Thai Restaurants in Berwyn

$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Food at Siam Taste Noodles

Siam Taste Noodles

Kilbourn Park

Aromatic curry dishes and plates of rice noodles tossed with veggies and meat

$20 $10

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$6 for $12 Worth of Thai Dinner Food at Silver Spoon Thai Restaurant & Bar

Silver Spoon Thai Restaurant

Near North Side

Chefs serve up southeast Asian cuisine such as steamed dumplings, noodle dishes, ginger chicken, and thai pepper steak

$12 $6

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Thai, Japanese, and Chinese Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Baisi Thai (Half Off)

Baisi Thai

Near North Side

Stunning views of Lake Michigan accent whimsical maki creations, rich Thai curries, and stir-fry dishes

$10 $5

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pan-Asian Cuisine at Thalia Spice

Thalia Spice

Central Chicago

Funky bistro takes diners on a tour of Asia with dishes originating in India, Malaysia, Laos, Singapore, Japan, and Thailand

$20 $12

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$11 for $20 Worth of Thai Food and Drinks for Two or More at Rosded Too

Rosded Too Thai Cusine

Morton Grove

Chefs blend sweet and savory Thai flavors and customize spice levels to diners’ preferences

$20 $11

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Thai Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Jaded Thai (Up to 47% Off)

Jaded Thai

Hoffman Estates

Savory and spicy curries; chicken in housemade peanut sauce; spicy basil fried rice

$20 $12

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Thai and Pan-Asian Dinner for Two, Four, or Take-Out at Oishii Thai (Up to 40% Off)

Oishii Thai

Buffalo Grove

Eatery uses only fresh herbs, such as cilantro, lemon grass, and Thai basil for classic curries and sushi rolls that pack a punch

$20 $15

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Meals at Thipi Thai are all about indulging the senses. Its assortment of classic Thai comfort foods deftly balance sour, sweet, and salty flavors, while intensely aromatic ingredients such as curry paste and basil tickle noses. After warming starters such as traditional tom kha kai soup, diners move onto entrees of fried rice tossed with shrimp and calamari, or duck in red curry sauce. These dishes can run the gamut from mild to intensely spiced, but guests always have final say as to how much heat their taste buds can handle.

The restaurant's sensory atmosphere extends beyond the menu. Take the eye-catching dining room, for instance?its crimson walls are adorned with gilt-framed artwork, while saffron archways frame the umbrellas that dangle upside-down from the ceiling like chandeliers.

25 W Calendar Ct.
LaGrange,
IL
US

Every Friday and Saturday night, an insiders-only karaoke jam fills Dharma Garden's pastel-colored walls with music. During a recent visit by Time Out Chicago, the crowd—mostly comprised of staff members from other Thai restaurants—burst into applause as Dharma chef and owner Vilairait Junthong, AKA "Little Aunt," grabbed the mic to sing her favorite tune, Sirintra Niyakorn's "Roo Wa kao lhok," which roughly translates to "You Treat Me Wrong".

In the more than ten years since arriving in Chicago from her hometown of Prajinburi, Little Aunt has done more than just bulk up Dharma's Thai menu. Chicago Thai restaurants Sticky and Spoon Thai have called on Junthong to outfit their menus with Northern Thai specialties such as marinated beef jerky and Chinese-influenced rice soup. She's also stayed true to a no-land-animals pledge––one reason of many why Time Out Chicago has named Dharma Garden a Critics' Pick.

Beneath the dining room's spherical hanging lights, curries and stir-fried noodles stack with veggies such as baby bok choy and chinese broccoli, as well as seafood, shrimp, and imitation meats. Already boasting one of the city's largest vegetarian menus, chefs can also alter most of their other dishes to accommodate vegans and vegetarians upon request. After finishing off a deep-fried red snapper, patrons can peruse the Thai-language menu, or request a translation into other languages such as German, Latin, and Binary.

3109 W Irving Park Rd
Chicago,
IL
US

For years, the non-Thai residents of Chicago could only look wistfully upon TAC Quick's special Thai-language menu, wondering what exotic Thai dishes the intricate foreign characters could be describing. But after a devotee translated chef Andy Aroonrasameruang's menu and posted it online, diners could suddenly order non-Americanized Thai specialties that had been previously been unheard of in Chicago—like ground chicken with preserved eggs and fish maw salad. After leaving his chef position at TAC Quick to open an eatery of his own, Andy drew up a menu that lists his authentic Thai specialties in both languages. When discussing the bilingual menu with reporters from Time Out Chicago, Andy explained, "It’s all one menu now, with both Thai and English language. This is Andy. No more secrets.” Inside the dining room at Andy's Thai Kitchen, diners raise glasses of BYOB wine over plates of raw blue crab salad and savory boat noodles. Others dunk plump crab rangoon into Andy's signature shrimp paste dip, which was described by reporters from the Chicago Tribune as "one notch spicier and two notches more funktastic than your neighborhood crab rangoon purveyor." Candles flicker on tabletops, illuminating diners' faces as they gaze out the lofty windows and ponder why clouds insist on taking the shape of their overbearing mother.

946 West Wellington Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US

Lauded by interior designer Nate Berkus on Check, Please!, Tiparos Thai Cuisine & Sushi Bar is home to a menu of Thai noodle dishes, sushi, and pan-Asian favorites served in a cozy space. Sushi chefs prepare maki mono rolls, nigiri, and sashimi behind the long bar illuminated by a line of colorful and partially edible orb lamps. Chefs can convert many entrees into vegetarian dishes and adjust the spice level of each curry, meat, or noodle dish to please both prim and reckless tongues. Tapestries imported from Thailand brighten the eatery's exposed-brick walls, while patterned paintings grid white walls beside potted flora.

1540 N Clark St
Chicago,
IL
US

At Guys & Wok, cooks simmer up the sweet and spicy flavors of Thailand to make classic noodle and rice dishes. Perched at the heart of Boystown, the restaurant asserts its presence with a neon teal sign and floor-to-ceiling windows stamped with a giant ampersand. Upon entering, an analog chalkboard competes with digital flat-screen TVs to relay menu options such as mango spring rolls and red, green, yellow, and panang curries. Restaurant specialties, such as the Sunset squid with chili-lime-garlic dipping sauce accompany refreshments including traditional Thai drinks and certified-organic loose teas. Facing Halsted Street, stools sidle up to countertops, offering views of the bustling street and its boisterous bar crowds. As a WiFi-equipped eatery, the restaurant invites patrons to settle in at tables, enjoy their fares, and google their second-grade teachers.

3205 N Halsted St
Chicago,
IL
US

Fishing Cat Sushi Bar & Thai Cuisine doesn’t skimp on personal touches. Plump sushi rolls are placed across elaborate ceramic boats or formed into artistic representations of slithering dragons. Even the sauces are works of art, drizzled into intricate drawings, thank-you notes, and scanable bar codes to impress hungry cashiers. Behind a large sushi bar, chefs cut white fish and salmon for fresh sashimi, or for inclusion with spicy mayo in the restaurant’s signature maki rolls. Salmon and beef teriyaki dishes arrive at tables beside steaming noodles tossed with bell peppers and sweet chili sauce. While perusing the dining room’s modern artwork and low-hanging lights, diners are encouraged to enjoy a BYOB beverage, but are discouraged from distilling gin in the bathroom sink.

2706 W Peterson Ave
Chicago,
IL
US