Thai Restaurants in East Hampton

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The Daily Press reviewed Thai Erawan Restaurant. Four Insider Pagers give it an average of four stars, and six Yelpers give the restaurant a 4.5-star average.

2900 Hampton Hwy
Yorktown,
VA
US

Thaijindesu chaperones diners on a journey through Thailand and Japan by assembling a massive menu filled with authentic, hand-rolled sushi, as well as traditional curries, noodles, and grilled fare. Discover spherical harmony in the golden dumpling, a steamed pork and shrimp dumpling accompanied by crispy garlic shavings and a light sauce ($6), or judge the battle between sweet and savory raging within Thai pineapple duck ($17). Ancient mariners and spiteful albatrosses select fresh fare, such as a spicy crunchy rainbow roll layered with delicate slices of tuna, flounder, salmon, and white tuna ($8.25), from the sushi a la carte menu. An extensive array of martinis, wines, and sake encourage diners to break bread, inhibitions, and promises to recite the alphabet backwards. Thaijindesu also features lighter fare, including soups and salads, on their well-stocked lunch menus.

2180 William Styron Sq S
Newport News,
VA
US

Before Tida Thai existed, when Boonrit Ngamsaard—known to his restaurant's many regulars as Jack—first started cooking Thai food for other people, something was missing. His dishes weren't quite reaching the standards he'd set for himself. In response, Jack didn't just order a new spice or check out a cookbook from the library—instead, he went all the way back to Thailand. Only there, Jack reasoned, could he immerse himself in the skills he wanted to absorb.

It worked. Jack returned to the states on a long noodle zip line, fired up a pan, minced some garlic, and instantly realized that his trip to Thailand had been a good idea. He then founded Tida Thai, an elegantly decorated establishment where fresh foods delight palates. Customers describe Jack as a "warm and caring individual." And they enjoy his perfectionist streak, too, citing the chef's penchant for getting feedback and tweaking spice levels to individual specifications. It's no wonder that after much imploring from his customers, Jack opened up several more locations. Regulars now pour into these eateries every day, enthusiastically seeking Jack's skillful flavor combinations and Tida Thai's tranquil atmosphere.

212 Arthur Way
Newport News,
VA
US

Although crisp tablecloths and wood-paneled walls lend Royal Thai Cuisine's dining room a formal air, an attentive waitstaff and old-style Thai recipes help to keep the atmosphere homey. As guests peruse the menu of fragrant curries, stir-fried chicken, and roasted fish, servers patiently answer questions about specific dishes' ingredients and spice levels, which can be made mild or fiery. For added visual flair, some entrees arrive in a hollowed-out half-pineapple or the arms of a cardboard cutout of Cary Grant.

805 Battlefield Blvd N
Chesapeake,
VA
US

Shades of crimson and golden lighting embrace patrons as they enter Simply Thai, where the aromas of curry and spiced stir-fry enchant the senses. Crispy duck bathes in piquant sauces, and seafood specials populate plates with shrimp, scallops, and mussels in rich pools of curry. Meat-eschewers can find solace in a lengthy list of vegetarian specials, curries, and noodle dishes.

While using forks to spear thin-sliced beef or twirl flat rice noodles, patrons can sit back into curvy, cushioned backboards and admire a mandala-esque bronze disk mounted onto a colorful wall. A Buddha motif interweaves the restaurant's décor, with golden Buddha heads watching over diners from a wall and a larger lounging statue dreaming of nirvana and its close cousin, Marshmallow Fluff.

236 Carmichael Way
Chesapeake,
VA
US

After successfull operation of Thai Pan in Leesburg VA. the manager and cooks teamed up to start operation here in Virginia Beach.

3497 Holland Rd
Virginia Beach,
VA
US