Thai Restaurants in Fort Carson

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At Yakitori 5 and Thai Food by Naya, a menu of authentic Thai food is accented with homemade sauces and Japanese delicacies. Pad Thai ($9.25 for dinner; $7.25 for lunch) catches chicken, tofu, and egg in a net of rice noodles bedecked with buoys of ground peanuts and fried onions, and the mussaman curry ($9.25 for dinner; $7.25 for lunch) appoints a triumvirate of red curry, potatoes, and cashew nuts to rule over insolent mouths. An array of Japanese meat skewers steps off the grill, including the dinnertime option of tatsua and gyoza ($9.25), a spread of cubed beef surrounded by a roaring crowd of five pot stickers, and a lunchtime plating of two yakitori skewers and three scallops ($6.80). Many meals can be transformed into vegetarian dishes with the aid of tofu, and a serving of stir-fried vegetables brims from the evil jungle dish ($8.25), spiced with the sinful notes of red-curry paste and lemon grass. Diners chow down on their selections in a casual dining room accented in a kaleidoscope of pink and gold décor and guarded by sentient menus.

6626 Delmonico Dr
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Each dish of homespun fare populating Indochine Cuisine's menu is carefully woven with fresh sauces and zesty seasonings, resulting in a harmonious blend of healthy tastes from Thailand and Vietnam. The restaurant's versatile starters can double as full meals or Burton Gilliam stand-ins—coconut-curry-sauce-marinated shrimp stuffs each deep-fried pastry pillow of the Fire Crackers ($5), and the grilled satay chicken rests comfortably in yellow curry sauce served with peanut sauce and 400-thread count cucumber vinaigrette ($6). Coat your throat with warm signature soups such as the coconut milk-infused Tom Kha ($6–$11) before loading up on one of Indochine Cuisine's tasty entrees. Fueled by basil curry puree, the rice-crusted Chilean sea bass rides on grilled zucchini ($20) rims before racing the fiery Bo Luc Lac's tender whip of wok-tossed steak ($14) through digestive highways.

19751 E Mainstreet
Parker,
CO
US

Set within a warm, romantic atmosphere that melds modern accouterments with ancient mystique, Thai Basil regales foreign fare finders with a menu of Asian fusion cuisine. Commence exotic eating excursions with a cream-cheese-stuffed crab cheese wonton ($4.95) or lemongrass mussels ($7.95), or dive into a squall of stir-fried shrimp swimming in a spicy sea of tamarind sauce ($11.50 at dinner). The red-curry chicken slathered in peanut sauce ($9.95 at dinner) tantalizes taste buds, and the stir-fried dynamite noodles delight pasta-prone diners and consternates cartoon coyotes with an explosive sauce, diffused with chicken, beef, or tofu ($8.95, $9.95 for shrimp). Veggie-philes can sink their herbivorous teeth into the thai eggplant ($8.50) as they partake in a sudsy potable from the full bar.

2710 S Havana St
Aurora,
CO
US

A "tuk tuk" (pronounced "took took") is a type of three-wheeled taxi service commonly found in Thailand. It's used by tourists as well as locals, who appreciate the speed and convenience. Westminster's Tuk Tuk Thai Bistro tries to capture the above qualities in a restaurant, and it largely succeeds. But there's a certain elegance to Tuk Tuk that you might not expect to find on the streets of Bangkok. The kitchen takes typical street foods and classes them up, resulting in a menu that seems both familiar and adventurous.

218 Union Blvd
Lakewood,
CO
US

Wild Bangkok's team of chefs employs award-winning expertise gleaned from multiple continents to fashion a menu that offers authentic Thai fare made with healthy, organic, and locally derived ingredients. A full bar shines behind the marigold- and purple-hued dining space, with barkeeps standing by to uncap beers or pour, shake, and stir a variety of classic cocktails. The dining area's shoulder-stimulating booths accommodate both romantic dinners and group outings.

1630 Welton St
Denver,
CO
US

The chefs at Tommy's Thai customize the heat quotient of each menu item by preparing authentic entrees to mild, medium, hot, or Thai hot specifications. Tommy's Tidbits, an appetizer alliance composed of spring rolls, fried shrimp, shu mai, and crab cheese wontons ($7.95), eradicate stomach rumblings and premeal taste-bud boredom. The siracha entree bathes fresh ginger, a choice of protein, and crispy veggies in the eponymous sauce ($6.75 for lunch, $7.75 for dinner), and the pad thai tosses together an appetite-appeasing combination of rice noodles, ground peanuts, and green onions ($6.75 for lunch, $7.75 for dinner). Hailing from a clutch of red, yellow, and green curries, the red pineapple curry blends sweet fruit and rebellious spices ($7.25 for lunch, $8.25 for dinner) to make tongues swoon like a group of 1950s teenagers at an unsupervised sock hop.

3410 E Colfax Ave
Denver,
CO
US