Thai Restaurants in Philadelphia

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Erawan Thai Cuisine's dishes nourish bellies and eyes with a visually stunning blend of fresh veggies, vibrant sauces, and tender meats. Morsels of chicken pork, fish, and shrimp mingle with piquant chili and ginger, and 11 meatless entrees appease vegetarian palates with seasoned tofu and veggie blends. Thanks to the restaurant's liberal BYOB policy, guests can pair zesty papaya salads or mango-sauced duck meat with their favorite beverage, free from the oppressive limitations of corkage fees or taxes levied by King George. Customers can also work hand-in-hand with chefs to fashion catering packages for any occasion.

925 Arch St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

While scanning the pages of Nooddi Thai Chef's eclectic and lengthy menu amid the eatery's oceanic murals, eyes are forced to stop at words that stand out against the traditional "dumpling," "curry," and "satay." The kitchen staff's specialties cause these double takes on a daily basis, as they introduce eccentric proteins such as wild boar in a garlic red curry sauce or saut?ed alligator in an aromatic herb sauce. In addition to their Thai classics, the cooks assemble flavors from across Asia, including those in Vietnamese pho, Japanese yakisoba, and Indonesian mee goreng.

2028 Chestnut St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Thai 2 Go’s chefs draw on traditional and modern influences to concoct their own recipes for noodle dishes, curries, and sizzling stir-fries. Aromatic basil leaves, spicy chilis, and coconut milk season dishes such as pad thai and panang curry. No matter what you order, expect leftovers—even sturdy chopsticks begin to resemble toothpicks when considered beside the huge, family-size portions.

355 Lyceum Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Vases of bamboo decorate each table at Tamarind, and the dishes are as simple and natural as the greenery. Free of MSG and low in fat, they range from Isan-style strip steak and sticky rice to angry salmon, a filet of fresh salmon in pepper sauce.

117 South St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

At Thai Singha House To Go, there’s a small counter for those who prefer to eat in—but customers mostly place carryout orders for drunken noodles and pad thai. The team also ladles out heaping portions of crispy greenbeans in coconut curry.

106 S 20th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Presentation is important at Trio, whether you’re talking about the restaurant itself (which resides in a converted row home) or the food. Drunken noodles and lemongrass meatballs are delicately garnished with sprigs of basil, while the pineapple fried rice arrives on a crisp lettuce leaf.

2624 Brown St
Philadelphia,
PA
US