Thai food is known for its rich, nutty flavor and sometimes spicy kick. Whether you’re craving traditional Thai, Thai for delivery, or you’re looking for a vegan or gluten-free option, there’s some of the best Thai food and restaurant nearby. Check out these Thai food deals now.
"Really pleasant little restaurant. Very quiet on a Sunday night, but we went during the Oscars. Nevertheless, our service was very good, and the menu provided many choices of yummy sounding dishes. Super delicious and lots of food, so we brought home some left-overs! And there's a free parking garage just around the corner! We will happily go again!."-Wendy W.
"Excellent food and service as a vocalist with a beautiful voice sang favorites. Everyone in our party of 4 enjoyed their dinner. I highly recommend the poke bowl. Others had duck and Pad Thai. Plenty of parking is available.."-Caroline M.
"This was a lovely surprise, the food was excellent. For those who can’t handle spicy, make sure they know or you will have a delicious but smoking hot! I would happily go again and recommend it.."-Alice S.
"Great place. Great decor. Its a little over priced but we'll worth it. It's BYOB but you can only take wine beer or sake. I will tell you that I HATE orange chicken but for some reason the orange chicken here is AMAZING! I also recommend the wings. They come in 2 styles. So good!."-Dee B.
"The gratuity and tax confused me and my loved one. The drunken noodles were so good. It’s not on the menu, highly recommend it. As well as the coconut shrimp and lychee sangria."-Mathanika K.
"I have been twice, once dining in and one takeout order and loved each meal. I had the mango curry one day, the pumpkin curry and some pad Thai another. The prices were extremely reasonable and the quality of food was amazing. The Groupon was a stellar deal, never would have gone or heard about it otherwise. Little hidden gem in SoMa. I will definitely eat there again.."-Rebecca H.
"Fried rice is good pad thai is delicious but the table is to small, fried calamary is crunchy but soft shell crab with crunchy basil is to oily, would be nice if they made it crunchy too."-Johan S.
Don’t be intimidated by pronunciation the next time you get Thai food. Often, the menus list the phonetic pronunciation so you know exactly how to say it. Even if they don’t, easy to read numbers accompany popular menu items to help you order just what you want.
Go beyond Pad Thai and try the Suea rong hai, which translates to Crying Tiger. This dish features a grilled steak that arrives with a spicy sauce that’s so hot, you’ll come to realize that the crying tiger is actually you. Cool down with the accompanying side dishes and some sweet Thai tea.