Bangkok Sala Cafe is a family owned and operated Thai restaurant located in Farmington Hills, Michigan. We have been serving our wonderful community authentic Thai cuisine since 2000. We would like to personally thank all of our loyal customers who have made us their #1 choice for Thai cuisine throughout the years, especi
Thai Basil Restaurant’s minimalist black-and-white decor serves as a stark contrast to the colorful, heaping portions of Thai and Vietnamese fare placed on its white-lace-covered tabletops. An abundant helping of basil teriyaki chicken surrounded by bright-green peas and broccoli hides the white rice underneath, just as a hollowed-out book hides a smaller, more valuable book. Servings of pineapple fried rice and stir-fried ginger tofu pop more than a Warhol print with accents of bright-red bell peppers and yellow pineapple. And the menu itself—packed with more than 95 noodle, curry, and seafood dishes—competes with the individual dishes for the title of most immense. Along with weekday lunch specials, carryout and delivery options are also available.
Classic Thai dishes—from pad thai and curries to noodle soups and fried rice—entice those who enter Thai Town. The menu is split into clearly defined categories, allowing patrons to easily scan a bevy of noodle, seafood, soup, seafood, and vegetarian selections. For example, the restaurant prepares 18 seafood specialties and 19 entrees geared to vegetarians, often making it necessary to select a dish by employing a Ouija board.
Siam Cuisine's menu fuses fresh ingredients with the piquant spices of Thai taste traditions. A starter of chicken satay is marinated before being dressed in peanut sauce, paired with cucumber salad, outfitted in a dapper bow tie, and zip lining to tables ($9.95). Som tum salad refreshes palates with green papaya, tomato, and a spicy lime sauce ($9.95), and the pad thai interweaves its rice noodles with crushed peanut, egg, and a choice of chicken or shrimp ($11.95–$14.95). The extensive vegetable lovers menu yields garden fresh delicacies such as a kang ped coconut curry, which swims with chicken, pork, beef, or seafood, and eggplant and mushrooms ($13.95–$16.95). Siam Cuisine's meals never depend on MSG, and each carefully balances spices and chilies to enhance character without masking the dish's underlying ingredients or unpopular film cameos.
At Chiang Mai Ultimate Thai Restaurant, it's all about finessing four fundamental flavors: hot, sour, sweet, and salty. When in balance, these elements forge the cooking styles common to Thailand and Southeast Asia––and to Chiang Mai Ultimate Thai Restaurant. The restaurant has recently revamped its lengthy menu, which is populated with a slew of curry, fried rice, and seafood dishes. Long, faux-marble tabletops on wooden legs bare steaming housemade soups, as well as morsels of fresh lamb, duck, and scallops over stir-fried noodles. After sopping up the last of a traditional curry entree, patrons can recline in a cozy velvet booth to enjoy homemade banana dumplings or build a log cabin out of chopsticks to avoid ever having to leave.