This November, warm things up with a little spice! We’ve selected a few of our favorite Thai restaurants and rounded them up to showcase some of the best spots for our members to enjoy this dynamic and flavorful cuisine.
San Diego, CA: With two prime San Diego locations; one in Hillcrest on Sixth Avenue and the other downtown on Market Street, Lotus Thai caters to a diverse crowd. Indoor waterfalls and Buddha statues add to the eye-catching, eclectic décor creating a peaceful, yet intriguing dining experience. Thai, Chinese, vegetarian and vegan menu items make Lotus Thai’s two restaurants irresistible choices for exotic neighborhood dining.
Everett, WA: Lanna Thai Restaurant is named for Northern Thailand’s Lanna Region, known as the “Kingdom of One Millon Rice Fields”. The people of Lanna have their own dialect, festivals, architecture, dances and distinctive cuisine. Lanna Thai’s traditional Thai-style cooking embodies the joy of eating fresh and flavorful, soft and crunchy, sweet and sour, spicy or mellow.
Dublin, CA: In Thailand, each meal is a celebration. Rice is an important part of the meal, served along with other colorful dishes. Bangkok 101 is known for their mouth-watering appetizers, refreshing soups and scrumptious entrees. The menu will give you a good sampling of the different types of Thai dishes. For vegetarian diners, Bangkok 101 has many delightful selections as well.
Hillsboro, OR: Thailand has a unique cuisine, mostly revered for hot and spicy foods. Jasmine Thai Cuisine artfully balances spicy, sour, sweet, salty, and bitter flavors. The dishes are distinguished by the masterful use of fresh herbs, kaffier leaves, basil leaves, galangal, garlic, kachai, lemon grass, cardamon pods, and delicious spices.
Spokane & Spokane Valley, WA: Walking into Bangkok Thai Bangkok Thai restaurant is like walking into another world, stepping right off the plane into the heart of Bangkok. The ambiance is romantic and warm, with soft Thai background music for you to enjoy while you are served a romantic dinner, served by the Thai staff