Thai Restaurants in Buffalo Grove

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Every bite at Oishii Thai is essentially a flavor-explosion. With vivid ingredients such as of fresh cilantro or mint, ginger and garlic, chili peppers and other herbs and spices, it?s no wonder. Standard Thai favorites such as panang curry and Pad Thai can be found here, along with sushi, teriyaki specials, and plenty of vegetarian options. The casual, welcoming dining area features original artwork from the artists of Silphakorn?a famous art academy in Thailand?along with granite tabletops and sunny yellow walls.

1113 Weiland Rd.
Buffalo Grove,
IL
US

The flavors of Japan and Thailand merge at Fuji Thai, where chefs create traditional and contemporary takes on both culinary traditions. Thai curry, noodles, and spicy Bangkok chicken share menu space with 40+ signature and sushi maki rolls, such as crunchy spicy tuna and the Chicago Bear—which tops crab meat, wasabi mayo, and cucumber with seared salmon and BBQ eel.

1000 Weiland Rd
Buffalo Grove,
IL
US

Tasty Thai’s chefs have been keeping the citizens of Vernon Hills stuffed with Thailand’s spicy, basil-speckled food for more than 15 years. During that time, they have served countless orders of homemade egg rolls, color-coded curries, and Thailand’s beloved stir-fry dish, pad thai. To complete meals, the eatery’s entrees can be bookended with a bowl of hot-and-sour tom yum soup and a plate of Thai custard made with a blend of eggs and coconut milk.

276 Hawthorn Vlg
Vernon Hills,
IL
US

In their Cheap Eats section, the Chicago Tribune complimented Siri Thai II’s red and gold décor and took note of some of the more exotic items on the menu, such as the steamed escargot, mussels stir-fried with sweet basil leaves, and sizzling duck à la Siri. Owners Pam and Rath Lanpouthakoun draw upon their Thai and Laotian heritages as they serve up theses adventurous dishes alongside MSG-free classics including pad thai, curries, and fried rice.

40 W Palatine Rd
Palatine,
IL
US

Karma's interior flawlessly blends ultra-modern designs with traditional Zen-like fixtures, creating a peaceful atmosphere that compliments its fusion menu of pan-Asian favorites. Begin the gastro journey eastward with shiitake-mushroom potstickers ($9) or black-salt and Szechwan-pepper calamari served with garlic-lime aioli ($8). Other stomach stretchers before the main game include the stir-fried Thai-basil noodles mixed in a spicy lime peanut sauce ($5) and the jumbo Thai vegetarian spring roll ($11), which is rolled up with carrots, napa cabbage, marinated tofu, and sweet chili sauce. Karma's entrees—such as the Asian BBQ salmon ($19), orange-peel tempura chicken ($16), and yellow mango vegetable curry ($15)—gather symphonies of savory spice alongside elegantly simple flavor profiles to accommodate a range of visiting palates.

510 E Il Route 83
Mundelein,
IL
US

Chefs imbue Zakuro Thai Sushi Cuisine's intimate dining room with the aromas of traditional Thai noodle dishes, fried rice, and seven types of curry. For dinner, they craft specialties such as deep-fried soft-shell crab with basil sauce, served with vegetables and a choice of white, brown, or fried rice. At the sushi counter, chefs hand-roll maki including the Hollywood, layering spicy tuna and shrimp tempura inside kelp or soybean paper and topping the bundle with fried onions and seared Cajun albacore. The softly lit restaurant boasts wood floors, Asian figurines, and tall, twig-like accents that are lit from beneath, casting spindly shapes on the walls like two saplings making shadow puppets.

568 E Algonquin Rd
Des Plaines,
IL
US