Thai Restaurants in Yale

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At Tom Yum Thai Restaurant, the eponymous soup arrives bearing a fragrant mix of coriander, lemongrass, lime leaves, and galangal roots, as well as a choice of chicken, shrimp, or tofu. Customers can adjust each bowl's spiciness, ordering soup to suit their palate's heat tolerance or to punish their tongue for licking telephone poles last winter. In addition to flavor, the soup may even have hidden health benefits. Once soups are slurped up, thai salads, noodle and rice dishes, and curries take their place, filling stomachs with stir-fried pork, pineapple chicken curry, and spicy peanut noodles.

3314 Belt Line Rd.
Garland,
TX
US

With green curries, vibrant orange shrimp, and a rainbow of veggies, Sawadika—the Thai word for “hello”—introduces eyes and mouths to the beauty and flavor of traditional Thai cuisine. Past polished wooden booths and earth-toned walls that alternate between a laddered wood pattern and a sea of pinks and creams, past paintings of sailboats and gardens, past a granite-topped bar with wine glasses dangling above, the chefs combine their spices and herbs like artists, dappling plate canvases with a menu of curries, noodle bowls, and seafood. They sauté salmon and catfish in coconut milk and curry, and they stir-fry meats in housemade sauces such as fragrant lemongrass and tangy sesame, creating balanced meals and edible portraits of their customers dressed in royal costumes. They also celebrate the sweeter side of Thai cuisine with desserts such as mango sticky rice and coconut ice cream.

220 W Campbell Rd
Richardson,
TX
US