Thai Restaurants in Brunswick

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The spicy aroma of curries and noodles crafted from locally sourced, organic ingredients emanates from the three-story home that houses Thai Paradise. Chefs at the family-owned-and-operated restaurant impart special focus to its dishes cooked with fresh seafood, such as pineapple fried rice with scallops, pad thai with lobster, or yellow curry with tofu sculpted into the shape of a kraken. The hardwood-floored dining room hosts noodle-twirling guests at glossy tables, and prismatic wall art and verdant plants watch enviously from their hooks and pots.

136 Pleasant St
Brunswick,
ME
US

Born in Bangkok, Pom Boobphachati has spent her career inside Thai restaurants, picking up skills in the kitchen and gathering management expertise with each new eatery she opens. Pom currently oversees a trio of Thai restaurants in Portland, including Pom's Thai Taste. Here, an extensive menu of more than 100 items unfolds before diners' eyes, offering everything from pho, a boat noodle of braised beef short ribs, maine shrimp dishes, vegetarian dishes made with soy nugget and gluten-free sauce, create your own stir-fry dishes, spicy stir-fried bamboo to mango curry and tamarind duck.

571 Congress St.
Portland,
ME
US

Born in Bangkok, Pom Boobphachati has spent her career inside Thai restaurants, picking up skills in the kitchen and gathering management expertise with each new eatery she opens. Pom currently oversees a trio of Thai restaurants in Portland, including Pom's Thai Taste. Here, an extensive menu of more than 100 items unfolds before diners' eyes, offering everything from pho, a boat noodle of braised beef short ribs, maine shrimp dishes, vegetarian dishes made with soy nugget and gluten-free sauce, create your own stir-fry dishes, spicy stir-fried bamboo to mango curry and tamarind duck.

267 Saint John St
Portland,
ME
US

Born in Bangkok, Pom Boobphachati has spent her career inside Thai restaurants since 2000, picking up skills in the kitchen and using management expertise from her MBA in hotel and restaurant management from Johnson & Well University. Pom currently oversees a trio of Thai restaurants in Portland, including Pom's Thai Restaurant. Here, an extensive menu of more than 100 items unfolds before diners' eyes, offering everything from salads spiked with lime juice and curries simmered in coconut milk to noodle and fried rice dishes made from tofu, meat, seafood, or soy chicken. Customized stir-fry entrees come together with your choice of protein, vegetable, and sauce, including garlic, sauce, ginger sauce, or molten-basil sauce.

209 Western Ave
South Portland,
ME
US

A bachelor’s degree in international language has lent Chaba Thai Cuisine & Sushi's owner, Lawan Seelawongsayree, an advanced understanding of human communication. However, at her restaurant—which she opened in 2004 and where she perpetuates family recipes passed through generations—Lawan speaks to her customers through her cuisine: a language primal yet international and sophisticated all at the same time.

Spicy, sweet, bitter, and citrusy flavors collide in dishes that hold true to Thai tradition while playfully thumbing their noses at stodgy conventions such as chewing. Curry dishes marry sweet coconut milk with spicy red-chili paste, a combination sewn with coriander and cumin threads in the massaman version. With every guest’s meal, Lawan aspires for a dining experience rich with sanuk, a term that denotes fun and pleasure at the table without forcing guests to sculpt mashed potatoes into Bobcat Goldthwait.

700 US Route 1
Scarborough,
ME
US

The chefs at The Dancing Elephant II prepare a large menu of traditional Indian cuisine complete with vegetarian options. Delectable chunks of chicken or lamb swim in spicy curries, mingling with potatoes, spinach, or cashews. Vegetarian specialties include green peas with potatoes or chickpeas and spinach. The restaurant also offers a full bar complete with beers and cocktails.

29 Wharf St
Portland,
ME
US