Thai Restaurants in Vacaville

$12 for $25 Worth of Thai Dinner for Two or More at Sawasdee Thai Cuisine

Sawasdee Thai Cuisine

Midtown

Sip on thai iced tea and coffee before digging into emerald avocado curry, thai spicy fried rice, and mango sticky rice

$25 $12

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$10 for $20 Worth of Thai Food at Tub Tim Thai Restaurant

Tub Tim Thai Restaurant

Corte Madera

Lunch and dinner menus offer classic Thai noodles, curries, and barbecue

$20 $10

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Thai Cuisine at Osha Thai Restaurant & Bar, Union Street Location (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Osha Thai Restaurant & Bar

Union St

Thai cuisine made from local ingredients, served in a casual setting with modern decor

$45 $29

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Dine-In or Take-Out at Million Thai Restaurant (Up to 33% Off)

Million Thai Restaurant

San Francisco

Noodles, curries, and rice dishes are made with tender pork and chicken alongside crisp vegetables and sauces both savory and spicy

$20 $14

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$14 for $20 Worth of Thai and Laotian Food for Two at Maneelap Srimongkoun

Maneelap Srimonkuon

Excelsior

Thai and Laotian dishes including marinated deep-fried quail, grilled prawn salad, and green curry with chicken

$20 $14

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Thai Food for Two or Four People at Dinner, for Lunch, or for Carry-Out at Banh Thai (Up to 42% Off)

Banh Thai

Central Downtown

The exhaustive menu covers all the bases, from spicy veggies to seafood curries and saucy noodle dishes

$30 $18

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$11 for $20 Worth of Thai Food at Chef Chai Thai Cuisine

Chef Chai Thai Cuisine

Fremont

Chicken satay appetizers pave the way for Thai entrees such as panang curry, drunken noodles, and deep-fried salmon topped with chili paste

$20 $11

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If you ask chef Lek Saicheur where her recipes come from, she may regale you with stories of the bustling open-air markets of Bangkok, Thailand, where vendors peddle fiery noodles and sizzling fried fish. While pursuing her master's degree at U.C. Davis, Saicheur shared these dishes with her fellow students in Thai cooking classes. Their enthusiastic response compelled her to eventually open up her own Thai restaurant—Thai Recipes.

Deep in the kitchen, Saicheur and her sister whip up a variety of traditional curries and noodle dishes. The aromas of fresh basil, spicy peppers, and garlic flood the air as the sisters simmer meats in pure canola oil or liquid hot magma. They complement their plates of pad thai, green chicken curry, and stir-fried clams with bottles of imported Thai beer and glasses of cool coconut water. Thai Recipes also purifies it's water by using a reverse osmosis system.

132 E St
Davis,
CA
US

The cooks at KetMoRee compose a symphony of curries while scoring an orchestra of appetizers for the restaurant's melodious menu. The staff delivers starter plates of the chili-crusted calamari, which hold tangles of deep-fried squid surrounded by a tarn of homemade plum-chili sauce ($9). Afterward, bite into brisk salads such as the crisp cucumber salad ($4) or the sprightly yum nua salad, which consists of onion and cilantro shrouded with sliced grilled beef tenderloin and spritzed with mild lime dressing ($8). Specialties include the gai yang, a grilled marinated half-chicken soaked in house-made sweet-and-sour sauce ($13) and the flaming broccoli, which combines beef sautéed with broccoli and jalapeño for an entrée more explosive than a summer blockbuster starring both Quaid brothers ($11). Refresh tastebuds with a chilled shot of fruit-infused vodka, available in flavors such as kiwi-mango or strawberry-pineapple ($7). KetMoRee's banquet room hosts upscale after-hours entertainment, furnishing full bar facilities, high definition TVs, and premium sound and lighting equipment.

238 G St
Davis,
CA
US

• For $8, you get $16 worth of country-style Thai dinner. • For $6, you get $12 worth of country-style Thai lunch.

129 E St
Davis,
CA
US

Ginger, saffron, and other aromatic spices mingle in Hot Basil Cafe's kitchen, where chefs create dishes inspired by Indian and Thai cuisines. The kitchen maestros prepare Thai dishes such as cashew-nut chicken and spicy catfish, filling place settings alongside tiger prawns and cream pepper chicken baked in an Indian clay oven. They round out each meal with Thai-style iced coffee and indian fruit lassis, as well as wines and ice creams.

790 Oak Grove Rd
Concord,
CA
US

Bright yellow and orange walls, with sparse decorations and the occasional Buddha statuette, enclose guests at Thai Cottage. Here, chefs continue the eatery's tradition—which is more than a decade old—of creating authentic Thai fare in a family-friendly atmosphere. The menu catalogs specialty dishes such as deep-fried spring rolls and Pad Prik King, a mix of long beans, kaffir lime, and rice in coconut milk and red curry. And a full bar allows guests to enjoy a Sam Smith IPA or a Toasted Head chardonnay sourced from an in-state vineyard. These smooth libations can be called upon after patrons try some of Thai Cottage's spiciest fare, which, as The Sacramento Bee's Blair Anthony Robertson wrote in a review of the restaurant, "…was runny nose in July hot, chug-a-lug the water hot, take out a lighter and put the flame to your tongue hot."

943 Howe Ave
Sacramento,
CA
US

Compact and maneuverable, tuk tuks—motorized rickshaws—dart through the narrow streets of Bangkok with ease, helping drivers to flit through traffic jams and around obstacles. Tuk Tuk Restaurant's chefs honor their namesake with nimble knife-work in the kitchen, where zingy spices pervade complicated Thai dishes. Seasonings such as tamarind, lemongrass, ginger, chili, and lime dapple stir-fried and curried meats and vegetables, and twirls of noodles entwine with basil and radishes. Waiters transport steaming plates to the high-ceilinged dining room, where a white-on-white image of a tuk tuk presides over tables.

4630 Natomas Blvd
Sacramento,
CA
US