The Best Thai Food Restaurants To Get Your Fix
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The Best Thai Food Restaurants To Get Your Fix

Cuisine , Thailand
Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Apr 23, 2021

Great Thai food is not hard to find, you just have to know where to look. Did you know in the last decade new Thai restaurants have doubled, beating out the number of Mexican restaurants already in business in the U.S.

While the food here in the states isn’t going to mirror the experience you have in Thailand, it sure comes close. Here’s an ode to Thai food and the restaurants that come pretty close to making you feel like you are in Thailand.

1. Night & Market Song - Los Angeles

 

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his West Hollywood restaurant is a favorite among Thai food lovers. Their menu is full of authentic Northern Thai recipes with an LA flare.

Order Recommendation: The crab fried rice.

2. NaiYaRa — Miami Beach

NaiYaRa is Miami Beach’s best kept secret. The Thai street food and sushi is served in a modern replica of a classic Bangkok restaurant.

Order Recommdation: Try the famous Pad Thai.

3. Somtum Der — New York City

 

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If you’re looking for an American version of Thai food, you are in the wrong place. Somtum Der packs heat in every dish, and only true Thai food lovers can handle it.

Order Recommendation: Try the deep-fried chicken thighs and pair with the homemade hot sauce

4. Ayada- Queens

In the middle of Queens’ Thai community, is Ayada. With spicy curries, Thai noodles and other traditional dishes, we see why there’s a line wrapped around the neighborhood.

Order Recommendation: You must try the pineapple fried rice.

5. Little Serow - Washington D.C

No substitutions, no phones or cameras, and definitely no reservations. Little Serow serves up family-style Thai meals that switch up weekly. The menu changes mean there’s always something new to try.