Chefs at the brand-new Aura Thai evoke Thailand's lush tropics with a menu of modern, fragrantly spiced dishes. Inside the dramatic burgundy dining room, groups of diners dunk beef and vegetable pot stickers ($6.95) in tangy sauce or settle for layups in soy sauce. Boat noodle soup with beef or pork buoys rice noodles and chinese broccoli in savory broth ($6.95), and the fried catfish ($12.95) dons a robe of thai chili and cilantro fit for a mad king. A sweet and tangy curry sauce accented with pineapple and basil pigments white rice in the classic Aura duck curry ($9.95). At meal's end, flurries of spoons dip into the Aura Thai parfait ($5.95), with its layered blend of coconut sticky rice, ice cream, and deep-fried banana. Aura Thai's chefs are happy to convert most entrees into vegetarian-friendly dishes upon request.
Sweet and spicy aromas dance around the interior of Monora Thai Cuisine accompanied by soothing music. Tables fill with noodle soups, fried-rice dishes, and numerous styles of curries, including duck curry with infusions of pineapple and coconut. House specials, such as salmon with panang sauce and BBQ spare ribs, come with two egg rolls, two wontons, soup or salad, rice, and an extra stomach to fit everything.
Aromas of curries, sautéed vegetables, and spicy sauces permeate Krung Thep Thai Cuisine’s sunny space. Meat-packed entrees of beef curry, spicy thai fried rice, and lime-infused rib-eye steak fill tables alongside hearty vegetarian platefuls, such as stir-fried tofu and sautéed bean sprouts. Authentic Thai soups simmer with spicy herbs or succulent ground pork, and classic noodle dishes entangle chinese broccoli, baby corn, and your choice of protein, such as chicken, pork, or tofu. To wash down meals or water its epicurean bonsai tree, the eatery conjures Thai iced teas and coffees, and fresh juices made from lemongrass, coconut, and palm.
Waiters weave among columns, bearing an array of Thai dishes that match the bright oranges and greens that leap from the decor in Wild Thai Restaurant's dining room. Chefs stir tart lemon sauces and simmer duck in a coconut broth with red curry, tomato, bell pepper, and basil, the resulting crimson sauce complementing the swaying orchids on the tabletops. Glowing sconces bring to life the gilt accents on statues and paintings, which shimmer above plates of flat rice noodles. Sriracha sauce splashes a pepper-infused bite across meats marinated overnight. The burn is counteracted by thai iced coffee, which is traditionally allowed to steep tableside and mixed with sweet condensed milk or thrown into the face of somebody who thinks Home Alone 3 is the best Home Alone.
At Kah Asian Restaurant & Lounge, Chef Vit Suttichanond blends Thai, Japanese, and Chinese flavors into pan-regional cuisine that Easy Reader News has praised for its presentation and its approachable flavor combinations. Familiar Thai curries and noodle dishes fill most of the menu, although wok-fried orders of kung pao chicken and meaty fried rice lend distinctly Chinese touches as well. The sushi chefs also breathe new life into sushi-bar staples with inventive aesthetic details, such as the crimson slivers that explode from the center of the dynamite roll.
Sconce-lit walls and exposed ceiling beams surround the dining room's gleaming wooden tables. Separated by a line of high-backed booths, the lounge area's backlit bar brims with potent spirits and a collection of bottled sakes that diners can knock over in hopes of winning an enormous stuffed animal.
Rambutan's elegant eatery welcomes diners to colorful feasts of coconut-milk curry, small plates of skewered barbecue, spicy papaya salad, and fragrant lemongrass noodle soups. Like a chauffeur wearing skinny jeans, the décor is cosmopolitan hip with a refined elegance, surrounding diners at close-knit tables with soft lighting. As guests sit on luxurious, padded seating, they tweeze lacquered chopsticks around morsels of water-chestnut-stuffed steamed dumplings, or they plunge spoons into aromatic galanga seafood soup or oyster mushroom tom yum. Weekends often find revelers sipping craft cocktails in the adjacent lounge area while DJs churn out danceable beats.
Hae Ha Heng is the essence of Bangkok Life Style. The restaurant decorated in a contemporary Asian inspired style, yet we serve a top quality Authentic Thai Cuisine, using the freshest and the best ingredients. We also offer wide variety of tea, coffee, and unique Thai desserts that hard to find anywhere.