Thai Restaurants in Pearland

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Begin your culinary journey with an order of spring rolls or cheese rolls, stuffed with raisin-studded rice paper and deep-fried (both $4.25). Classic dishes done well appease traditionalists, including spicy Tom Yum soup ($4.25–$5.25), pad Thai ($8.95), pad see eiw ($8.95), and five kinds of curry ($8.95–$9.95). Build a balanced meal with the entree and rice dishes including garlic and pepper lover ($8.95) with stir-fried meat tossed in black pepper sauce over cabbage. Diners can also pick from grilled selections ($10.95–$12.95), served with shrimp fried rice and steamed veggies. Cool off a spice-saturated palate with a sweet scoop of coconut ice cream ($3.50) for dessert. Expect friendly service, carefully curated curry, and a cozy ambiance at any of the eight outposts. Like the recipe for Play-Doh, Thai Cottage adheres to simple, timeless standards.

2810 Business Center Dr
Pearland,
TX
US

Thai Seafood

When it comes to presentation, the chefs at Thai Seafood like to get creative. It's not unusual to find creamy scallop curries served alongside heart-shaped mounds of rice, or sweet mango sticky rice decorated with delicate petals of apples. The chefs also surround nutty cashew chicken with colorful sprinkles of herbs, and top coconut ice cream with fluffy clouds of whipped cream. The only thing that impresses as much as the comprehensive menu of Thai dishes––which includes tangy yellow, red, and green curries, noodles, and fried rice––is the elegant dining room, where white linens drape over burgundy tablecloths and wine glasses play classical music when clinked.

17926 Highway 3
Webster,
TX
US

The Bangkok Chef kitchen is a treasure trove of fresh, exotic ingredients—from juicy mangos to crisp kaffir leaves to fiery chilies. Chefs fold the ingredients into a comprehensive array of traditional Thai specialties, including curries, noodle dishes, and stir-fries. Inside the bustling kitchen, you'll find them flying around stirring tender duck and pineapple into a red curry and peeking into pots of bubbling tom yum soup, ensuring each dish is spiced to perfection. Servers carry dishes out into the bright dining room, where soft lights illuminate intimate tabletops and comfy booths, and expert bartenders blend up lychee martinis and minty mojitos. The restaurant sometimes closes briefly after the lunch rush before reopening in the evening, allowing chefs time to assemble fresh ingredients for dinner or attend rehearsals for the kitchen's upcoming production of Oklahoma!.

914 Main St
Houston,
TX
US

The chefs at Anothai Cuisine and Nara Thai Dining grind their own fresh herbs and spices to awaken patrons' tongues with each bite of their Thai dishes. Pungent curry coats seafood, chicken, and noodles, and on the other end of savory-to-sweet spectrum, mango imbues shrimp with flavor that evokes the tropical drinks of which ice fishermen's dreams are made. Artfully arranged garnishes complement colorful dishes to excite the eyes, which can scan the bright red and white accents between bites.

11049 Fm 1960 Rd W
Houston,
TX
US

Recently voted Best Thai Restaurant by the Houston Press, Ginger Thai Cuisine invites enterprising appetites on a culinary expedition through Thailand's fragrant, spiced culinary realms. Pair games of footsie with appetizers such as the steamed-rice dumplings, plumped up with pork and mushrooms ($5), then sojourn on to curry entrees such as the green curry ($12–$14), enlivening lagging tongues with a rich blend of coconut milk, eggplant, green beans, jalapeños, and a choice of chicken, beef, pork, tofu, or shrimp. Bellies that remain faithfully silent during games of library hide-and-seek can be rewarded with chef specialties such as the soft-shell crab in a spicy basil sauce ($18) or the stir-fried ginger duck, guarded by a fresh-vegetable phalanx ($15). Those pining for more orb-like fare can pick and choose a bounty of furled fish from Ginger Thai Cuisine's exhaustive sushi menu.

303 Grasshopper Ln
Houston,
TX
US

The chefs at Thai Jasmine begin their workday well before lunchtime, assembling the flavorful basil, crisp baby bok choy, and tangy fruits they will need for the day's dishes. They fold the fresh produce, meats, and spices into the authentic Thai specialties lauded by reporters from the Houston Press as "some of the honestly best Thai food in town". The chefs simmer up red, green, and yellow curries with coconut and bamboo shoots, and grill chicken, pork, and beef in a tangy Thai barbeque marinade. And, for dessert, they serve scoops of ice cream with fried bananas and sticky rice. But there is one thing they don't handle: drinks. Luckily, the BYOB eatery welcomes guests to bring beverages purchased at an outside store or squeezed from a roadside cactus.

10900 Kingspoint Rd
Houston,
TX
US