Thai Restaurants in Massena


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  • Tiny Thai Restaurant
    For a quick curry, Winooski's Tiny Thai Restaurant is a great lunch or dinner spot. Gather up your friends and head to Tiny Thai Restaurant for a vegan lunch or dinner. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Tiny Thai Restaurant just as much as mom and dad. Reservations are not accepted at Tiny Thai Restaurant, so you may encounter a crowd during rush hours. Casual dining at its best, Tiny Thai Restaurant customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. null Chow down at Tiny Thai Restaurant without blowing your budget — meals here usually cost less than $15. Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Tiny Thai Restaurant since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    24 Main St
    Winooski, VT US
  • Santé Restaurant
    Inside Sant? Restaurant, the piquant scents of globally inspired cuisine mingle amidst the work of local artists, whose pieces fill the dining room's walls. This eatery and gallery is the brainchild of owner Donna Holtom, who believes that "beautiful art serves to heighten the dining experience," as she told Ottawa at Home magazine in 2009. Diners also get a better sense of this while dining among majestic and historic views of Ottawa and the four diamond vistas at the corner of Sussex Drive and Rideau Street. Inside the kitchen, Chef David De Bernardi demonstrates his own artistic skills. David?s unique style of presenting food has earned him much acclaim as he perfected his craft in some of the finest kitchens, including CAA Five Diamond Langdon Hall, Stagiare/Montelimar, France, Reds of Toronto, and Toca at the Ritz Carlton. His seamless integration of European and Asian ingredients has effectively elevated Sante?s traditional signature cuisine alongside David?s visionary dishes to appeal to all palates. Using a palette of free-range chicken, organic salmon, and locally sourced produce, Chef David paints plates with aromatic curries and ginger-spiked stir-fries. To accompany these fragrantly seasoned dishes, Sant? Restaurant stocks its subterranean vault with a selection of Canadian and international wines. The elegant, intimate space and inventive cuisine earned the eatery Diners' Choice awards from OpenTable for Best Ambiance, Romantic, and Fit for Foodie.
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    45 Rideau Street
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Izakaya
    In Japan, many people end their workday with a stop at an izakaya, a bar where the happy-hour crowd can grab a stool and order some sake and perhaps even a steaming bowl of ramen. In that spirit, Izakaya has developed strong cocktail and food menus, each of which is rooted in Japanese preparations but integrates international flavors as well. For instance, the cocktail list has 10 kinds of sake and cocktails such as lychee mojitos, but also includes sangria and several varietals of wine. The food menu is mostly small plates, with hot servings of miso soup and tempura prawns or cold plates of oysters and sashimi. And despite its inspirations, Izakaya invites guests to linger beyond just an after-work drink?they often host special events such as sushi-making lessons, sake pairings, and sommelier-led wine tastings.
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    339 Elgin St.
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Wei's Noodle House
    Chinatown's Wei's Noodle House serves up a broad spectrum of Asian noodle dishes that ranges from traditional pad Thai to vegan and gluten-free entrees. Chefs simmer noodle soups with rare beef and toss noodle stir-fries with soya or spicy Malaysian sauce. There's also a savory peanut satay soup that's well-suited for fall weather, according to one Ottawa Citizen writer. Try your meal paired with an imported beer or bubble tea.
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    726 Somerset St. W
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Thai Express
    Thai Express fuses the familiar flavours of Thailand's eateries with the convenience of the New World's quick-service restaurants, presenting patrons with a vibrant dining alternative. The cooks add personalized amounts of spice to most of the entrees, complementing the aromatic combinations of lemongrass, coriander, and thai basil without overwhelming them. These ingredients, among others, can lend their distinctive flavours to everything from tom yum soup and stir-fries to pad thai and red, green, or yellow curries.
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    50 Rideau St
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Openrice Asian Fusion & Lounge
    Elegant black-and-white furnishings and a sleek martini bar catch the eye of visitors to Openrice Asian Fusion & Lounge, but it's the food that steals the show. Classic dishes from the culinary traditions of Vietnam, Korea, China, and Thailand fill the robust menu, including notables such as pad thai, beef or chicken pho, and red-curry shrimp. Thai-style mussels by the pound are seasoned with lemongrass, scallions, and fragrant basil, and varieties of steamed and fried dumplings pass by tables during dim sum service.
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    1755 Saint Laurent Boulevard
    Ottawa, ON CA
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