Thai Restaurants in Daly City

Dine-In or Take-Out at Million Thai Restaurant (Up to 33% Off)

Million Thai Restaurant

San Francisco

Noodles, curries, and rice dishes are made with tender pork and chicken alongside crisp vegetables and sauces both savory and spicy

$20 $14

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$14 for $20 Worth of Thai and Laotian Food for Two at Maneelap Srimongkoun

Maneelap Srimonkuon

Excelsior

Thai and Laotian dishes including marinated deep-fried quail, grilled prawn salad, and green curry with chicken

$20 $14

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$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Food at Tub Tim Thai Restaurant

Tub Tim Thai Restaurant

Corte Madera

Lunch and dinner menus offer classic Thai noodles, curries, and barbecue

$20 $10

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$10 for $20 Worth of Indonesian Cuisine at Padi Restaurant & Catering

Padi Restaurant & Catering

San Leandro

Home-style Indonesian favorites include fishcakes, stuffed fried tofu, and curry chicken with spicy eggs

$20 $10

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Organic Thai Cuisine at Siam Orchid Organic Fine Dining (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Siam Orchid Organic Fine Dining

University South

Upscale Thai cuisine that prioritizes organic meats and vegetables, including home-grown kaffir lime leaves

$50 $25

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$14 for $20 Worth of Thai Dinner Cuisine for Two or More at Papaya Thai

Papaya Thai

Newark

Thai noodles and curries, served in a dining room decorated with Thai figurines and a pane of glass etched with a papaya tree

$20 $14

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Thai Food for Two or Four People at Dinner, for Lunch, or for Carry-Out at Banh Thai (Up to 42% Off)

Banh Thai

Central Downtown

The exhaustive menu covers all the bases, from spicy veggies to seafood curries and saucy noodle dishes

$30 $18

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Absence makes the heart grow founder, as the saying goes. And for husband and wife, Peter and Laddawan (“Mae”), that couldn’t be truer. The Thailand-born duo decided that after 20 years of working 12-hour days in restaurants in America, including their own, they needed a break. But, nearly a year after selling their restaurant and retiring, Peter and Mae found themselves itching to get back into the business. So they established Chang Puak - White Elephant Restaurant in December 2006.

At White Elephant, Peter, Mae, their children, and a niece work together to serve up the same type of food Mae learned to cook in Thailand and perfected over the years. These traditional dishes range from a yellow curry with chicken to a tom yum prawn soup with a touch of chili. This soup in particular is known for its ability to clear stuffy sinuses faster than snorting pepper.

No matter what dish patrons order, the family endeavors to treat them like royalty—after all, the restaurant was named after the sacred white elephants owned by the royal family of Thailand. Like the restaurant’s guests, these elephants are fed well and are always treated with respect.

146 Hazelwood Dr
South San Francisco,
CA
US

Travel has long helped rejuvenate the mind. Proving that point, Koh Samui & The Monkey's owner's extensive journeys have served as inspiration for a menu that plays with flavors and spices, along with the ideas of traditional and modern. Mieng kum plates a pillar of traditional Thai cuisine with spinach leaves, which act as a wrap for chicken or tofu. Concerning the aromatic pumpkin curry, the San Francisco Chronicle's restaurant critic Michael Bauer praised it in his review, writing that "the pumpkin curry, crushed scallops and fried bananas are exceptional."

The artistry in each dish extends from the recipe to the presentation. Beautiful, colorful dishes first entice the eye as they're presented on crisp white tablecloths, on which candles cast the flickering shadows that keep the dying art of hand-puppet theater alive. The drink menu shakes and stirs with similar creative flair, mixing hip, top-shelf cocktails such as the pineapple-spiked Monkey in Paris.

415 Brannan St
San Francisco,
CA
US

A menu with inventive twists on tofu, duck, and pork dishes, many infused with surprising fruit accents, aided Be My Guest Thai Bistro in snagging a nod from Best of Citysearch 2008. Skilled chefs ramp up pan-fried rice and noodles with mango, avocado, and fresh pineapple, and pans crackle happily beneath seafood such as salmon and shrimp. To send mouthwatering dispatches to distant bellies, the eatery’s online ordering database aids delivery service, and a slew of sake cocktails clink together to offer joyous rice blasts without the hassle of sneaking into a king's wedding.

951 Clement St
San Francisco,
CA
US

In Focus: Krua Thai

  • To eat: tom kha soup, red pumpkin curry, duck and seafood entrees, and drunken noodles—wok-fried flat rice noodles with thai chili, eggs, assorted vegetables, and basil leaves)
  • To drink: Beer, wine, and specialty cocktails such as the Special K shot with jinro soju, mango, and strawberry purées
  • When to come if you want free wine: Wednesday, when guests can enjoy a complimentary glass of house wine with the purchase of an entree.
  • Regulars rave about: the lunch specials, drunken noodles, and crispy pad thai

3214 16th St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Noodle Bar and Grill plies each patron with a heaping helping of noodles, bathed in zesty Asian sauces or steeped in curry sauce. Named for both its wide range of noodles and the fact that diners recline on pool noodles, Noodle Bar and Grill pairs bowls of thick egg noodles or thin vermicelli noodles with tender portions of chicken, duck, or filet mignon. The savvy servers can gift feasters with soups, salads, desserts, and sides inside the restaurant or deliver them to doorsteps in nearby neighborhoods.

629 Broadway
San Francisco,
CA
US

Infusing its menu with authentic Thai foodstuffs, TaRa Restaurant fills guests with Southeast Asian fare that satisfies stomachs and delights the eyes through artistic, colorful plating. Dream about paddling through a countryside canal while lunching on fried egg rolls with shredded veggies, shiitake, taro, and silver noodles with sweet-and-sour sauce ($6), followed by a plate of dancing beans, which combines sautéed green beans, bell peppers, and Kaffir lime leaves with rice, rhythm, and a spicy chili paste ($10). For dinner, guay tiew ped yang—a soup of noodles and roasted duck slices ($10)—beats colds better than its wimpy chicken soup cousin, and the peanutty panang curry ($12) gives patrons the power to turn peanuts into peanut butter with a single super-strength squeeze. The pad ma kuer bedecks sautéed eggplant and your choice of meat with bell peppers, basil, Thai chili, and sweet soy sauce ($12). Substitute shrimp or seafood for other meat in most entrees for an additional $3.

123 2nd St
San Francisco,
CA
US