Four steamed buns and a sauce with hints of sweet plum and hoisin accompany the duck, a house special at Lee’s Asian Restaurant. All of the restaurant’s dishes are cooked in 100% pure vegetable oil, and even the meat-based entrees can be tweaked to accommodate vegetarians upon request.
Twice-baked almond croissants, macaroons, and other seasonally inspired pastries may be the most popular creations at Bakery Nouveau, but its skilled bakers craft everything with care. That includes chocolates, breads, sandwiches, and the 10 cakes they donate to charity bake sales or auctions each month.
The Thaitan in Seattle offers flavorful eats and tasty desserts.
Bring the whole clan to The Thaitan — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here.
Wifi is on the house at The Thaitan, so bring along your tablet or laptop.
Come order a flavorful feast at The Thaitan, and sit outside if it's nice!
Takeout and delivery are also available, so you can just do you.
Ample parking is located near The Thaitan.
If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant.
Buddha Ruksa proves that flexibility is a virtue when it comes to cooking. Wonton pad thai swaps traditional rice noodles for stuffed wontons, resulting in a meatier stir-fry. The deep reds of the dining room match the simmering heat prevalent in many of the kitchen’s dishes.
By the Numbers: Pailin Thai Cuisine
1992—the year Pailin Thai opened its doors
7 kinds of curry
5 levels of spice, from mild to extremely hot
2 options for the signature Thai jerky (pork and beef)
2 scoops of coconut or vanilla ice cream served on a platter of fried bananas
11 wine varietals
6—the number of countries they import their beer from, including Thailand, Japan, and Belgium
3 locally brewed beers
1 exotic fish tank
The sounds of gently lapping waves and the fresh scents of sea breeze follow visitors as they head up the wooden steps that lead to Thailanding On Alki. Within the beachside restaurant, diners enjoy robustly flavored, yet balanced dishes, from garlicky Thai-style chicken wings served with sweet-and-sour sauce to sir-fried glass noodles tangled up with crisp veggies. Patrons may also snag seats on the balcony overlooking Alki beach, sipping from a Singha beer or a young coconut while watching seagulls practice their aerial tricks. Seafood dishes help diners to further appreciate the water’s depths, and a rainbow of curries enchants palates with accents of coconut milk, roasted duck, or pumpkin.