Now that spinach has been deemed a performance-enhancing vegetable, Popeye's future shortstop career hinges on his transition to peanut sauce. Get a sailor's worth of energizing Thai cuisine with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of fare at Tiparos Thai Restaurant. A featured eatery on Check Please!, Tiparos has been a beloved Gold Cost establishment for 15 years. Along with classic Thai favorites such as chicken satay, spicy curries, and flavorful pad thai, Tiparos whips up chopstick-pleasing maki sushi and sashimi creations. The dedicated chefs use only the freshest ingredients and cholesterol-free cooking oil. A plethora of vegetarian options are sure to please herbivores and herbivoyeurs, and sweet thai iced coffee and bubble tea are suburb libations for caffeine and sphere enthusiasts respectively. Tiparos Thai Restaurant boasts an exquisite dining space with art-dotted exposed brick walls and elegant wooded tables. Luxurious gold curtains divide the dining space and encourage impromptu productions of The Music Man, starring the kitchen staff.
Tiparos Thai Restaurant was featured on Check, Please! and Centerstage asks, "What's not to love about Tiparos Thai?" Yelpers give Tiparos a 3.5-star average, and Citysearchers give it a near-perfect 4.5-star average:
- With Thai standards, vegetarian-friendly options and all levels of spiciness, Tiparos' menu keeps even the pickiest eaters happy. And, more importantly, everything is of utmost freshness. – Natalie Goldstein, Centerstage
- I keep going back and keep getting surprised. Dinner last night was delicious – Ermelinda C., Yelp
Tiparos Thai Cuisine and Sushi Bar
Lauded by interior designer Nate Berkus on Check, Please!, Tiparos Thai Cuisine & Sushi Bar is home to a menu of Thai noodle dishes, sushi, and pan-Asian favorites served in a cozy space. Sushi chefs prepare maki mono rolls, nigiri, and sashimi behind the long bar illuminated by a line of colorful and partially edible orb lamps. Chefs can convert many entrees into vegetarian dishes and adjust the spice level of each curry, meat, or noodle dish to please both prim and reckless tongues. Tapestries imported from Thailand brighten the eatery's exposed-brick walls, while patterned paintings grid white walls beside potted flora.
Near North Side
1540 N Clark St.
Chicago, Illinois 60610Get Directions