For a quick curry, San Antonio's s Thai Bistro is a great lunch or dinner spot. For conscientious eaters, s Thai Bistro has plenty fresh and healthy items on the menu. Find time to peruse the wine list here — s Thai Bistro offers a variety of drink options. S Thai Bistro is great for families with kids. S Thai Bistro provides seasonal outdoor seating — be sure to grab a chair before it's too late.
Don't get stuck waiting for a table — the restaurant accepts reservations. Wear what you like when you dine at s Thai Bistro — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead.
Dining at s Thai Bistro will set you back about $30 per person on average.
At Thai Bistro & Sushi, fresh ingredients, herbs, and traditional recipes combine into one delicious meal after another. Consistent in flavor but modest in appearance, the eatery has built a loyal following with dishes such as the drunken noodles?a stir-fried mix of flat rice noodles, broccoli, onions, and tomatoes?and basil fried rice. Diners can also flip the menu over to discover more than 25 classic and innovative sushi rolls such as the Texan Roll, which tops spicy salmon and avocado with crab and tempura flakes. Yet people come in for more than the food. On karaoke Fridays, visitors flock to the mic in order to belt out their favorite songs and sign autographs for their imaginary fans.
For a quick curry, San Antonio's Thai Topaz is a great lunch or dinner spot. For conscientious eaters, Thai Topaz has plenty fresh and healthy items on the menu. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Thai Topaz just as much as mom and dad. Thai Topaz can easily accommodate large groups or parties.
Reservations are available, so give the restaurant a call before you head over for the fastest seating. No need to dress up for a trip to Thai Topaz — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire. If dining out is not on the agenda, Thai Topaz offers delivery and pickup, too. Impress the patrons at your next gathering by calling in Thai Topaz for catering.
Don't spend time searching for parking — visitors are welcome to use the adjoining lot.
Prices are downright affordable at Thai Topaz, with most items well under the $15 mark. Stop by for three square meals a day — Thai Topaz serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
An extensive menu of authentic Thai cuisine bursts in a frenzy of sour, sweet, and salty flavors at Thai Thai Café. Muffle tummy rumbles with appetizers ranging from a pair of soft spring rolls stuffed with shrimp or tofu ($3.95) to a 12-pack of warm boiled shrimp ($3.95). Thai Thai's entrees ($7.95 for most) enable guests to marry meat with merry noodles and veggies. Options include pairings such as garlic pork, teriyaki chicken, and stir-fried bamboo shoots, with most dishes available with vegan equivalents thanks to tofu, soy-based sauces, and the blessing of an ordained celery stalk. To turn any gathering into a chat worth talking about, simply extend a request for a tall, refreshing, and invigorating glass of thai iced tea or iced coffee ($1.95).
The sustainable Thai cooking classes at Thai Fresh have an edge on any cooking course looking to compete: their instructor is co-owner Jam Sanitchat, who developed her skill set over countless hours spent in her grandmother’s kitchen in Thailand. The fully stocked market not only hosts classes where students learn how to cook, but supplies them with the ingredients they need to make their own Thai meals. The deli area serves up inspiration with an extensive menu featuring classic Thai dishes and samples of dishes currently being taught in Sanitchat’s classes. Sanitchat brings an extra kick to her authentic recipes with local, seasonal, and sustainable ingredients such as free-range eggs, grass-fed beef, and rice noodles shaped by local document shredders.
Thrice, the neighboring café, serves fresh-baked pastries and sandwiches made onsite daily. A schedule of singers and folk artists entertains diners as they sip coffee, wine, or give themselves suds mustaches with local beers on tap.
When Gene Kobboon arrived in the United States in 1985, he initially sought a career as a commercial artist and took odd jobs in kitchens around Austin to help pay his way through school. He quickly realized he loved his work more than his classes, and switched his focus to becoming a chef. He then opened Thai Passion, combining his love of cooking with his artistic eye.
From his artfully plated Thai dishes to his handmade carvings that deck the walls, Mr. Kobboon's ample artistic talent flourishes throughout the restaurant. Each morning, he arrives at the restaurant with a bundle of fresh orchids and adorns each table with one of the delicate blooms. Golden lighting keeps the restaurant as warm and inviting as its cuisine's spicy aromas, which waft from the kitchen until 3 a.m. catering to late-night partiers and those trying to stay awake late enough to tuck in the moon.