu includes wok-fried trout with japanese eggplant in green curry ($19.95); charbroiled waterfall beef with onions, fresh lime leaves, and roasted rice powder in garlic dressing ($13.95); and panang curry with chicken breast, bell peppers, coconut milk, and thai bay leaves ($13.95).
Addie's Thai House is closed for lunch on Saturday and Sunday and they open for dinner at 5 p.m.
Addie's Thai House
White tablecloths, elegant place settings, and walls hung with ornate carvings inspired the Riverfront Times to describe Addie's Thai House as "a cocoon of comfort—even elegance—hidden in a Chesterfield strip mall." It's Addie's creative cuisine, though, that won it the publication's 2011 Best Thai Restaurant award and effusive praise: "Without question, one of St. Louis' best Thai restaurants." The spot's chefs concoct top-notch renditions of classics such as pad thai and panang curry, but the house specialties are what set this destination apart. Slices of sautéed duck float in red curry with pineapple and sweet basil, and french-ribbed racks of lamb are cut into chops and bathed in savory basil sauce.
Libations are a draw, too, and not only because they instill patrons with enough courage to burst into a cappella song and dance. The bartenders mix decadent ingredients into their signature cocktails, such as the brandy alexander with Kahlúa, dark crème de cacao, brandy, and ice cream.
Got the yellow curry with chicken and spicy eggplant, both of which were very filling and satisfying.Andrew C., Yelp, 7/21/11
To say gang kua ped yang is a red curry with duck is a gross understatement. It's the best Thai curry I've eaten in St. LouisIan Froeb, Riverfront Times, 10/20/10
13441 Olive Blvd.
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017